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The Unslaved Podcast is a unique and mind-expanding weekly conversation featuring Michael Tsarion and David Whitehead.
mt  conversation  opinion  resource  freedom 
august 2019 by orlin
Why the Price of Bitcoin Doesn’t Matter – Hacker Noon
Bitcoin is a very new technology, even though the concept that it brings to life is decades old. The double spending problem has been solved; this means that it is possible to use a digital…
bitcoin  price  opinion 
november 2018 by orlin
5 Reasons to Build a Network of Small Groups, Rather than a Mass Movement of Individuals
We’re currently touring through the US, meeting with activists: from urban neighbourhood organisers, to black bloc anarchists, back-to-the-land communalists, and progressive mega-campaigners. So much…
social  network  size  activism  change  community  organization  compare  opinion 
june 2018 by orlin
On Medium-of-Exchange Token Valuations
One kind of token model that has become popular among many recent token sale projects is the “network medium of exchange token”. The general pitch for this k...
ethereum  token  opinion  advice 
november 2017 by orlin
Experience from building this project · Issue #5 · relatenow/relate
relate - :construction: Mindfulness community - React, GraphQL, Next.js
nextjs  frontend  stack  cool  technology  javascript  opinion 
february 2017 by orlin
Android's Wifi backup feature is neither new, unique nor dangerous | Android Central
If you let Google back up your Wifi passwords, then Google has your Wifi passwords
android  backup  privacy  opinion  article  google  wifi 
april 2016 by orlin
The Myth of the Liberal Media: The Propaganda Model of News (trailer)
6 minutes | Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky demolish one of the central tenets of our political culture, the idea of the "liberal media." Instead, utilizing a systematic model based on massive empirical...
liberalism  media  usa  control  opinion  chomsky  politics  propaganda  news  capitalism  power 
october 2015 by orlin
Fast-forwarding the Web Platform
Peter-Paul Koch – or @ppk – has once again published a rupturing article titled “Stop pushing the web forward” that is surely going to set the agenda for this week in [...]
web  native  performance  browser  standards  javascript  opinion  compare  webdev 
july 2015 by orlin
Why Ruby is an acceptable LISP | Random Hacks
Random code snippets, projects and musings about software from Eric Kidd, a developer and entrepreneur.
ruby  lisp  compare  programming  languages  opinion 
july 2015 by orlin
Server-First Apps are a Good Idea
Earlier today, Tom Dale published an article sharing his views on the whole "server-side vs client-side rendered apps" debacle. I was tempted to call this article No. [...]
serverside  frontend  compare  webdev  practice  framework  progressive  opinion  javascript  performance 
may 2015 by orlin
Why we should stop using Grunt & Gulp
If you're building a modern JavaScript app or site, there's a good chance you're using Grunt or Gulp. Let me cover why I think these are bad choices...
gulp  grunt  opinion  npm  scripts  use  build 
march 2015 by orlin
Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism: Larry Siedentop: 9780674417533: Amazon.com: Books
Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism [Larry Siedentop] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Here, in a grand narrative spanning 1, 800 years of European history, a distinguished political philosopher firmly rejects Western liberalism’s usual account of itself: its emergence in opposition to religion in the early modern era. Larry Siedentop argues instead that liberal thought is
christianity  philosophy  history  modern  world  opinion  liberalism  book 
february 2015 by orlin
The fallacy of quick answers « Scott Berkun
I agree there is definitely a time for fast thinking, but when I look around it seems slow thinking is the path to many of the things we claim we want.
thinking  answer  question  opinion  advice  self 
july 2010 by orlin
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