I know I'm VERY prone to hyperbole, but this is very definiitely one of the best things I've read so far this year.
"Infrastructure Territory and The Geopolitics of The Stacks." - read it / don't read it, but the ideas and *ahem* territory that Jaymo stakes out here are the closest position I've felt alligned with in recent months. Exposing / visualising / reporting (and disrupting) The Stacks feels like one of the most appropriate and righteous strategies around right now. (S'means of control, innit) And J.Mo (niiice beard, btw) is an extremely cool thinker / visualiser / strategist - he's one of a handful of people I'm following right now who spit out great ideas and identify / signpost relevent directions on a regular basis. Anyway, it's a verrrry switched-on / thoughtful piece -- until he writes another one, obv.