Fascinating stuff, especially when it comes to where the victims grew up:
- 36% local
- 32% southern Norway or Sweden
- 20% western Mediterranean
- 12% indeterminate
A couple [of] weeks ago, Matt Haughey, the founder of TLDR’s favorite website, Metafilter, announced that his website is dying. And he says it’s because Google algorithmically stopped directing traffic to the site over a year ago. Alex tries to figure out what you do when Google’s algorithm decides it no longer likes you.
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Foucault is more often used to theorise political logics of securitisation than to understand the contestation of security policies. Yet Foucault’s work offers a wealth of conceptual tools and ideas pertinent to the study of the contentious politics of security. In his lectures on parrhēsia in Ancient Greece, Foucault explored the practice whereby individuals choose at great risk to confront rulers or publics with uncomfortable truths. This article argues that a refashioned concept of parrhēsia can illuminate certainelements of the contentious politics of security today.
A ‘majority’ isn’t really good enough, but still.