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The beautiful and the awful and the great Factoid comics -- an altar call for your Sunday from @philklay: theamericanscholar.org/tales-o

"The was supposed to replace the industry. Instead, it has replicated it.

Nakamoto wanted to create a system for that would circumvent governments, bankers, and corporations. Instead, Bitcoin is now a get-rich-quick scheme that retains none of the exciting, anarchist features it proposed and has created a secondary with financial shenanigans that mirror the ones that led to the global financial crisis."

theoutline.com/post/2592/bitco

Now that @Pocket (closed source, fairly conventional ToS) is owned by @mozilla, should I stick with buggy @wallabagapp or switch over? Is open sourcing and an end to adware coming? Too bad, because I just paid for wallabag.it again before it stopped working.

Ooh, @fair_coop has a pretty new website: fair.coop.

Thinking of the people who just got really rich in the bubble mostly really depress me but a few really excite me.

It's helpful to have reports on the trials coming from someone who knows police and judicial overreach firsthand, @NYCCamp: indypendent.org/2017/11/disrup

I take it as a compliment and sign of at least marginally increasing virtue that I've started getting increasingly frequent emails from FB trying to lure me with random updates.

How is it that people never put dates on their fancy PDF reports? How is that not standard?

"(...) This is essentially a way of using a secure instant messaging protocol called XMPP, better known as Jabber, to communicate over voice and text from an anonymous phone number. JMP is the first phase of the Sopranica network. The next phase—called WOM—will create the physical infrastructure for the cell network with a community radio network."

@mattcropp how about presenting this to the folks? :)

motherboard.vice.com/en_us/art

In the cashless society, how does one give money to someone in need, someone without a venmo account?

I've found myself with a different attitude towards expiration dates since becoming a food owner. Whereas in an extractive store I'd always look for the freshest of any perishable food, now I find myself picking the oldest one that I'll be able to consume in time in an effort to prevent waste.
Today there was quite a bit of milk on its last day (and also at 1/2 price), so I decided it was a good day to make some fresh mozzarella

Get a free PDF copy of Shareable's new 275 page book of solutions, "Sharing Cities: Activating the Urban Commons" here: shareable.net/sharing-cities

Today I'm on hallowed ground in Lafayette, CO, where IWW member miners were killed standing for the cooperative commonwealth.

Love how the Android autocorrect picks "AMD" over "and." Geeks.

Do you think that if Twitter was a we would vote to ban Trump?

I love what @TwidereProject has done to my life by integrating twtr and and removing the need for another closed, spyware app. I only wish I could also use it on linux desktop!

Rise like lions after slumber...

Gotta respect super popular blogs that still use the default WordPress theme from years and years ago that have a "meta" section on the sidebar