Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

Jacobin

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interstice »
(noun) an intervening space
this is the only place I can afford to live
“What choice do I have?” ask the liberal gentrifiers, if ...
racism isn’t just a bad feeling in your heart
[...] Racism isn’t just a bad feeling in your heart, as a...
you all cost too much money
The lawyer we were fighting against, he basically told us...
we’re doing this for you
So we went back in and showed them our proposal, and they...
Uber is just capitalism
But under the guise of innovation and progress, companies...

Chasing Utopias
March 10, 2016
Worker ownership and cooperatives will not succeed by competing on capitalism's terms. by Sam Gindin

mostly a summary of books/etc on this topic (esp Richard Wolff) but important

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Chasing Utopias
Worker ownership and cooperatives will not succeed by competing on capitalism's terms. by Sam Gindin

mostly a summary of books/etc on this topic (esp Richard Wolff) but important

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The Disruptors: An Interview with J. W. Mason
Oct. 14, 2017
Finance isn’t just an industry. It’s a system of social control. by J. W. Mason

some interesting thoughts on the eurozone crisis which aren't in the notes - the german view on the divergence between interest rates (expecting bondholders to take losses) illustrates the failures of viewing finance as a social actor, as opposed to finance as a means of maintaining market discipline (ie disciplining device on states)

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The Disruptors: An Interview with J. W. Mason
Finance isn’t just an industry. It’s a system of social control. by J. W. Mason

some interesting thoughts on the eurozone crisis which aren't in the notes - the german view on the divergence between interest rates (expecting bondholders to take losses) illustrates the failures of viewing finance as a social actor, as opposed to finance as a means of maintaining market discipline (ie disciplining device on states)

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The Free-Market Fantasy
April 15, 2015
Labeling the market natural and the state unnatural is a convenient fiction for those wedded to the status quo. by Nicole Aschoff

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The Free-Market Fantasy
Labeling the market natural and the state unnatural is a convenient fiction for those wedded to the status quo. by Nicole Aschoff

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Facebook After Capitalism
Aug. 29, 2018
Jeremy Corbyn’s call for a “free and democratic media” promises to break the stranglehold of the established monopolies. And that also means taking on tech billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg. (missing author)

by Lewis Bassett

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Facebook After Capitalism
Jeremy Corbyn’s call for a “free and democratic media” promises to break the stranglehold of the established monopolies. And that also means taking on tech billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg. (missing author)

by Lewis Bassett

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Against Creativity
Sept. 29, 2018
The push for “creativity” at work and in society is about serving capital’s needs. (missing author)

by Oli Mould

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Against Creativity
The push for “creativity” at work and in society is about serving capital’s needs. (missing author)

by Oli Mould

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The Self-Serving Myths of Silicon Valley
Nov. 13, 2018

Review of Corey Pein's book. fairly basic, but some nice bits

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The Self-Serving Myths of Silicon Valley

Review of Corey Pein's book. fairly basic, but some nice bits

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Against Sharing
Sept. 14, 2014
(missing author)

by Avi Asher-Schapiro. "“Sharing economy” companies like Uber shift risk from corporations to workers, weaken labor protections, and drive down wages."

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Against Sharing
(missing author)

by Avi Asher-Schapiro. "“Sharing economy” companies like Uber shift risk from corporations to workers, weaken labor protections, and drive down wages."

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“They Don’t Understand the Value of Life”
Dec. 14, 2018
An interview with Clarence Jones by Meagan Day

interview with a union activist who was homeless despite working as a cleaner for a pharmaceutical company. made me cry a bit not gonna lie

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“They Don’t Understand the Value of Life”
An interview with Clarence Jones by Meagan Day

interview with a union activist who was homeless despite working as a cleaner for a pharmaceutical company. made me cry a bit not gonna lie

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Liberalism and Gentrification
Sept. 26, 2014
Gentrification isn’t a cultural phenomenon — it’s a class offensive by powerful capitalists. by Gavin C Mueller

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Liberalism and Gentrification
Gentrification isn’t a cultural phenomenon — it’s a class offensive by powerful capitalists. by Gavin C Mueller

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