We've seen the comments from people like David Rockefeller and Rupert Murdock regarding the dissatisfaction with the internet and it's possible
gentrification in the near future. With that in mind, for years the way of getting the word out was through books and booklets. I suggest that people
make the effort to gather content for an offline publication of their own. Keeping the various views of truth alive is important. Formulate it into
content you can post on the web as well as use to produce a paper or CD/DVD document. Just as stocking food or supplies is a good precaution, so is
stocking up on documents and information you believe represents knowledge worth passing on.
Thanks for the idea!
I have always been thinking of writing a book, but could never decide whether to go with fiction or non fiction (computers, programming, chemistry,
Now I know what to write on.
thanks again S&F
And for others considering it, Go for it, it people don't read it for the contained facts at least they could read it for entertainment.
Although it has been said by many members many times before, THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! Im not one to be paranoid and think that we definitely won't
have the internet with freedom of speech 2 years from now, but we don't really know do we. Its best to make hard copies of anything you find useful
and vital information which might get erased and/or manipulated in case the days come where the internet becomes censored to hell.
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