Jennie Rose Halperin talks to Marisa Anderson about finding musical history in public domain songs.
This week’s Free Thing from Naviar Records combines Japanese poetry and music into an intriguing combination of electronic sounds.
This week’s free thing is a little different from the folks at Pixabay.
Why should businesses use open source? One Star contributor’s answer.
When enemies of the GPL (GNU) like Microsoft and VMware — not just GNU/Linux-friendly companies such as Red Hat — pay the Linux Foundation to get their way. Dr. Roy Schestowitz explains.
Interdisciplinary artist Caroline Woolard engages with political economy and activism through radically innovative collaborative projects. Jennie Rose Halperin talks with the artist about her work, the Commons, and the meaning of collaboration.
Seattle’s own doom-hop band Prom Queen makes their way into our Thing of the Week with their new music single, Stranger Peaks.
In the last year, #wocintechchat has provided Twitter chats, community dialogue, scholarships, and partnerships to provide more opportunities for women of color working in technology. Jennie Rose Halperin talks to the women behind images.
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