Interviews About Disruptive Innovation with Daniel Nazer of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Cody Wilson the Printable Gun Guy – Freedom Feens live radio show

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The Freedom Feens first interview Daniel Nazer of the Electronic Frontier Foundation about how they fight the good fight, and what it feels like to be David to the Goliath of the NSA. Then the Feens interview Cody Wilson the Printable Gun Guy Cody Wilson the DarkWallet Guy (soon to be known as “Cody Wilson the Disruptive Innovation Guy.” Or “The David Bowie of Cryto-anarchy, re-inventing himself with every project, and impossible to pigeonhole.” Regardless of what you call it, Cody is building the roads of LibPar.) Cody loses his leather wallet somewhere during his “Freedom Search” at the airport and tells us how that wouldn’t matter with Dark Wallet.

Then Ben Stone the Bad Quaker comes on for the last half hour as Neema has to go back to GitMo after his work-release furlough. They talk about how Cody Wilson is an actual hero (which Michael defines as “one who risks his life for strangers”), and how King George Bush the First lied to the American People about crack. (Possibly to protect his monopoly.)

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(Sorry for the tech snafus today. It was out of our hands, we’re powerless over it, but it shouldn’t happen again. Worms.)

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5 Responses to Interviews About Disruptive Innovation with Daniel Nazer of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Cody Wilson the Printable Gun Guy – Freedom Feens live radio show

  1. Paul Bonneau says:

    Michael, did you catch this one?
    http://www.cracked.com/article_20725_6-myths-about-drone-warfare-you-probably-believe.html
    You seem to have concerns about drones so when I read it I thought, “Michael must see this!”

    • MichaelWDean says:

      lol:
      “it takes a short bus full of people to decide whether those farmers hauling missile-shaped boxes are nefarious or not.”
      and
      “The first time I saw Hollywood’s take on a drone was in one of the Transformers movies. There’s some big shootout with a robot scorpion and, right as Michael Bay gets ready to climax, a Predator drone jets onto the scene for some deus ex rocket-pissing machina…”

      Awesomeness.

      Thanks Paul!
      MWD

      • MichaelWDean says:

        “A couple pilots and I came up with a mathematical equation for how many farts each seat absorbed over the course of the year. It was around 17,000.”

        • Paul Bonneau says:

          Yeah, quite a romantic line of work, eh?

          What I took from that article is that the fear of drones is much more than the reality. If it takes 8 or 10 people to run each one, well it’s like every other bit of US military hardware – absurdly overpriced and easily gotten around by even the most primitive fighters. We are still going to get kicked out of Afghanistan one of these days even though there are no trees in the place. Imagine trying to use drones in a war like Viet Nam.

          • MichaelWDean says:

            Yup. The great saving grace of governments is their ineptness from top to bottom.

            Every notice that Afghanistan looks a lot like Eastern Wyoming with even less trees?

            MWD

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