defending free speech in a time of ascendent authoritarianism was always a losing battle. but jack dorsey tried.
pirate wires #57 // inflation won't happen, doesn't exist, doesn't matter, is a good thing actually; tech anti-trust croynism; and why are broken peopl…
diagnosing our "attention-monster social media," fighting back against our would-be censors, strategy for success, and doubling-down on free speech
pirate wires #56 // flexport's ryan petersen tackles the supply-chain crisis, convergence: CEOs are journalists are politicians, press vacuum, and elon…
pirate wires #55 // nuclear fallout from chappelle's most boring netflix special ever, activist insanity, tech execs push back, and brian armstrong's n…
pirate wires #54 // instagram's suicide farm, media distortion, and navigating three weeks of facebook hysteria
pirate wires #53 // the ethics and legality of biden's unprecedented forced vaccination campaign, no one trusts you for a reason, and a few suggestions
banned from youtube for sharing footage of his work on a covid vaccine, josiah zayner makes the case for the average person's right to self and science
socialism: defining terms, pulling back the curtain on our war of words, and following this uniquely dangerous political ideology to its logical conclu…
pirate wires #52 // the wealthy tech elite's improbable love affair with karl marx, is the future of web3 authoritarianism?, lol it's not, and a friend…
pirate wires #51 // we interrupt this failure for some hero shit, unpacking the ivermectin debate, and trust is earned — so earn it or sit down
pirate wires #50 // from the fall of the towers to the fall of kabul, mimetic theory, caliphate chad has entered the chat, sex work is canceled, and th…