Armistice Day

    by Benjamin Melançon
    November 11, 2007

    I wanted to riff on the free software requirement some more. To prove, with eloquent argument, that so-called uncompromising radicals drive needed change. That efforts toward free software alternatives to Flash my push Adobe to make Flash itself truly free.

    To argue that if you want modest changes for the better, many advocates of hopeless causes are your most important allies. To turn this discussion toward journalism, and how we need a radical commitment to some core principles if we aren’t to lose all sense of truth and what matters.

    But, fortunately for you all, it is the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, and two minutes of silence has arrived just in time.

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