From First Monday, Felix Stalder (AAD): Bourgeois Anarchism and Authoritarian Democracies; Milton Mueller (Syracuse): Info-Communism? Ownership and Freedom in the Digital Economy; Graham Cormode and Balachander Krishnamurthy (ATT): Key Differences Between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0; Alice E Marwick (NYU): To Catch a Predator? The MySpace Moral Panic; an article on Internet use for political mobilization; and a review of Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide by Henry Jenkins. A review of The Roman Triumph by Mary Beard. Here are 5 people you've never heard of who saved the world. The Bust Belt: How exurban expansion paves the way for the next housing crisis. From The Ecologist, watch this film: Wake up, freak out — then get a grip. An interview with Christine MacDonald, author of Green, Inc.: An Environmental Insider Reveals How a Good Cause Has Gone Bad. From Mute, a vehicle of exodus from left orthodoxies: A review of Species Being and Other Stories by Frere Dupont. From Cogito, why is laughter almost non-existent in ancient Greek sculpture? From Intercollegiate Review, Daniel J. Mahoney on 1968 and the meaning of democracy. From HNN, a look at how history and psychiatry are alike. Andrew Marr on how history is finally sexy. Women have so many don'ts — what's a guy to do?