Friday, October 29, 2004

Bev Harris of Black Box Voting will be our guest tomorrow. With very few days left before the election, we'll find out where things stand with regards to the varied and many issues surrounding electronic voting this year.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

If you're in NYC over the next couple of weeks, check out the Voting Machine Project happening at the Parsons Gallery through Nov. 15. Very cool ideas, and I bet they're more reliable than many of the real machine which will be used on Nov. 2.
It seems the official GW Bush web site is attempting to block all all non-US traffic. This, of course, includes Americans who are living or working overseas. It apparently does not include those who acess the 'net via the .mil domain, so all our soldiers will still have access to the President's campaign propaganda.
Following up on public statements by Michael Moore regarding sharing his film, Marc Perkel is making Fahrenheit 9/11 available for download. It's a rather huge (650 meg) file, and it's unclear how long it will be available, so if you're interested you should take a look at Mark's site asap.

Saturday, October 02, 2004

Joe's a go! Joe Trippi will be our guest this morning, beginning in about 2 1/2 hours. You can listen live via the KPFK web site, or later via the Digital Village Audio Archives, where the program should be available beginning tomorrow night.

I look forward to hearing Joe's insights about this political season and the role technology has played in it. Be sure to listen.