TECHNOMANIFESTOS
Left to itself, cyberspace will become the perfect tool of control.
--Lawrence Lessig

  2000

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Timeline: 1999 - 2000 - 2001

Bill Joy writes Why the Future Doesn't Need Us.

Jaron Lanier writes One Half a Manifesto.

The Public Library of Science project is begun.

Thomas Penfield Jackson rules that Microsoft violated anti-trust laws and orders a break-up.

With Viacom's purchase of CBS, nearly all corporate media is under the control of seven global corporations.

AOL and Time Warner merge.

IBM pledges $1 billion to Linux development.

Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori resigns in the face of 2,000 incriminating videotapes shown on national television.

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