[hackerspaces] Hacktivist?

Agent 5 ag3nt5 at dc401.org
Fri May 27 16:33:46 CEST 2011

I wouldn't mind going to that workshop myself! Speaking of which, I've
pondering the idea of trading telepresence talks between Hackerspaces. If
organized correctly it wouldn't be hard to get a bunch of people into a
seminar with a projector and the ability to talk to the speaker during
Q&A.The speaker could be anywhere in the world. It would be a very good use
of the Internet and might create value to the listener. Something to the
effect of "the more laws and regulation they pass, the less likely being
able to educate over long distances like this.

That might be a way for us all to be more effective Hacktivists...

Any ideas?

-David Johnson    -Agent5-

On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 5:44 AM, Yves Quemener <quemener.yves at free.fr>wrote:

> I also once made a crypto workshop for beginners where we would install the
> enigmail for thunderbird and explained the basics of asymmetrical crypto. I
> don't think most people will continue to use it (I am still looking for a
> good solution to help beginners use stong crypto in emails) but they were
> very interested in the explanation of the trip an email has to do between
> two mailboxes and the number of people that can read it on the way. I think
> most of them understood why these technologies are essential to privacy
> online.
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