Ok, if only to make sure that this Blog doesn't die, I'll post a few links that the virtual readership of this blog (Nobody reads it, so it's "virtual", get it? I'm funny.) might be interested in.
First of all: Go read stuff from Cory Doctorow, for his books rock mightily and are available under a Creative Commons license. (Means: Free and gratis.) I can especially recommend Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom and Eastern Standard Tribes. (But his other books are cool too.) You shouold also go and take a look at BoingBoing, a great and extremly interesting Blog by him and a few fellow wierdos. (Home of such interesting news articles as the Steam-powered Gameboy or Fish monitor public water supply.)
Currently browsing the Wiki of the P2P foundation, some interesting stuff there so far. (And links to even more interesting stuff.)
Apropos Wiki: I loooooove Wikis, I really do. In fact, I have a massive geek hard-on for the whole Wiki/Social Software/Smart Mob/DIY/Distributed Work/Open Source memeplex and all the stuff that comes with it. The idea of a networked, geographically distributed society connected through the internet is something I'm really itching to see in the future, although it will probably take a while. Doesn't really stop me from enjoying its predecessors, though. So here are some of my favorite links regarding Wikis, social software and general internet-geek thingies: Wikipedia - In a way, it horrible how much I rely on this Wiki-driven online encyclopedia, but damn, it feels good to be able to look up stuff nearly instantly. pbwiki - I love Wikis and the collaborative creation they stand for and free Wiki-farms like pbwiki really help me setting up a Wiki in no time. Jabber - I like Instant Messaging, but I have a (pretty irrational) dislike of ICQ, Yahoo and consorts. On the other hand, I really like Japper.