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Hello everyone! New article:

The One Where CBS Encourages People to Assassinate President Trump

Time to get just a little bit political. I talk a lot about freedom of speech on this site, and how gigantic Silicon Valley corporations have a stranglehold on it. Today we're going to talk about the other side of things, where having certain politics - and a giant sweaty pile of money - tends to give you carte blanche to say whatever you want on social media. In this case, we are shown by example that you can directly encourage violence or the assassination of a sitting president and still get to keep your Twitter account. This is a heavy one - enjoy the read.

Posted: Apr 15, 2019


Hello everyone! New article:

Thoughts on the Coinomi "Spellcheck" Vulnerability

A security vulnerability in Coinomi was disclosed recently. This was a real kick in the teeth because I have often talked about how I believe Coinomi is reliable and safe, at least for small amounts of cryptocurrency. As more information came out, however, the plot thickened. As it turns out the vulnerability is not quite as bad as we first thought, and the person reporting it might have actually been attempting to blackmail Coinomi. Here are my thoughts on the matter - read above to learn more, including what you should do if you have coins in a Coinomi wallet.

Posted: Feb 28, 2019


Hello everyone! New article:

How to Buy Basic Attention Token (BAT): Quick Guide

This article is all about the Basic Attention Token. I also talk quite a bit about the Brave browser which is the platform that BAT is used in. Brave is a browser which is dedicated to a cause that I take very seriously: privacy on the Internet. Read about it above!

One more thing: I built an app which helps you get onboarded onto Gab quicker. Gab, as you may know, is a free speech alternative to Twitter. My app - the "Gab Twitter Backup" or GTBK for short - allows you to post all of your old tweets to Gab for safekeeping. This is very important since Twitter is in the habit of shutting down people's accounts for the purpose of political persecution or simply because someone complained. Take a look at the new "Projects" button above to learn more about it!

Posted: Feb 26, 2019

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