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IGNORANCE is a great Asset: from Uncle Sam to ‘Sam Uncle’ as Cheerleader

In Conversation with Sam Pitroda – one of these ‘London at its best’ events: great venue: NESTA superb speaker: Sam Pitroda with not only excellent messages, but also the ability to touch me deeply, by speaking of Gandhi and sacrifice, … Continue reading

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OPEN Rights Conference: the Right to Know and Secrecy as the Cloak of ‘reality distortion fields’

Yesterday I turned from supporter of the Open Rights Group into an admirer, by attending ORGCon 2013 – their 3rd annual conference – with a most admirable programme of workshops and exquisitely well chosen keynote speakers: Tim Wu – author … Continue reading

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