Very fun interview I got to do recently: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tomorrow-peoples-podcast/id1539315136?i=1000500727991
With so many people losing faith in our current government, institutions, and electoral process, now seemed like an appropriate time to highlight the potential of liquid democracy, also known as democracy 3.0. Feat.
Incredible document from March 1945:
What is it? Why is it dangerous? Where, when, and how does it come about? And how can free people stop it?
this is also how a two-party system works twitter.com/RespectfulMemes/status/1264943975422742529
The worst year in history to be alive? 536.
A “mysterious fog” (it was unknwon then but was Iceland volcano) covered earth from Europe to Asia in darkness—for 1.5 years, blocked the sun, dropped temperatures to 2 degrees, caused mass deaths
this is a really good thread about a thing that i constantly wish i had a word to describe.
i remember the hardest thing about learning to program was that nobody ever said things like "the computer runs the lines from top to bottom" and "'x = y' means x now has the value of y" twitter.com/pangmeli/status/1191112676862308352
The USA Constitution, with each Amendment as a git commit.
I can't imagine a better tool to understand the historical evolution of this document…
Great post debunking many of the marketing claims from VPNs twitter.com/joepie91/status/1183469414886367233
@shiroihamusan @pkillboredom @MikeBilow @matthew_d_green More generally, this is worth a read regarding VPNs: schub.io/blog/2019/04/08/very-precarious-narrative.html
Never let them tell you that privacy is dead because they will try to make you believe that consent is dead.
If you believe that consent is dead you will allow them to do horrid things.
Don't believe their bullshit. Enforce consent. Make them ask nicely. Tell them to fuck off.
Another US Presidential Candidate (@AndrewYang) talking about the future of democracy