Originally posted by Golithion
Blogs have already changed the world as recent event's in the Near East have proven. Egypt, and even the protest in Iran have shown what internet
blogging can do. Blogging has even bankrupted newspapers as the new form of information gathering for the masses.
Yeah you know, I was on Internets in the days of 300 baud modems and BBS, and it's like, "blogs" to me, are lame. I mean, it's so self serving,
like here is my opinion on the days events! Come to my registered ICANN domain name or slice of same, to hear my particular take on each and every
Then when you have a blog-post, the only place to discuss the blog, is the comments. DAMN you toobe proves how screwed up the whole "comments"
legacy can be! Have you seen some of the hateful tripe people put in their youtube comments? Nah, even my own humble toobe channel is mostly comment
free, and I prefer it that way, I don't post you toobe videos to provoke comments, mainly because their commenting system and commenting systems as a
body, are crap. Hence, blogs are crap.
WIKI is what works, and they had one here, a great one, which has been silenced. [playing taps slowly... verrrry slowly... hang on the last
note...] My own personal user page on tinwiki was deleted, but fortunately I saved a copy, now where is a similar site where I can post such amazing
collection of conspiracy knowledge? Tinwiki we will never forget thee!
Nah, I say the blog model is like one dude talks into the microphone, then everyone mails in their response. No, I prefer the domain-thread based
idea, where you step up to a microphone which is provided by some intelligence gathering institution and you defeat them with their own tech. Nobody
ever thought these conspiracy microphones were "free" though the registrants seem to claim it is so. Therefore I do not hate the registrant who
makes a conspiracy destination, I just try to guide them toward a better way.
With a blog, let's say I have a position. Then my neighbor has his own blog, where he holds the opposite opinion to mine. Therefore where does the
debate between he and I, happen? And where does it happen in such a way that anyone can present a comprehensive reply, within the stream of our
argument? No, this cannot happen in our blogs, unless we are stupidly commenting back and forth on the others blog or youtoobe video. See? That's
You are right, however, blogs have replaced mainstream news, so I am not disagreeing and I thank you for your reply. I would simply ask you this:
Since blogs are promoted and tinwikis are destroyed (either by spamming trolls which make the upkeep untenable, or by censorbear) than does this imply
that there is a shaping-force, within the IP domain?
It is said, that people can make their living off a blog. Therein lies the key, because IP was not built on money as the principle, but on more of a
Christlike principle, of sharing and giving to the least, the same as the top. See, Internet Protocol is the new church, it is a true church unlike
all these other churches. There are no tiers to IP. Rich man gets on and its the same as the homeless dude at the library. It is the exact template
for the kingdom of God. Total equality of voice. And so therefore, people who try to make money off it (Money is not a Christlike concept), will
always tend to be lamer, than those who use IP simply for truth. I use it for truth, not for moneymaking scams. I had an IP based business back
around 1996 or so when Google bought Dejanews and Amazon was rising I shut the damn thing down. It was at that time that spam and viruses really took
off and so you have good-money versus bad-money aka Feds versus Gangsters, and only now, are they really circling the waterhole.
Once the Goldbugs valued Farcebook at billions of dollars, the old world died. I knew this would happen, but I am not alone. There are many smart
people on the IP domain. And very few of them write blogs or try to make a nickle off IP. Some of us are purists, haha. So it one stupid domain on
IP worth billions? Or is it worth 5 bucks at godaddy? Haha, the proof as they say, is in the puddin.
I was commenting to a coworker the other day and I said, "Well, even if every person on Facebook is a moron, it's a gigantic army of pyrposeful
morons and eventually they will vote in their government via Facebook accounts." ...The dude just laughed nervously and changed the subject. Hmm,
no but really, does Facebook have blogs on their site? And if so, I bet those blogs would be worth millions --like that Huffingtown gal who made her
blog and link-link-link business scheme, into a nicely padded nest. I bet she tithes to the DoD, or if not, she should!
Hey Golithon, I tend to rant, and I am sorry, your point was correct and I thank you. Yes, blogs are something, I don't know what, but they are
something. But books and threads based on books (like my humble thread here) will probably be the best vehicle for discussion. Have you read
Ender's Game, or Starship Troopers, or Friday or Folk of the Fringe? Those four books would be the primer for participation in this thread, if I
were to lay down ground rules. Or if you like, post your blog link or one you think is relevant. Thanks buddy.