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"My app uses open source technologies" and other ways developers lie to you

16 Jun 2020 6 minute read 28 comments ProngsDark

Maybe some of you have encountered this situation in which you want to know if a project or application is free and open-source software. Maybe it's because you want to know if you can trust the app to keep your data private and secure, or maybe you...

The Need for Ethics in Government: An Indisputable COVID-19 Revelation

13 Apr 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Thomas Dylan Daniel

Photo by Joshua Sukoff on UnsplashStory originally appeared at Medium. It was obvious before the COVID-19 outbreak that ethics was lacking in the United States Government. One of the first things the Trump Administration did was to work with t...

Ongoings and Recent Developments

2 Apr 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Thomas Dylan Daniel

Hey everyone, Dylan here. Life is wild, don't forget! This post will sum up some of the news on my end, all in one convenient post. I've launched a new philosophy book centered on ethics and happiness, but that didn't slow me down much! I've been bu...

V-gang : Exploring Sci-fi, Veganism and Ethics

27 Mar 2020 2 minute read 3 comments Jaemoney

Introduction I’ve just released my very first, brand spanking new Comic Book called V-gang. I’m thrilled to have completed a long ambition of mine to combine my artistic skill and big ideas around space faring civilizations and Veganism. The Big Idea...

Price Gouging is a Good Thing

20 Mar 2020 4 minute read 6 comments Daniel Goldman

With no end in sight for the coronavirus panic, there's still a shortage of basic items like toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and other items that people have started hoarding. A few people were caught jacking their prices sky high on Amazon, and were q...

Walk&Talk 8: Educational disputes

19 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments ropaga

Daily activity Today it was a really windy day. Storm Gloria has hit Spain with seven-meter (22-foot) waves, snowstorms, heavy rain, and winds of up to 130 kilometers per hour (80 mph) Fortunately, in Madrid the situation was not that bad. Although t...

How Dare Employers Profit off Their Employees?!

1 Dec 2019 5 minute read 3 comments Daniel Goldman

What’s the deal with employers getting so much money while their employees get so little? Employers (owners) are often seen as worthless components of the economic puzzle, where the employees (workers) are the ones who do everything and the employe...

An Anarchist’s Argument for Voting

3 Nov 2019 2 minute read 4 comments Daniel Goldman

Many anarchists do not vote, because they consider voting an exercise of force against others. But that’s only the case in certain instances.   It’s election season. It’s always election season. Ah wonderful Democracy. It’s such a wonderful form of...

Blizzard Under Fire For Banning a Player

10 Oct 2019 3 minute read 6 comments Daniel Goldman

After a player supported Hong Kong, Blizzard illegally and evilly threw him out. Well okay. That’s not quite it. If you were to read the news, a lot of journalists are making it sound like Blizzard randomly threw a player under the bus simply for s...

A Philosophical Construction of Rights, Independent of Government

26 Jul 2019 3 minute read 1 comment Daniel Goldman

Are personal rights a myth? A fairytale? Is it true that you have no true freedom, that you only have temporary privileges that you enjoy until someone tells you to stop enjoying them? This is definitely a philosophy that is prevalent among the supp...