Monday, August 01, 2005

Blogger power

[Note: There are one or two inaccuracies in this piece, most notably that I have not yet come back as an associate, although I plan to in a month.]

--Doug

______________________________________________________________

BY Dibya Sarkar
Published on Aug. 1, 2005

More Related Links

Last December, Doug Roberts, a software engineer at the Energy Department's Los Alamos National Laboratory, was driving down Interstate 25 from Albuquerque when he pulled into Arby's, a fast-food restaurant. He was frustrated and unhappy.

The preceding months at the laboratory had been difficult. Peter Nanos, the lab's director, temporarily shut down lab operations last July so he could investigate computer security and safety problems. Lab employees who were unhappy about the shutdown and critical of the director discovered they couldn't get their letters published in the lab's electronic Daily Newsbulletin, which had canceled its readers' forum. A local community newspaper was accepting letters from Los Alamos employees, but Roberts and others couldn't get the feedback they wanted through the local newspaper.

[...]

Full Story


Comments:
Congratulations, Doug on being recognized for your work on the blog. And we should all be thankful for the advent of blogs when our journalists have been silenced by government repression. The Real Story and blogging in general show that is really hard to supress the human spirit's need for open expression and civilized government.
 
Someone please post which countries do not have extradition treaties with the U.S.
 
Used to be (check if current) Costa Rica. Friendly, foreign, nearby, safe, and a higher education level than the US. Robert Vesco was my boyhood hero.
 
Post a Comment

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?