Weekly Wrap 619: Hacking, surveillance, and the start of a six-week election campaign

The election has been called, Cheers!

Monday 4 to Sunday 10 April 2022 was another productive week. A good podcast. A good written article. And, despite a long day out in Sydney on Saturday, some new projects are in the offing. Even La Niña couldn’t bring down my mood. And then the election campaign kicked off.

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The 9pm Double-Length Rights and Freedoms Philosophical Dreamscape with Justin Warren

Justin Warren in a self-referential t-shirt (Photo: Kyle Taylor/ABC News)

In the first episode of the Edict’s Spring Series 2021, we meet Justin Warren, “consultant, freedom of information tragic, hexagon enthusiast, and creator of the CyberRating™ labelling scheme”.

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Weekly Wrap 590: More nostalgia in the Quarantimes, plus some deep geekery in words

Thanon Intrawarowot, Chiang Mai

As the Quarantimes continue, it feels like I flip between thinking everything’s mostly fine and a combination of nostalgia and despair. There was certainly nostalgia, especially for my trip to Thailand two years ago, but my week of Monday 13 to Sunday 19 September 2021 was also surprisingly productive.

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