The actor, beloved as "HTGAWM's" Connor Walsh, joined DJ Elephante to form the musical duo Diplomacy. Their debut single is out this week.
On the third anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, don't be so sure that that the ranting and raving about income inequality, fracking and student debt is dead.
Wu's op-ed comes after an awkward video surfaced over the weekend showing Teachout attempting to say hello to Cuomo at a
From her grassroots supporters in the Hudson Valley to her loyal students who pressured Cuomo to a debate, Zephyr Teachout, a current professor of law at Fordham University, is looking to call Cuomo out and take New York by storm.
New York gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout joins HuffPost Live and talks about Andrew Cuomo's "audacity" to refuse a debate.
Unless we use our democratic vote to bring honesty and excellence back to politics, America's decline will become irreversible. That's why I'm here today, to endorse New York Governor and Lieutenant Governor candidates Zephyr Teachout and Tim Wu.
Just two days after The New York Times declined to endorse Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York's Democratic primary, the Grey
Funding the "most valuable" part of the campaign costs the least, according to Wu. Support from Lessig's backers could provide
I thought John Sarik was trying to shake my hand when we met last Spring at the Columbia Laboratory for Unconventional Electronics (CLUE). Instead he was trying to hand me a small tan-colored plastic figurine of smuggler and rouge Han Solo, of Star Wars fame, frozen in carbonite.
Tim Wu wrote a fascinating article in the New Republic about Netflix's war on mass culture. We liked it, so we animated it, using some of our latest techniques.
The principle of net neutrality -- that Internet service providers should not discriminate among different kinds of content
According to Garcia, Nakoula only gave her a small section of the script and then later dubbed in audio for her character saying, "Is Your Muhammad a child molester?" The audio was not Garcia's voice, she claims -- anyone watching the video probably would agree.
Educate yourself about internet freedom from Columbia University professor Tim Wu, get to know the city from taste-makers
Wu's eminently readable book is a history of the telephone network, the movie industry and broadcasting, all of them leading up to the history of today's combination of all of them -- the Internet.
Freedom of expression in the 21st century depends on an Internet that is open to all and not controlled by a handful of big corporations looking for market share.
This could be the first presidential election where the Internet is an issue. I don't mean using the Internet as a political tool ... I mean a bona fide election issue. There's a lot at stake.