From CBC news:
Nice to see the CBC flexing a little in advance of the cuts. Alas….
That’s a very impressive strategy. Hang in there, dude.
This is where Anonymous gets more interesting and relevant to me (and not just for the Lulz):
“The question is: How and why has the anarchic “hate machine” been transformed into one of the most adroit and effective political operations of recent times?”
For me, it’s interesting to watch their engagement with a working-sense of “good and bad”, speaking generally, that is actually not simply self-defined but also socially and politically conscious (that is, that recognizes more “up-ground” ethical and political discourse). I also take this as a tacit recognition that anonymity, which is used equally for snark, surveillance, marketing, and activism, is, in and of itself, no guaranty or testament of goodness or badness. And the same could be said for “community” and “laughter”, I think, too.