Monday Lazy Linking
Fonts: true meaning. Javier, THE COSMONAUTS (2010-07-27).
(via I Love Charts)(Linked Friday 2010-08-06.)
Police and nonviolent means: Pacifism at the service of oppression. www.jesusradicals.com (2010-08-07).
In this video, police demonstrate a new "nonlethal" weapon that will blind people. Some Christian pacifists have worked to make the police "less violent" by advocating for less lethal weapons than firearms, such as tasers. In a recent editorial in The Mennonite, for example, Everett Thomas who is also a…(Linked Saturday 2010-08-07.)
This Week's Crime Column. Radley Balko, The Agitator (2010-08-02).
The tease: When Pennsylvania resident Brian Kelly was arrested and charged with a felony in 2007 for recording a police officer during a traffic stop, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania District Attorney David Freed told a local newspaper that he sympathized with Kelly's plight. Kelly was arrested based on a tortured interpretation…(Linked Saturday 2010-08-07.)
Ignorance of the Law Is No Excuse. Unless You're in Law Enforcement. The Agitator (2010-08-07).
Part of a recurring theme. In addition to my prior post today, here's a roundup of other photography/video stories in the news of late: Earlier this month, Carlos Miller—who runs the Photography Is Not a Crime blog—was "banned" from Miami's Metrorail system after guards from the firm hired to provide…(Linked Saturday 2010-08-07.)
"Come, a glass to our captain—the destined destroyer of civilization!" Shawn P. Wilbur, Out of the Libertarian Labyrinth (2010-07-21).
While searching for hollow earth narratives (a curiously political genre, as it happens), I came across Hartmann the Anarchist, an 1893 science fiction/adventure novel, by Edward Douglas Fawcett (the brother of the “Lost City of Z” explorer.) Fawcett also wrote Swallowed by an Earthquake, which I haven’t tracked down, but…(Linked Saturday 2010-08-07.)
Why Do Law Enforcement Officials LOVE the iPhone? Chris, Chris Pirillo (2010-08-04).
Why Do Law Enforcement Officials LOVE the iPhone? is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedDid you know just how MUCH information the iPhone stores on you? Police do, and they LOVE the iPhone for making it easier…(Linked Sunday 2010-08-08.)