If you have an article you’d like to suggest for us to read in our weekly Reading of the Week (ROTW) threads, please post a link and excerpt here, with a quick note on why you think it’s interesting for the broader study of protocols.
“For most end users, the Internet human rights implications lie at the application level where internet governance focuses on the perspectives of states and the private sector. Despite this, issues related to human rights extend beyond and encompass the logical layer of protocols.”
Skimmed through this short article and it seemed adjacent to the latest Other Internet essay.
‘Alfred North Whitehead in Process and Reality, published in 1929, said, “In the inescapable flux, there is something that abides; in the overwhelming permanence, there is an element that escapes into flux. Permanence can be snatched only out of flux; and the passing moment can find its adequate intensity only by its submission to permanence”.’
Recently saw that A.N. Whitehead wrote about the fallacy of misplaced concreteness. Could add some perspective to conversations about hardness.