Questions about your coin that supposedly rebuilds the Internet: (1) Are the insiders paying themselves massive amounts in perpetuity? (2) Couldn’t the value of the coin give whales de facto control over this supposedly decentralized network?

I have funding as well as a great developer working on a slick WordPress plugin that will turn your blog into a social media platform (like only better). RSS will be a lingua franca enabling social media interoperability.

Pointing out evidence of election fraud is absolutely nothing remotely like incitement to violence. Both Twitter and Salesforce (owns Slack) have recently equated those things. This is ridiculous.

Why weren’t they censoring incitement last summer?

Is it just my fertile imagination or am I irrational for worrying that, one of the great websites, is going to be, I dunno, restricted in the near future? Isn’t this too much dangerous info in one place?

Hi @Expedia. Why is it so hard to print a simple flight itinerary? A single simple page with all and only the info I need. The fact that you don’t supply this shows conclusively that you put profits before customers (of course).