I just found a new paper that look interesting: From free software to street activism & vice versa: an introduction. From the abstract:
Contemporary societies have now endorsed computer technology, to the point of turning its use into an attractive social duty. But while some computers power market-economy, other machines remain busy with myriads of software alternatives, counter-initiatives & community offensives. What follows is a quick walk-through some of the cracks in the official computer picture; a surface exploration of the convergence between digital alternatives and political subversives.
This paper looks like it covers similar ground to some of my own writings on the subject, though most of my writings are more informed by marxist theory than anarchist theory. Gonna read it now, maybe there will be more comments.