For some strange reason, this old website about virtual governance is currently under attack by hackers attempting to do a brute-force discovery of the admin passwords. One wonders why, but I suspect that the main reason is that I have left this website neglected for too long!
I admit I’m confused. The past week I’ve been bombarded with emails from Demand Progress to urge Americans to tell Obama to veto CISPA — the latest incarnation on the SOPA/PIPA style of legislation which will allow police forces and intelligence agencies to get copies of users’ content (emails and […]
[2012/10/15 15:10] Gwyneth Llewelyn: So anyway, thanks for coming .) [2012/10/15 15:11] Shay Ellison: thanks for hostng. [2012/10/15 15:11] Gwyneth Llewelyn: A brief introduction… [2012/10/15 15:11] Gwyneth Llewelyn: A year ago or so, some insane people thought that SL would be the right place to discuss issues around governance, democracy, […]
The recent crisis went from being merely a financial one, to quickly spread towards a political one, then to a social crisis, and finally we come to the root of the problem: it’s nothing else but merely a crisis of values. These, of course, are deeply set into our current democratic […]
[15:08] Gwyneth Llewelyn: Anyway .-.. thanks all for coming today/tonight! [15:08] Lilith Ivory giggles [15:08] Gwyneth Llewelyn thinks she’s too far away from the audience [15:08] Gwyneth Llewelyn: So, here is what I propose to use as a model… we might change it on future sessions [15:08] Ceorl Onlyone: we […]
This site is absolutely not connected with the Virtual Governance Institute. Nevertheless, it’s worth reading about what they provide: technological solutions for virtual governance. They seem to be less concerned with the social aspects — the rights, the norms, the ethics — but just in providing tools that can implement […]