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THE RULE OF FATUOUS NONSENSE IN ‘OFFICIAL’ REPORTAGE
https://www.benton.org/headlines/npr-gives-false-equivalence-critics-court-ruling-upholding-fcc-net-neutrality-rules – From the longstanding aggregators at Benton.org, a portal to multiple assessments of a feature story on National Public Radio that reported as equally valid positions the unified support for Net Neutrality among grassroots media activists and their Federal Communications Commission allies and the decidedly scattered, and far from unanimous, rejection of Net Neutrality as undermining innovation, a point of view that did not in any way characterize a consistent, let alone a unanimous, position among monopoly media platforms, publishers, and so forth.
This Day in History
Today is the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought; in the relatively youthful days of thirteenth century Paris seven hundred seventy-two years ago, authorities in the French capital followed the directives of bigoted prelates and incinerated two dozen carriage loads of hand-written Jewish and Talmudic manuscripts; MORE HERE
A Thought for the Day
The definite roots of writing in spoken sounds likely mirror the probable origins of language in musical expression, a way of pondering the adaptive evolution of the Babel of tongues on Earth that removes linguistic examination from reified protocols and presents students and scholars and anyone else who finds human communication and survival interesting topics with a potent, material ‘creation-story’ for this powerful perquisite of Homo Sapiens existence.
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SURVEILLANCE, POLICE STATE BLUES, A CHAMP’S & OTHER RESISTANCE
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