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Jon Lebkowsky

21 articles

Watching the Watchmen

A crash course in privacy, in case you've been (not unreasonably) living under a rock

Screens Feature, Feb. 27, 2014

Invaluable Information

Technology, privacy, hacking, and legislating in the new Digital Age

Screens Feature, Mar. 7, 2013

Man or Machine? Circle Option C.

Digital pioneer Amber Case on cyborg anthropology

Screens Feature, Mar. 1, 2012

SOPA: A Bad Idea Falls Off – For Now

After an Internet blackout, lawmakers see the light

Screens Feature, Jan. 26, 2012

The Serious Play in Saving the World

Gaming gets on the sustainability bandwagon

Screens Feature, Apr. 18, 2008

In Your Facebook

Do social networking sites strengthen communities or the class divide?

Screens Feature, Feb. 29, 2008

Keeping It Together

You mean open source hasn't saved the world yet?

Screens Feature, Mar. 1, 2007

A Corner in Cyberspace Turned Blog Party

Jon Lebkowsky asks, why blog?

Screens Feature, Feb. 28, 2003

Come Together: "Pieces" of David Weinberger

Screens Feature, Feb. 28, 2003

Coming up for AIR: Austin's Accessibility Internet Rally

Screens Feature, Feb. 28, 2003

The Information Junkie

Screens Feature, Nov. 20, 1998

Webb on the Web

Don Webb: Surreal but Awake

Screens Feature, Jul. 31, 1998

No Stone Untenured

ACTLab Director and Visionary Sandy Stone

Screens Feature, May. 15, 1998

Signal to Noise

An Interview With Netchick Carla Sinclair

Screens Feature, Apr. 10, 1998

"We Do Cool Things"

"Fat Man" Loves Nudie

Screens Feature, Mar. 6, 1998

Dungeons and Draggin's

My Short Vacation in Sunny Brittania

Screens Feature, Mar. 6, 1998

Making Movies on Cyber-Location

Doug Block's Film, Home Page, and How It Grew

Screens Feature, Feb. 27, 1998

Cyber Top Tens

Screens Feature, Jan. 9, 1998

Honoria en Ciberspazio

The Opera Ain't Over 'Til the Cyber-Lady Sings

Screens Feature, Nov. 21, 1997

Untangling the Web

An Interview with Sue Beckwith and Gene Crick

Screens Feature, Sep. 19, 1997

The Fight Against Unsolicited E-mail

Screens Feature, Jul. 4, 1997

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