Over the past year or more, I’ve been invited to be interviewed about Wikipedia, often by some pretty important news orgs, and I’ve passed up most such opportunities. I’m sorry to them, but what I’ve said is enough for now.
Has anybody ever built a *non-crypto* decentralized CDN? Like, maybe, something built on WebTorrent?
Today’s political leaders need to learn some humility.
One of the things that is new in this generation is the mainstream media smearing (not just ignoring) grassroots protest movements. That’s new, and low. It really speaks volumes about them.
For bright, rational people, bad arguments for the existence of God and bad representatives of Christianity probably do more than anything to *undermine* belief in God and Christianity.
“Louder with Crowder” does an almost one-hour show giving ten examples of attempts to give balance to blatantly biased Wikipedia articles. Will they succeed? In any of their attempts?
Over and over, society presents you with two choices. Even if one of the two choices is better, perhaps the best choice is neither of the two, but instead one you had not considered because it was not even put up as an option.
How many hypocritical old liberals have given up liberalism in the last decade? What a shame.
I’m supposed to trust the decisions of a Biden administration, led by a man never properly investigated for his and his son’s Ukraine/Burisma ties, if he chooses to go to war on behalf of Ukraine? Nah. Disaster looms.
The great Donegal fiddler James Byrne recorded 20 or 30 minutes of tunes for me about 20 years ago. Here are the first two, with me playing with him and then teaching each.