We’re back shining the spotlight every week on the commons. This week we bring you the beauty of the photos from Wiki Loves Earth.
Annika Richterich’s book on Big Data and the surveillance society comes at an opportune time.
Getting back to speed with our free stuff, we bring you a new free app from the folks at Unsplash.
The Free Thing this time is an open source movie from the bygone times of 2011.
This week’s Free Thing helps citizens engage their government through data collection and analysis provided by the cities themselves.
A tribute to the remarkable spirit of Bassel Khartabil from the people at Disquiet Junto.
The first magazine from Mastodon.social? It’s our free thing of the week.
Back to books we go for this week’s Free Thing, a recent release of haiku, sijo, tanka, and shanzi from Andreas Gripp.
Inspired by the thirty-first anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, this six song album from Naviar Records is our Thing of the Week.