Tag Archives: mass media

How to make facts

A guy named Edward Snowden was interviewed on the Joe Rogan Experience recently, and here is something he said: This is the context: You say you know, and — you know, let’s put it the other way: maybe you do … Continue reading Continue reading

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Even Pierre Omidyar’s blogs get censored by Google (and probably by Facebook, too)

I heard via the “No Agenda” podcast (#557, 1 hr 29 min 45 sec) that Pierre Omidyar is planning to invest $250 MM in a new media venture: Right now, I’m in the very early stages of creating a new … Continue reading
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The Pope of the Internet

Although it seems as though there are quite a few people who say they are atheists, in fact most people do believe in something. Most illiterate people (the ones who are more or less stuck using retard media) believe in … Continue reading
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Liberating the Wheat from the Chaff

In the first years of the World Wide Web, players in traditional media pooh-poohed the Internet, saying it was little more than a dogpile. They were quite wrong… — but not completely wrong. Back when I wrote the “Wisdom of … Continue reading
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A more powerful internet could unleash economic and social possibilities

Yes, and — according to Al Gore: we need to protect the freedom of the internet against corporate control by legacy businesses that see it as a threat, and against the obscene invasions of privacy and threats to security from … Continue reading
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