Paul Bissex contributes one of his columns, "Fighting the Chill of the Info Age", on some lessons learned from how students from Japan used the internet to organize against nuclear testing.
He runs the EFF forum on Hotwired.
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He also has the First Ammendment in VRML
As Conferencing Manager at The WELL, Gail functions as the primary online innkeeper for the commmunity, but she writes about the lessons she learned before coming to work in cyberspace while confronting what is within one individual's control online.
In "Democracy is About Communication", the author of The Virtual Community, gives us some perspective on why we should organize to make the net a tool for democracy.
"Democracy, the Internet, and the Father of Our Country" tells the story of her experience online and makes an argument against both censorship and anonymity.
Nick and Sandy Close of Pacific News Service contribute an article on the links between the Free Speech Movement and current free speech protests on the internet
A video collective I work with dedicated to smashing the myths of the information age.