Technology, Powered by Passion, Makes the Resistance So Cool

The Village Voice | August 30, 2004
A loose network of tech-savvy activists has been working a long time to construct intriguingly bizarre electronic contraptions for creative resistance on the streets outside the Republican National Convention.

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