Author Archives: Jack Reynolds
About Jack ReynoldsJack is a tech-obsessed novelist, researcher and freelance writer who specializes in creating quirky, science-tinged editorial copy. In four years of commercial writing, Jack estimates that he has written over 75% of the internet. Along with writing technology blogs for Zebrablogs, Jack is currently studying for a PhD in Creative and Critical Studies at the University of East Anglia.
May 2, 2012
After casually revolutionizing the worlds of design, data-processing and translation, the crowd is now getting to work on the business of government. Iceland is preparing to implement a crowdsourced constitution, and this March the Finnish Parliament passed the Citizens’ Initiative Act. The Act allows any citizen to present a law to Parliament, providing they can [...]crowdsourcing, Duqu, Iran, Israel, Kaspersky Lab, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, microtask, microwork, Reddit, Soumenkov, Stuxnet | 2 Comments