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Posted on Feb 22, 2013

The New York Times ignores a historic environmental demonstration in D.C.; accused hacker Jeremy Hammond speaks out against the government’s faulty “cybersecurity strategy” regarding Aaron Swartz’s prosecution; meanwhile, nudists in Vienna attend an art exhibit on “Nude Men From 1800 to Today” to show off their goods. These discoveries and more below.

On a regular basis, Truthdig brings you the news items and odds and ends that have found their way to Larry Gross, director of the USC Annenberg School for Communication. A specialist in media and culture, art and communication, visual communication and media portrayals of minorities, Gross helped found the field of gay and lesbian studies.

Ecocidal Times
It appears that Superstorm Sandy did not direct enough of its global warming-fueled fury at the headquarters of The New York Times last October.

Anthropology Inc.
A consulting firm called ReD is at the forefront of a new trend in market research, treating the everyday lives of consumers as a subject worthy of social-science scrutiny.

Jeremy Hammond Speaks Out from Solitary Confinement
The accused hacker condemns persecution of Aaron Swartz and others, while justice system flaws dog his own case.

A Queer History of Computing
There are many ways of telling the history of universal computation, and many origins of the technologies we now consider computational machines.

How Baudelaire Revolutionized Modern Literature Humiliation as a Way of Life
Around, let’s say, 1885 the young French poet Jules Laforgue was living in Berlin and scribbling observations in his notebooks.

Co-ops and Credit Unions
A chart explaining how co-ops and credit unions help build a healthy local economy.

The Humanities Ph.D. at Work
Which skills and attributes gained through doctoral training aid humanities Ph.D.‘s in the “real world”—and which don’t?

How EdX Plans to Earn, and Share, Revenue From Its Free Online Courses
How can a nonprofit organization that gives away courses bring in enough revenue to at least cover its costs?

Twice as Many MOOCs
Two providers of massive open online courses are expanding their course catalogs to try to find a larger global audience.

Well-hung Art Brings Out Exhibitionists
The occasion at Vienna’s Leopold Museum was a special after-hour showing of “Nude Men from 1800 to Today” - an exhibit of 300 paintings, photographs, drawings and sculptures focused on the bare male.

On a regular basis, Truthdig brings you the news items and odds and ends that have found their way to Larry Gross, director of the USC Annenberg School for Communication.

A specialist in media and culture, art and communication, visual communication and media portrayals of minorities, Gross helped found the field of gay and lesbian studies.

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