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We’re as bewitched by the charms of “hold my beer while I…” videos as the next netizen, but if we’re going to make any sort of real progress in understanding our future, we have to devote time to critical thinking.

That’s the premise of our salons, which are an hour packed with ideas and dialogs you won’t find anywhere else. So imagine a Parisian flat cluttered with original Matisse and Picasso canvases, a decanter of absinthe balanced on a Proust manuscript, and pull up a (figurative) chair.

 

Salon 38: Should social media platforms be open source public utilites?

Posted by on Saturday, February 27th, 2021 in

The triad is back to discuss alternative configurations to social media platforms. Please note that due to a technical problem Jes...

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AxisOfEasy Salon #37: The Tension Between Nation State Conformity and Network State Cacophony

Posted by on Friday, February 12th, 2021 in

Charles, Jesse and Mark are back again and found themselves talking about the farmer's protest in India, Twitter and the cognitive...

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AxisOfEasy Salon #36: Democratizing Stonk Market Manipulation

Posted by on Thursday, January 28th, 2021 in

Jesse, Charles and Mark pool their resources and mortgage their houses to buy deep OOTM Gamestop calls.......

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Salon #35: The problem is that nobody knows what “Kuleana” means

Posted by on Thursday, January 14th, 2021 in

We're back from a somewhat extended Christmas break, and we had to improvise with a new recording setup after encountering some te...

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AxisOfEasy #176: Will anybody who hasn’t been hacked by SUNBURST, please raise your hand

Posted by on Tuesday, December 15th, 2020 in

FireEye and US Treasuray Department hacked, Russia blamed Solarwinds Hacked and was attack vector for all of the above and more ...

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AxisOfEasy Salon #34: Reclaiming Capital and Agency

Posted by on Thursday, December 10th, 2020 in

Fortunately, no portion of the show today violated any standing gag orders or contravened the Official Secrets Act, although we di...

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