Tag Archives: Information Warfare

Why?

I am about to finish another semester of school. Of course, school has given me many things to think about. One of the things I am thinking about is why I started working on The Digital Guerrilla Project. A couple of years ago I noticed how technology can help regular people coordinate and control popular […]

Pursuing a Dead End, Finale

We’re not going to change human nature any time soon. It isn’t that we aren’t rational. We are rational. But reason has its limits. – Robert S. McNamara from “The Fog of War: eleven lessons from the life of Robert S. McNamara”  (2003) Economists like to explain adverse selection away by pointing out that sellers […]

Dorner: Conclusion

Adverse selection and information asymmetries are built into the disciplinary processes of any large organization. There doesn’t need to be any friendship or collusion involved in a hearing that was designed in the first place to protect the LAPD. The participants who sat of the board of rights were not picked because they would be fair […]

Dorner Part 2: Dorner’s War

The murders of Monica Quon and Keith Lawrence on February 3, 2013 are the beginning of what I am calling Dorner’s war. Dorner’s war ends with the death of Christopher Dorner on February 12, 2o13. The details of this particular war are readily available, so I will not recount them here. The Violence of action […]

Christopher Dorner: Asymmetrical Warrior

For the last several weeks I have been following the story of Christopher Dorner. When the murders of Monica Quon and Keith Lawrence were announced on or about February 3, 2013, I did not realize that this would be the beginning of an incredible story that touches on all of the subjects I have been […]

Asymmetrical Power Relationships

The concept of the asymmetrical power relationship runs throughout this blog. I defined it in the glossary section, but have not written about it directly. The reason for this is that it was still an incomplete thought. I had an idea of what it was about, but I was not really sure about how to […]