Today's threads (a thread).

Inside: Trump's electoral equilibrium; Trump billed the White House $3 per glass of water; Trustbusting Google; Podcasting part 21 of Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town; and more!

Archived at: pluralistic.net/2020/11/02/unb

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Podcasting part 21 of Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town: "A glorious book unlike any book you’ve ever read."

mamot.fr/@pluralistic/10514162

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The Master Switch: Tim “Net Neutrality” Wu explains what’s at stake in the battle for net freedom memex.craphound.com/2010/11/01

America’s a rigged carnival game that rips off the poor to fatten the rich robertreich.org/post/132363519

As America’s middle class collapses, no one is buying stuff anymore businessinsider.com/the-disapp

Chrome won’t trust Symantec-backed SSL as of Jun 1 unless they account for bogus certs security.googleblog.com/2015/1

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Toronto approves Google’s surveillance city, despite leaks revealing Orwellian plans cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/sid

Report from a massive Chinese surveillance tech expo, where junk-science “emotion recognition” rules twitter.com/suelinwong/status/

My review of Sandworm: an essential guide to the new, reckless world of “cyberwarfare” latimes.com/entertainment-arts

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My latest novel is Attack Surface, a sequel to my bestselling Little Brother books. @washingtonpost called it "a political cyberthriller, vigorous, bold and savvy about the limits of revolution and resistance."

Get signed books from @darkdel: darkdel.com/store/p1840/Availa

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I have a (free) new book out! "How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism" is an anti-monopolist critique of Big Tech that connects the rise of conspiratorial thinking to the rise of tech monopolies and proposes a way to deal with both:

onezero.medium.com/how-to-dest

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My ebooks and audiobooks (from @torbooks, @HoZ_Books, @mcsweeneys, and others) are for sale all over the net, but I sell 'em too, and when you buy 'em from me, I earn twice as much and you get books with no DRM and no license "agreements."

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Upcoming appearances:

* How to Fix the Internet/Reboot 2020, Nov 9, rebootconference.org/day-two

* Cyberterrorists, Post-Apocalyptic Landscapes, and Were-Pomeranians/Texas Book Festival, Nov 12, texasbookfestival.org/events/c

* Let's Talk About Influence/Designthinkers, Nov 16, designthinkers.com/week-2/stra

* Shaping the Digital Future Summit/Kaspersky, Nov 17, details TBD

* Misinformation and Disinformation in Science Fiction and Fantasy/LITA, Nov 17, details TBD

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My first picture book is out! It's called Poesy the Monster Slayer and it's an epic tale of bedtime-refusal, toy-hacking and monster-hunting, illustrated by Matt Rockefeller. It's the monster book I dreamt of reading to my own daughter.

pluralistic.net/2020/07/14/poe

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