Link Roundup: October 9th

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Here’s the latest link roundup. There’s a lot of presidential politics articles in here–I blame the debates. However, most of these articles focus on aspects of the Presidential race that have not been given attention by the mainstream media. Although Donald Trump has said some despicable things recently, I’ve decided not to cover that in this roundup, because what he said isn’t news: it only confirms what we’ve known for months.

Happy reading!

  1. And Everyone Came…

    A deeply personal review of the game Undertale.

  2. Donald Trump’s interruptions of Hillary Clinton are familiar to women

  3. The Importance of Debate Watching Parties

  4. How NPR factchecked the first presidential debate in realtime, on top of a live transcript

  5. Why don’t we restore the Constitution so every election is not “make or break”?

    What would happen if the United States had a constitutional convention? The Citizens for Self-Government put together a mock constitutional convention to see what it would be like, and a conservative law professor gives their thoughts on what happened.

  6. The Democratization of Censorship

    The biggest threat to a free Internet isn’t repressive governments; it’s hackers who have the power to shut down websites at will.

  7. A Separate Peace: After rejecting a historic peace deal, Colombia remains a nation divided.

  8. Towards Decolonization and Settler Responsibility: Reflections on a Decade of Indigenous Solidarity Organizing

  9. Police Raid Indiana’s Largest Voter Registration Office Following Fraud Accusations From GOP

  10. An Oral History of Occupy Boston: Lots of Pics and Videos Version

  11. How online rituals can shape customer engagement

  12. Crops of African Origin or African Diffusion in the Americas

  13. Internal strategy documents and emails among Clinton staffers shed light on friendly and highly useful relationships between the campaign and various members of the U.S. media, as well as the campaign’s strategies for manipulating those relationships.

One final note before I go. If you have any interesting articles that you think should be included here, please shoot me an email at I would love to hear from you and I might include your links in the next roundup.