LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #219
Strangely enough, we've got a special episode of LISTen to talk about knowledge ecology infrastructure damage caused by that storm named Sandy. The next regular episode is set for release on or near 12:01 AM Eastern on November 5th.
- The Register: Quarter of Eastern cell towers BLOWN down BY SANDY - FCC -- 'Save bandwidth, text with a friend', pleads federal boss
- The Register: New York tech firms form 'bucket brigade' to fuel flagging servers -- Shifting fuel 17 floors up by hand
- Washington Post: Communications improving slowly after Sandy, regulators say; 1 in 5 cell towers still out
- Electronic Frontier Foundation: Why We Have An Open Wireless Movement -- EFF believes open networks are crucial in hurricane-affected areas
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