added access prize notice
authorelijah <elijah@riseup.net>
Wed, 12 Dec 2012 09:22:14 +0000 (01:22 -0800)
committerelijah <elijah@riseup.net>
Wed, 12 Dec 2012 09:22:14 +0000 (01:22 -0800)
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+- @title = "Big thanks to Access for supporting LEAP"
+- @author = "Mcnair"
+- @posted_at = "2012-12-11"
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+  Last night I attended the awards party for Access Innovation Prize, not knowing what to expect. The prize is for people and organizations using <a href="https://www.accessnow.org/blog/2012/12/11/first-annual-access-innovation-awards-prize-winners-announced">"information technology to promote and enable human rights and deliver social good"</a>. It turns out, geeks on a mission know how to do good and have a good time!
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+      My, that disc is shiny.
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+  LEAP was a finalist in the "Making Crypto Easy" category, but the competition was impressive and deserving. I nearly popped a blood vessel when I heard LEAP called as the winner! Big thanks to <a href="https://www.accessnow.org">Access</a> and all the techies and innovators they assembled. It was an excellent party, and a stellar collection of dedicated technologists. On behalf of LEAP, I am humbled and extremely thankful for this prize. Now we get down to putting the prize money to work...
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-  Looking at this table, it is immediately obvious that there are a lot of empty cells. Unfortunately, most of the cells that are filled in contain software that is unfriendly or even sadistic toward the user. Trying to use many of these tools can feel like developing a BDSM relationship with your computer, and you are not the Dom.
+  Looking at this table, it is immediately obvious that there are a lot of empty cells. Unfortunately, most of the cells that are filled in contain software that is unfriendly or even sadistic toward the user. Trying to use many of these tools can feel like developing a BDSM relationship with your computer, and you are not the top.
 
   What is missing might be more revealing than what is listed. These toolsets are entirely absent from my 'security bingo' game card:
 
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