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Richard Stallman on Exreme Capitalism


Published on Aug 19, 2012

Extreme capitalism, the empire of the corporations which is what we have since the globalisation and unfair trade treaties of the nineties…means that in each area of life, the businesses interested in that area of life, rule society, control the government and in particular the oil and fossil fuel companies control energy policy and they are driving us towards the kind of disaster where we won’t have food to eat.

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When social media was fun

Back then, using social media was an awesome experience. You can connect with your friend and make more friends. You can post your pictures, videos and almost everything that happens in your life can reside on a social media website. 264 more words

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Welcome to the blog.

A little history about myself. I am currently a student at the New Brunswick Community College taking their Information Technology – Network Administration course. I have been interested in technology for years. 257 more words

Tech

Licensing software

First of all, i do not pretend that this blog is unbiased. With that out of the way i want to talk about licensing.

As developers we have a wide array of licenses to choose from, including but not limited to : MIT, GNU AGPL v3, CC and of course a wide array of closed software licenses. 382 more words

Developers

Can You Believe This? UVA Professor Alleges BLM Is As ‘Dangerous’ As The KKK

Douglas Muir, an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia, faces scrutiny after posting a disparaging message on Facebook aimed at Black Lives Matter, … 330 more words

National News

Are #BlackLivesMatter Protests Lacking In Strong Leadership? [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]


In this edition of the Trending Topics, Ed Lover found the hashtag, “#WhatMakesMeAngry” tending on twitter and decided it was particularly apt for a conversation in the studio today. 195 more words

The Ed Lover Show

Terence Crutcher’s Twin Sister Speaks Out About The Man Her Brother Was [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]


40-year-old Terence Crutcher was having car problems when his vehicle was stalled in the middle of a road in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Police responded to a call from someone other than Terence about his car being in the middle of the street, but instead of Terence receiving the help that he needed, he was tased, and then shot by police. 187 more words

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