Zoia Horn, who in 1972 became the first U.S. librarian ever jailed for withholding information as a matter of conscience by refusing to testify against antiwar activists accused of a bizarre terrorist plot, died Saturday at her home in Oakland, her family said. She was 96. Ms. Horn devoted much of her career and her retirement years to speaking out against government surveillance and intrusions aimed at libraries and academic institutions. (via Zoia Horn, librarian jailed for not testifying against protesters - SFGate)
A man alone together with others in the dark. The city and its disciples. Sound and medicine, the kinds of both with which one dances with another. The links below will take you to other things I produce. Lets do a project together sometime soon.