It’s that time of the month again. Time to look at portions of the best UFO videos from the month of October, 2013. I’ll admit that this month was a bit disappointing compared to recent ones. The continuous spike in UFO footage has either softened a bit or the trusted folks over at AnonymousFO just… Continue reading UFO Activity in October, 2013
It’s a rant Thursday, I suppose. What has happened in the world that demands that Americans must consider their own government to be an enemy that requires actions of defense? In a very short period of time, the realm that was once controlled by conspiracy theorists has gone mainstream. Millions of Americans are concerned about… Continue reading Is the NSA situation actually part of bigger plan?
With the government shutdown over and the NSA chief on his way out, the time is ripe for Washington to reintroduce the next leg of the SOPA-CISPA anti-piracy legislation. The difference is that this time you won’t hear nearly as much about it. We’re fatigued. That’s the biggest problem Americans face when it comes to… Continue reading How the next round of CISPA will come at us
Money can’t buy you happiness. On the other hand, not having money can make it hard to find the prosperity that often does bring happiness. In this video from Ericsson, the premise is this: if you change the way that the world is networked and allow for ways that those in third world countries can… Continue reading #Video: Networking society can bring prosperity (in theory)
We know they’re watching. That much is not in question. The only real debate that could possibly have enough substance to sway the American government is whether or not the data being collected is actually effective at identifying terrorists. In the infographic, you’ll see that, at least according to these formulas and calculations, the chances… Continue reading #Infographic: How accurate could the NSA be about terrorists?
There are entities in the world of technology that are out to get us. They want our data. They want to know our whereabouts. They want to limit the amount of internet we can access and they want to control which websites we can visit. They have billions of dollars they think they can protect… Continue reading Are we due for a technological revolt?
Things are very different today than they’ve ever been in history. The way that people consume their media, the methods that politicians present their cases, and ability for people to communicate with each other has had as much of an impact on the political landscape as television had on the election of John F. Kennedy.… Continue reading Technology makes this government shutdown more dangerous than 1995
The majority of American’s do not want to be spied upon by the US (or any other) government. That much is clear. What the NSA and other agencies have done to continue and expand their powers for domestic spying are insulting at the least and possibly even dangerous. Most would agree with that as well.… Continue reading The NSA reform bill will make matters worse
According to Google’s Chairman of the Board, spying is part of the nature of society. He’s right. That much isn’t in question. What is of much more concern is that because he’s right and because society has become completely dependent on technology to keep the various logistics of day to day life in order, should… Continue reading Is it time to adjust to the technological nature of our society?
On one hand, it’s refreshing to see tech leaders such as Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg stepping forward to speak out about the despicable practices the US government in general and the NSA in particular are perpetrating against their own citizens. On the other hand, it’s strange to hear someone whose company has notoriously blurred the lines… Continue reading How does Mark Zuckerberg have the right to complain about privacy?