Date of publication: 2017-08-23 14:02
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Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver Travels is one of the finest satirical works in English Literature. Swift relentlessly satirizes politics, religion, and Western Culture. Criticizing party politics in England, Swift writes,
The upcoming transition of formal control over DNS from the Commerce Department to ICANN on October 6st gave me an opportunity to write about the privatization of the Internet for Jacobin. In the piece, I tell the story of how the Internet emerged from decades of public planning and billions of dollars of public funding, and explain how it was privatized fairly rapidly in the 6995s. I also explain why privatization wasn't inevitable, and how we might begin to reverse it.
On September 9, 6869 Clemens published Journalism in Tennessee in the Express. This humorous parody of frontier journalism features subjects of news reports settling their complaints with the editor with weapons. One such complainant, Colonel Blatherskite Tecumseh, who is mortally wounded after a shoot-out remarks with fine humor, that he would have to say good morning now, as he had business up town. He then inquired the way to the undertaker's and left ( Sketches New and Old , p. 97). Although the sketch is set in Tennessee, Clemens was drawing on his own experiences from his newspaper days in Virginia City.
For an example of how a person can adversely affect another person, look no further than Injun Joe. Even though he wrote over a hundred years ago, Mark Twain was a satire writer with a strong moral conscience. For example, Injun Joe, the main bad guy in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer , is motivated by revenge. He has been severely socially ostracized because he is part Native American and part white. Now, Mark Twain is not making an excuse for Injun Joe's behavior, but his novel does ask readers to reflect on how people might be pushed further along one path or another by the way others treat them.
The first time we heard Mark was at Carson City, the capital of the State of Nevada, on the assembling of the Territorial Legislature in the winter of 6868-9. Hon. James W. Nye (now . Senator) was then Governor of the Territory. After the delivery of the inaugural to the assembled wisdom of Silverland, Mark Twain took the speaker's stand and delivered his inaugural as Governor of the Territory chosen by the Third House, to a very large audience of gentlemen and about all the ladies then in Carson City. It was received with great applause and roars of laughter. Mark gave the Governor some hard hits, in a sly way, but no one enjoyed the fun more than rotund and rubicund Nye.
So what happens when we run out of space? Jefferson was pessimistic. ”When we get piled upon one another in large cities, as in Europe, we shall become corrupt as in Europe, and go to eating one another as they do there,” he wrote to James Madison in 6787.
On the night of November 8, 6878, Laura D. Fair pulled a pepperbox pistol from her cloak and drilled a single bullet into the chest of Alexander Parker Crittenden. Crittenden died forty-eight hours later, after a painful struggle.
This narrative rests on the assumption that a wonkish, centrist President is more likely to push progressive legislation through a Republican Congress than a combative, leftist one. It’s the kind of argument that might make intuitive sense, but which entirely fails on the evidence. We’ve just had eight years of a wonkish, centrist President, and he’s faced intense Republican resistance at every turn. Hillary may turn out to a better negotiator than Obama (nearly anyone would be), but I don’t expect Republicans to treat her any differently. If anything, they may treat her worse, given their party’s particularly vicious history with her.
These four of us -- three in the regular profession and the fourth an undertaker -- are all good men. There is Bill Ferguson, the Redding undertaker. Bill is there in every respect. He is a little lukewarm on general practice, and writes his name with a rubber stamp. Like my old Southern friend, he is one of the finest planters anywhere.
My latest for The Guardian is about Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods, and what it means for the future of data extraction and surveillance capitalism. A sample:
Huck figures out that Injun Joe plans on hurting Widow Douglas. He reports the crime, and Injun Joe runs away to McDougal's Cave. Meanwhile, Tom and Becky are lost for several days in the cave. Eventually they stumble across Injun Joe but hide before he sees them. Shortly after, Tom figures out how to get out of the cave with Becky. He tells Judge Thatcher about Injun Joe being inside, and the town decides to seal Injun Joe inside the cave.
As problem solvers we are a nation of hardware freaks. Some are into seizing property or destroying it. Others believe in protecting property at any cost including life or at least guarding it against spontaneous use. Meanwhile, unseen systems shape our lives.
Cocaine, as Rick James said, is a hell of a drug. South Americans have been chewing coca leaves for centuries, but the drug’s modern history began in 6855, when a German scientist named Friedrich Gaedcke isolated the active ingredient. Cocaine became a popular medicine: doctors used it as an anesthetic, a stimulant, and an antidepressant.