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Project Xanadu (2017)

  • We hope for vindication, the last laugh, and recognition as an additional standard-- electronic documents with visible connections.
  • We propose a new kind of writing-- PARALLEL PAGES, VISIBLY CONNECTED.
  • Consider some examples from our previous work-- Consider our original ideas, as presented in Werner Herzog's movie, "Lo and Behold", Consider our best viewer, as presented in Arthur Bullard's video of XanaduSpace™ -- For the story of this viewer and to download it, go here.
  • DIFFERENT COPYRIGHT SYSTEM REQUIRED.
  • Our matching copyright system for indirect content: the transcopyright license, permitting remix in any context and any quantity, and with automatic attribution of authorship.
  • Consider our best viewer, as presented in Arthur Bullard's video of XanaduSpace™ -- For the story of this viewer and to download it, go here.
  • And here's a new working viewer, presented in this video, "New Game in Town".

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A local TV station is receiving backlash for uncritically covering two anti-Muslim pundits

  • A local TV news station is being criticized for a segment uncritically covering a speaking event with two famous anti-Muslim activists.
  • On March 25, Katie Hopkins and Elizabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff spoke at an event hosted by Republican organizations in Midland, Texas.
  • Both are conspiracy theorists who have been accused of making racist and Islamophobic statements.
  • CBS 7, a local news channel in the area, covered the event without pushing back against the Islamophobic rhetoric or the false statements made by people it interviewed.
  • Though the event occurred in March, it went viral after Ali Breland, a disinformation reporter for the left-wing political magazine Mother Jones, posted the segment to Twitter Friday.
  • People pointed out that the reporters didn't seem to take any responsibility for the false and hateful material in the broadcast or attempt to dispel the incorrect information being said on air.

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