- How the Legal System Failed Aaron Swartz–and Us : The New Yorker
- Larissa MacFarquhar: The Tragedy of Aaron Swartz : The New Yorker
- What Victorians got right about school, and Silicon Valley has wrong – Quartz
"What Mitra identifies as obsolete in schools is exactly what Aaron Swartz’s father seemed to be saying his son needed the most: the discipline to master subjects that may not interest you, among people you don’t always like."
- An open letter from bunnie, author of Hacking the Xbox: | No Starch Press
Individuals are robbed of the will and strength to fight for what they feel is right, as the mere act of prosecution can be as much a punishment as the verdict. As a result, I fear that the era of civil disobedience may be coming to a close.
- Mosh pit physics could aid disaster planning – physics-math – 14 February 2013 – New Scientist
Mosh pit physics could aid disaster planning.
- The Aleph: Infinite Wonder / Infinite Pity
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