Marcus Boon is the author of The Wire 333 Collateral Damage article, part of our ongoing series looking at changes in the economy of music and its distribution.
"The Electronic Frontier Foundation has been around for 20 years now, and alongside all the heroic legal work they do, their site is a great clearinghouse for information about digital rights."
"Afrocyberpunk is a minimal but intriguing blog by Jonathan Dotse, a young author in Accra, Ghana, writing cyberpunk fiction "set in the sprawling metropolis of Accra in the middle of the 21st century.""
"My pal philosopher and all around head, Tim Morton’s blog concerning “object oriented ontology” and “ecology without nature” – both interesting to think about in terms of music, which is definitely an object that withdraws before you can grab hold of it."
"Lovely and strange personal blog by Spoek Mathambo, self-styled “post apartheid post hiphop posterboy.” Contains some nice South African House video clips."
"Kickstarter page for “investors” in Christopher Kirkley’s Music From Saharan Cellphones compilation with links to music and ideas."