From the BBC: Thailand's king has pardoned a Swiss man who was sentenced to 10 years in jail for defacing images of him. Oliver Jufer was sentenced last month, after he admitted spray-painting images of the revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej in the city of Chiang Mai. It was thought to be the first time a [...]
Here's the BBC story. He wrote a book that I still find influential in helping understand the world — Player Piano. Written in 1952, it's a still-relevant look at man's relationship to technology and the Darwinian nature of corporate culture. RIP, Kurt.
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