Category Archives: AgainstHierarchy

Nixon Time for Wikis

/ Social Order / AgainstHierarchy / NYU / pk versus NYU 2006 10 11 First I must establish my symbols. Nixon Time Wiki Nixon Time By February 1972 my Free Learning Exchange was going as well as it ever got … Continue reading

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pk’s Stalled Shakespeare Thesis

/ Social Order / AgainstHierarchy / NYU / pk versus NYU 2006 09 13, There was a place holder here promising to link to posts themselves under construction, multiply interrupted over half a century: The Fair Love and Dark Lady … Continue reading

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pk @ NYU

/ Social Order / AgainstHierarchy / NYU / pk versus NYU 2006 09 13 I recommend that you read further and check back here regularly for updates — the site, the folder, the file: follow the links, check out pk’s … Continue reading

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Who Invented the Internet?

/ Social Order / AgainstHierarchy / NYU / pk versus NYU 2006 09 17 For the technical side of things, the usual accounts have it right: Tim Berners-Lee, etc. 1988. World-Wide-Web. But any account that doesn’t emphasize Heinz Forester’s cybernetics, … Continue reading

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What To Do

/ Social Order / AgainstHierarchy / NYU / pk versus NYU 2006 09 17 It’s the whole human world, already notorious, that I blame, but it’s “NYU” I intend to punish. Unless, finally, at long last, NYU does something to … Continue reading

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Unemployability

/ Social Order / AgainstHierarchy / NYU / pk versus NYU 2006 09 28 As a kid I always had far more money than I spent. No, not from an allowance. I never had an allowance, I didn’t need one. … Continue reading

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Student Loans

/ Social Order / AgainstHierarchy / NYU / pk versus NYU 2006 09 26 I was in the army when I took my first course at NYU GAS. The army paid the tuition. When I got out of the service … Continue reading

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