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Future Tools: ProtonMail

April 24, 2020

Writing this newsletter has rekindled my appreciation if not affection for email. As more of our world becomes mediated by algorithms, it is refreshing to be able to revert to a protocol that is far more accessible and resilient.

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Resilience in the face of adversity

April 23, 2020

Disruption has been a dominant if not disruptive theme for the last few years, and seems particularly relevant now. The concept was initially used to describe business models and economic position, but now seems to be applicable to just about everything.

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Social Credit: post-pandemic scoring

April 20, 2020

The pressure to move this pandemic forward is increasing. It’s understandable that people would be frustrated, and the longer they remain in isolation, without any sense of what happens next, the more their anxiety and stress builds.

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Future Fibre: Kaslo infoNet Society

April 16, 2020

In this midst of this pandemic, we’re finally recognizing the Internet as essential infrastructure (morally but not yet legally).

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The Impending Disaster Of App Based Contact Tracing

April 13, 2020

As the inevitable embrace of pervasive health surveillance spreads with the speed of a novel coronavirus, a growing chorus of voices choose sides as the details of these data collection systems emerge.

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Future Fibre: Guifi.Net

February 13, 2020

easyDNS is pleased to sponsor Jesse […]

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Contributors

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Mark E. Jeftovic

Mark is the co-founder of easyDNS and the editor-in-chief of #AxisOfEasy. He is the author of Managing Mission Critical Domains & DNS (Packt UK, 2018) and Unassailable: Protect Yourself from Deplatform Attacks & Cancel Culture. 

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Jesse Hirsh

Futurist, researcher and public speaker, Jesse Hirsh has been active in technology and commenting on it across the media for 25 years. His premium newsletter service operates from Metaviews.ca.

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Charles Hugh Smith

Charles Hugh Smith is the author of numerous books and writes from OfTwoMinds.com.