Getting around censorship of journalism….

By hiding articles within the Minecraft computer game, story here. Key point: anyone can read, but no one can change the content. Hat tip to the Scifoo Alumni group.

Which brings me to the point of information control. Certainly in the scientific literature, we want content open and available–but we also want it to be accurate with regards to methods and data. But errors need to be corrected promptly, so as with software provenance (and GitHub), the evolution of changes need to be trackable.