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  • paulduplantis

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    Writer and advocate for Emergent technology found on EmergentWeb.org

    • Factotum
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      I love Feedly. I have also been using Inoreader quite a bit lately. I would really like to see more advancements in filtering appear. 10 years ago I thought the entire web would be fed through feeds between user pages with advance filters allowing …
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    • LuckyLady
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      Isn't this also an argument about Pai's FCC overturning net neutrality by throwing oversight over to the FTC who are not equipped to handle overreach by the ISPs. I guess the FTC is understaffed as well as not legally authorized to penalize ISPs …
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    • LuckyLady
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      > Sorry I didn't include the proper link. Here it is. And here is a short sentence from the article on why. " The Federal Communications Commission has issued $208.4 million in fines against robocallers since 2015, but the commission has collected …
    • LuckyLady
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      > FCC “fined” robocallers $208 million since 2015 but collected only $6,790 > > Sorry I didn't include the proper link. Here it is. And here is a short sentence from the article on why. " The Federal Communications Commission has issued $208.4 …
    • jpop
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      I noticed an iris scanner at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport recently to streamline checkin. If I came across this tech before the advent of Web 2.0 I would probably not give it much of a second thought but that cat is out of the bag. I find myself …
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    • paulduplantis
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      That is a hell of a question. Is it primal urges baked into our DNA? It certainly is at the center of it all. Technology has only seemed to amplify it to date.
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    • paulduplantis
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      In turn what happens when a society is ran in the name of the welfare of the people only? I think it is less about money and more about control which is dangerous on both sides of the political spectrum when it is for the people rather than from …
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      My son Vaughn just just finished A Brave New World for his English class so I decided to re-read it since I own it. I am only in the forward and remember how prescient this book was. "Only a large scale popular movement toward decentralization and …
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    • paulduplantis
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      I haven't read the book yet but I really did enjoy this talk. I appreciated how Shoshana was not willing to throw capitalism out with the bathwater. The talk also brought up something I seemed to repress in my memory which was the fact that the …
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    • apm
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      I enjoyed your posts and comments APM. Good luck to you in whatever you do!
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    • ChrisJenkins
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      Your comment about Cake running ads against topics is spot on Chris. I just wrapped up this podcast with Joe Rogan and Jack Dorsey where Dorsey repeatedly expresses his regret Twitter has not built in better features to search and follow by topics …
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    • ChrisJenkins
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      paulduplantisPaul Duplantis
      There are users and words sent and received to include tags to add context. These can be connected via a phone number or an email which can be authored or received in written, video or audio form through an open feed on the web based on permissions …
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