Fighting Fans? – Proliferating Video Technology Forces moe. to Ban Digicams from Concerts

“moe.” the American jam band from Buffalo, New York recently posted a new photography policy: After much consideration, we regret to announce a change in our photo policy. Since it has grown increasingly difficult to differentiate video cameras from still photography cameras, we will only allow disposable cameras at moe. concerts effective with our 5/30… Continue reading Fighting Fans? – Proliferating Video Technology Forces moe. to Ban Digicams from Concerts

Oppression in Belarus

You’ve probably heard about the protests and riots going on in Paris regarding the proposal to change how employers can remove younger workers. (CPE) In that situation you have a large group of people who both refuse to accept the reality of globalism and will ultimately suffer an economic collapse because of it. You may… Continue reading Oppression in Belarus

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Advertising For Peanuts

Just a quick post to advertise for Advertise For Peanuts. This site features creative advertising spots of a viral nature. This type of copy is the future of advertising as the 60 second commercial aimed at broadcasting gets fast-forwarded or deleted in the increasingly on-demand nature of content consumption. Forcing users to watch commercials, i.e.… Continue reading Advertising For Peanuts

The Convergence of Web Applications and an Open Source Lifestyle

Open Source has grown beyond the simplicity of programming and is now being applied to all components of life. Wikipedia’s content is open source. Flickr’s photos while not all released under GPL are on public display and effectively an open source collection. The peace rally I attended yesterday took funding directly from the crowd and… Continue reading The Convergence of Web Applications and an Open Source Lifestyle

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Viral Reactionary Content Creation and Personal Equity – Web User's Rights in Web 2.0

There has been nothing short of an uproar regarding the recent changes to Tribe.net’s design and interface. Longtime users of the site began viral reactionary content creation which is making effective use of community building to voice discord with the direction of a website. The changes were rolled out on January 18th and the response… Continue reading Viral Reactionary Content Creation and Personal Equity – Web User's Rights in Web 2.0

Ordained!

I have been ordained as a minister! Yes! I now am qualified for the following: Perform Baptisms Performing Weddings Performing and Speaking at Funerals Visiting the sick Counseling Establishing New Congregations Ordaining others I have already done items two, three, four and five–which leaves baptisms, creating a congregation and ordaining my own clergymen and women.… Continue reading Ordained!

Mondays

A lot of people complain about Mondays. People say, “I have to go back to work!” and give this unhappy face that elicits pity from anyone else who has ever had to “go back to work.” But I was just thinking–“Wow. Monday. I made it through the weekend. I’m still alive! That’s great!” Mondays should… Continue reading Mondays

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