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I would like to not see an/my entire point without formatting being shown until I actually click on the post. I want a condensed version that is predominantly hidden so my longer posts don't take up my entire wall and I have to scroll like crazy and maybe miss where my other posts are. And I'm also not sure that asking about features on our own posts is the most ideal way to go about talking about features. I suppose I need to go on Telegram?
After seeing things on social media no parent could unsee, I decided to do something about it A year ago, I spent months undercover on the popular video-making app, Musical.ly. (It’s since been renamed. Nice try, but we see you hiding your lame-app self behind TikTok.) My commitment to using the app as an engrossed child, and not a mildly interested adult, led me on a distressing journey into a social network where kids as young as eight sexually objectify themselves. I found hundreds of self-harm videos that showed suicide options — bathtubs filling, images of blades, a child’s voice saying she didn’t want to live anymore. It only got worse from there. Nearly every kid in my daughter’s fifth grade class was using Musical.ly to film themselves or each other. Parents insisted the app was harmless fun. (And it can be — initially.) I was prepared for my findings to be met with silence. No one will ever read this, I said to my husband as I published the resulting article, *it’s way too long. Parents don’t have time to dive into this sewage. *I went to bed that night acutely aware that I’d spent the last few months pushing a Sisyphean boulder up a mountain only to, probably, discover it sitting at the bottom again come morning. Wow. Was I ever wrong. Not only did parents dive into the sewage with me, they continue to sort through it even now, bringing to light things I missed a year ago. The article has now been read and shared by over a million people across the globe. The lesson I learned? Don’t do nothing just because you can’t do everything. Since publication, the question I’m most often asked is: Did you buckle under pressure and give your daughter a smartphone for middle school, or did you strap some old soup cans to her body and tell her to shake wildly if she needs to reach you? The answer: I bought her a Gizmo Gadget watch. And it’s been great! I call her, she calls me. I can text and send reminders from my smartphone to her watch, for which I pay a monthly fee of $5. She can text back limited characters. She can also leave me voice messages, which she sometimes does in whisper-screams from school: “You packed me apples again! Everyone else gets Doritos. This needs to STOP!” I’m not sure how long she’ll have the watch, but it’s been the perfect device for our needs since she started school last fall. I’ve been looking at the Light Phone II — a “dumb” 4G phone that seems too good to be true. It’s beautifully designed, non-addictive, and smart in its own Zen way. It’s not available yet, but when it is, I’ll take two: one for my daughter and one for me! It’s high time I break up with my soul-sucking smartphone. That question is one of dozens I’ve received about raising kids who abstain from social media. (I don’t like the word *abstain, *it sounds like asbestos. Let’s say opt out.) After talking and emailing with hundreds of parents over the past year, I’ve compiled the most common questions — and my answers — below. No. She has her own iPad and texts from there. And no, she can’t secretly download social media apps because the iPad is technically mine, controlled by my thumbprint. When she wants an app, she walks her iPad over to me and says, “Can I get this?” and then I use my thumbprint to get it for her. Or not. Safari is not enabled on the iPad; instead, she FaceTimes, texts, and plays loads of games. The best part is that it doesn’t fit in her back pocket, so it’s not with her everywhere she goes. It stays home, like a heavy Zenith TV from the old days. Sometimes we even set a bowl of fruit on top of it as decor. Instagram accounts receive clusters of “follow requests” from porn bots. There’s isn’t much you can do to prevent that — even if your child’s account is private — but here’s what you can do: tell your kid to forget she ever read that offer to “text and F@*! ugly girls here,” then try not to think about the profile image that will forever live in her list of “blocked accounts.” Or — and I know this is going to sound crazy but stay with me here — just say no to Instagram? (If you need more convincing, read this. It’s by a child psychiatrist.) The goal is not to make your kid feel like a lone wolf howling beneath a black sky with nary the warm glow of a screen to keep her warm. The goal is to grow her pack. There’s strength and solidarity in numbers. If her closest friends opt out too, it might be easier. Need help recruiting her friends’ parents to the cause? Officer Gomez is an SRO (a Student Resource Officer) at a middle school. He is a police officer trained to protect children from school shooters, predators, bullies, drugs, cyber crimes, and the big one: their own stupidity. I watched the below video, mouth agape, barely pausing to breathe, let alone eat the salty snacks I’d brought into bed with my laptop. Start watching seven minutes in. Follow his Facebook page. This SRO is doing heroic work. He needs his own comic book and origin story from DC. I’ve got a byline for the blockbuster: Officer Gomez, not just a cop from Idaho. Yes. She also begs for a new puppy, but I’m fairly certain her life isn’t ruined because we only have one dog. When the begging starts, I remind my daughter that some parents won’t allow slime-making in the house. I’m the mom who buys slime-making material in bulk. I let her friends come over and destroy my house with slime. I try to say yes more than *no *when it comes to most age-appropriate (albeit annoying) interests a preteen might have — yes, even those that come in app form. For example, I say yes to creativity iPad apps, even if they cost a few dollars. There are some very cool drawing apps out there. Since you’re not dropping hundreds on a smartphone with monthly data fees, consider spending $20 on a drawing stylus. My daughter sketched the drawing below using a stylus on a $10 app called Procreate, which I said yes to because I’m the BEST MOM EVER (according to her, after I greenlit the purchase). You can even “splurge” on one of those pen holder thingies for the iPad if your kid is the kind that loses stuff. And if your kid does lose the stylus, no need to pull a Heath Ledger Joker Face. He didn’t lose a $700 smartphone. I feel bad for kids who carry around that kind of responsibility. Children used to want ponies, but we didn’t burden them with the responsibility of caring for one: “Timmy, this pony is yourresponsibility. If you lose it or it dies, my wrath will destroy you psychologically. Do you understand?” Timmy gulps, nods. Another way to compensate for being the meanest mom in the world is to give your kid an “art desk.”* *I bought ours at IKEA for 50 bucks. It’s big and plain and looks like a table. (Important note: We live in a small house. Seriously. Our house is super small. The desk is like an extended member of the family.) I keep it stocked with unusual art supplies, which continue to be more affordable than a smartphone. When my daughter’s friends come over, they gravitate toward the desk. Everything is right there, within reach. Why an art desk? Kids are often bored, aimless, and lost in a fog of their own misery. An art desk is the clink clank clink of a distant carnival tune. It draws them out of the fog and into a candy land of gel pens, mod podge, acrylics, watercolor markers, and coloring books full of farting cats. Preteens are “all in” when it comes to adorably flatulent Kawaii kitties. Art is something to do. Isn’t that what social media is, too? You don’t have to be good at either to pass the time, but I’m fairly confident working with messy, raw materials to create something beats chasing rainbows in the shallows of social media. Do you let your 10-year-old drive the car around town so she’s prepared to drive the highways when she’s 16? We don’t have to prepare our 10-year-old for being 13 or 16 or 27. We can just let her be 10. Kids don’t belong to parents. Their childhood is on loan to us. It’s our job to raise the kid part the best we can, and then they’re supposed to take it from there. It’s an extraordinary responsibility, isn’t it? To be entrusted with another person’s handful of childhood years. We want to raise our kids to be self-directed, strong, independent thinkers. Social media prompts them to over-examinethe lives of their friends, enemies, celebrities, YouTubers, and an endless parade of strangers and porn bots. The result of this constant “examining” can leave a child feeling empty, or worse: not pretty or funny or talented or well-liked enough. Social media isn’t a game kids play, it’s an online identity they cultivate. If you haven’t yet handed over the social media keys to your kids, stay strong. We got this, parents. We can do this.
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Today, February 22nd, the great concert for humanitarian aid to raise $100 million is taking place in the city of Cúcuta, organized by billionaire Richard Branson. The truth has seemed to me an excellent idea because it not only raises funds for so many people in my country who need it, but also leaves in evidence the authoritarian and criminal regime of dictator Nicolas Maduro, who blocked the bridge of Tienditas to prevent the entry of aid. In the concert where thousands of people are arriving to see the presentations and support the cause, more than 32 confirmed international artists will perform, the whole planet will have its eyes on this concert because it represents an incredible event for the freedom of a nation, where a great number of supportive countries and friends of the sovereign people of Venezuela are demonstrating the best of humanity. To make donations from anywhere in the world for this noble cause just do the following: 1- Go to the website https://venezuelaaidlive.com/ and click on "Donate for Venezuela". Within the same page you also have the option to see the concert live. I hope that everyone on this platform committed to the best causes on the planet, support this event for freedom and can spread this great concert for the world to make its contribution to the liberation of Venezuela.
"Hello, is this Mr. Henderson?" There was no real reason for me to pick up the phone. The spam app on my cell called out the mystery number right away. But, hell, I thought. Fuck it. There was no one else left in life for me to talk to. Even a debt collector sounded good at the moment. My wife was murdered in 2015. There really isn’t an easy way to say that other than getting it out of the way early. It was a random robbery gone wrong. One rainy night, some sick tweaking fuck snuck into our house and shot her. The suspect was caught, two days later, and sentenced to life in prison. He still sits there today. I have worked in web development ever since. The job is remote, and the field caters to my hermit-like behavior out here in the woods of northern New Jersey. The lack of drug testing is really just an added benefit. I was perfectly free to fuck up the remainder of my own life. I don't have any friends, anymore. Not really. Sometimes… I guess it is easy to look for companionship in all the wrong places. "Senior or junior?" I replied to the lady with a sigh before settling into the armchair in my office with a bottle of wine. It was raining that night. The wind whipped the old pine tree in our back yard so hard I thought it might topple. "Uhh… Senior," said the pretty, calm voice on the other line. She sounded familiar, but I blamed that notion on the half empty bottle of wine. "Apologies, ma'am, but… Senior died six years ago." I said, a little annoyed at the lack of record keeping at this place. She paused. "Oh gosh… gosh that is not what we have here. I am so sorry, Sir. We were not aware. Please forgive the intrusion and assumption. Would you mind pausing while I check my records?" A filing cabinet clicked steadily in the background as static crinkled. My guess was that the woman held the receiver to her shoulder. I chuckled a bit at the lack of audio quality. "No, no, no that is okay, no problem at all. No worries. Why don't you start by telling me your name?" I asked, cursing myself for the hint of shameless flirting at the end. She giggled. Something about that laugh was very familiar. "My name is Emily, and I work with his credit card company," she said in a rehearsed tone. "Unfortunately, we cannot divulge which firm over the phone if you are not on the account… which uh… you just admitted yourself, of course…" "Okay.” "I am guessing that you are Mr. Henderson's son," she mumbled while audibly thumbing through papers. "Yes ma'am, that's right. But it's been years… I could not possibly be stuck with the old man’s debt, right?" I asked hopefully. "Well, let's check, shall we?" there was a panicked shuffling and opening of books in the background. "I am so sorry, Sir," she replied with a regretful tone. "The rules are in one of those three-ring binders, and they are very difficult to find. Please hold for a moment." "That's okay… did not know anybody still kept records that way… do I get an e-mail confirmation of this charge as well?" I asked. "Excuse me?" "Email… like… electronic mail. A confirmation of the charge?" I asked again, allowing my confusion to turn to frustration. What was this lady’s problem? "We don’t do that here… still a few years away from all those fancy features,” she continued. “But as you know, late payments are a pretty serious issue. They can even affect the credit score of an individual when a large amount has not been paid." "Okay, okay, of course," I said, genuinely starting to grow worried and a bit flustered. "What can I do?" "Is there a Mrs. Henderson in the household?" she asked quietly. "Mrs. Henderson died in ‘06,” "What year did you say? Oh my gosh. That is so horrible. I really am batting one thousand today." I gasped. That was it. That phrase. I don't know if it was the way she said it, or the fact that simply not that many people used that exact language. But as soon as she did… something clicked in my memory. My wife worked for a credit card company, before we met. Her name was also Emily. The voice sounded like hers… but it was younger. More hopeful than I remembered. "What is your last name?" I asked. The line was silent. "Look, look, I know that's a weird question. But please, I think we know each other.” "I can't give that information out…" she started "Okay. Did you go to Jefferson Memorial High School?" "Yes…" she said, astonished. "How did you know that?" It was impossible. Emily was dead. The voice on the phone barely even sounded like her. It was younger, happier, more optimistic. This type of dream was actually the type of thing that had kept me up a million sleepless nights in the past. And yet, I was awake. Could it be a coincidence? "Is your mother's name Eva?" There was silence on the other end of the line. Then her mouse-like reply confirmed my suspicions. "Who is this?" I took a deep breath. Either I understood what was happening, or I lost my mind. Might as well enjoy the ride. “This next question is going to sound strange. What is today's date?" "I am sorry, Sir… what..? One moment." She paused and shuffled around some more papers. "Today's date is July 9th, 1999." It was impossible. Could it be the storm? The anniversary of her death? "Emily, listen to me." "Okay, Sir, this conversation is getting a little strange… let's keep it to the payment plan…" "Listen to me very carefully…. One day…. one day you are going to meet a man. You are going to love him, Emily. And he will love you more than you ever know.” I had to give her something to remember. “On your first holiday together, he will buy you one gift for all twelve days of Christmas.” "Sounds dreamy," she replied with a laugh and a sigh. “Are you one of those psychics?" "I am serious. You will marry this man, Emily. He will buy you the ring you always wanted. The ceremony will be In a beautiful one in your home town. Your entire family will be there, including Aunt Zelda and your grandma from Tennessee.." “I like this fortune cookie,” she said with dripping sarcasm. “But two years later, on July 9th, 2015, you will be murdered in the home you share together.” She shifted the phone nervously. "So what do I do?” First, I tried to tell her to avoid the house that day. To never date me, to stay away forever and find a better life somewhere else. But somewhere in the middle of my rant, the line disconnected to the tune of a blood curdling scream. I called back to find a non-working number. She never answered again. I fell asleep listening to the thunder rolling through the sky. The scream from that night repeated from time to time while flashes of her body on the floor occasionally invaded my mind. I never questioned the call. I never asked why. Maybe it was God; maybe it was just time. But yesterday morning, when I woke up… Emily was by my side.
You just need to use it. By Emily Rose Dallara What is blockchain? Most blogs and articles are written by the people and companies who built a type of technology called ‘blockchain’. They want you to understand all the ins and outs, the way it works, why it works and what you should do with it. There are plenty of well-written articles like that. We don’t need to add another one. So, for everyone who really doesn’t get tech -- blockchain is something that works in the background to make transactions happen in cryptocurrency. You will hear the term ‘decentralized’ thrown around, which means that no one organization can alter the data embedded in the blockchain. By the way, if you still don’t quite get cryptocurrency -- it’s just another name for another type of ‘currency’ that’s not part of a country, region or institution. It’s an alternative method of payment that isn’t controlled by a third party, you have full control of the money. You control the passwords and sending and receiving money requires no personal information. It’s really handy. You can pay for loads of things, and you don’t need a bank account in most cases. Crypto is helping countries like Venezuela survive hyperinflation and it removes transactional barriers country-to-country. It’s also not affected by the state of the banking system. No ring fencing needed here. A quick low down on cryptocurrency and the banks can be found in our previous article. So, the blockchain… **The ‘blockchain’ isn’t a tangible thing. **It’s basically a list of transactions, addresses, numbers, and letters. Think of it like a foundation for people to add to and make useable, but sometimes just fun stuff. When crypto-fanatics who talk about; the tech, apps, nodes, and forks--and you’re not into technology in the slightest, you’ll glaze over pretty fast--and that’s ok, we can’t all be that way inclined. But just so you know, the people who build on the blockchain develop some really incredible things--like; Honest Cash, BITBOX and the new Peaceful Warrior online payment system Atomic Pay. How can you use blockchain every day? The most obvious apps that anyone can get a hang of, that happen to be part of ‘the blockchain’ are **wallets, **used to store your cryptocurrency. (A bit like Revolut, Paypal wallets and the app you use to check your online banking.) You can use them in real life, not just online. That bar you go to for post-work drinks every Friday; you could even use a wallet to pay for your drinks there. The bar just needs a wallet or a super simple crypto point of sale system (Bitpay has a great one). To pay for your drinks, just send them money from your wallet. Usually, this requires scanning a QR code on their phone and swiping ‘send’. They receive the money almost instantly and it costs a fraction of a cent. No need for pin codes, cash and in some cases even wifi isn’t needed. You are using blockchain technology is you use a crypto debit card. Bitpay has one for US customers and if you’re in Europe, Bitnovo has a really simple Mastercard backed one that currently supports seven cryptocurrencies. Alongside this card ( much like Revolut ) you have an app that allows the user to top up their card and find places to use it in the surrounding location. These cards are great if you want to spend crypto but a merchant doesn’t have a wallet or POS system themselves. Of course, there is no one stopping you from helping them to set up their own wallet, and then sending them some cryptocurrency to get them started! What if you don’t have any crypto? So forget the blockchain, you just want some crypto to buy stuff with. Here are your options for getting started that won’t drive you up the wall or require too much tech knowledge. 1. Visit free.bitcoin.com. In return for downloading a wallet, they will send you some free Bitcoin Cash. Free money yay! 2. Find a friend who has cryptocurrency send them some money and get them to immediately send you the same amount, but in your chosen crypto. 3. Use an exchange--we’re working on a super simple guide to get you through setting up an account. But if you’re eager to get your hands on some crypto--Coinbase does a pretty good job and is very beginner friendly. Really, ‘Blockchain technology’ is a buzzword, crypto is just another type of ‘money’ that’s broken down into different ‘coins’.Think of Bitcoin Cash or Dash as like the USD, ETH like the Euro and Bitcoin as Gold-- you wouldn’t try to spend it in a store because it’s way too much effort and pricey. You store it to see if you can make future gains or as keep as a stable asset. You can spend cryptocurrency on our website, no tech knowledge needed and it’s a step by step process. No messing. That’s how we like it, straight up and simple. Just like our crypto.
Numberofthings was one of the very first users to start utilizing the Honest Cash platform. It has only been A FEW SHORT WEEKS however the rewards already coming in!! It may not seem like much to some but .2 BCH, $27.95 USD for simply sharing content which I enjoy creating is an amazing start. Especially considering current market prices. At this rate the Honest Cash platform is easily the most rewarding platform I can think of and far outpaces Steem for rewarding it's creators. THINK HONEST! BE HONEST! CURATE HONEST CASH!
It appears to be a form of universal intuition that sound can deeply affect our physiological and emotional states. We see this in the meditative trance state induced by the chants of Buddhist monks. One could claim that far removed from spiritual practice, we can hear that one tune dropped in the club which instantly fills up the dance-floor and forces you to jack your body -- although I would say the presence or lack of spirituality here is up for debate. The takeaway is that music is a universal language understood by all. Consider the tired mother singing her baby a lullaby or the high pitched whistle inserted by John Lennon to irritate dogs at the end of 'Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band' – this effect of sound even extends from young to old and even beyond humans as a species. In my own experience I’ve always found a particular piece of music to find solace in while navigating the choppier waters of this life. One group decided to take this idea to it’s logical extreme – and so it is my pleasure to introduce Marconi Union – a three-piece electronic outfit from Manchester, England. They decided to create music that could confirm our intuition and vindicate the knowledge already attained by experts in the field of sound healing. This desire manifested itself in the group’s 2011 track 'Weightless', created in collaboration with the British Academy of Sound Therapy. Listen to Weightless here. :) When you first listen to 'Weightless', you may become conscious of an instant change in your mental and physiological state. This is no coincidence but a pre-meditated scientifically studied sum of causes. 'Weightless' is the result of a set of carefully composed rhythmic structures, non-repeating melody and field recordings engineered to create a lush, sprawling 8-minute musical voyage. This thoughtful composition has been shown to slow the listener’s heart rate, reduce blood pressure and even lower our levels of cortisol (commonly referred to as the ‘stress hormone’). Leading expert Dr. David Lewis-Hodgson of Mindlab International, the institution which carried out the research, came to the conclusion that listening to 'Weightless' could reduce anxiety by up to 65%, in addition to a 35% reduction in the test subjects’ standard physiological resting rates. When we hear chart hits, being able to predict the next note of a track is the rule rather than the exception. This creates engaging hooks that lodge in our brains and keep you up at night as ‘Baby Shark’ plays on repeat, having infiltrated your very psyche. A quick tip for those suffering from an endlessly looping track in their end is to listen to the song right through to the end… and voila, the glitch in your brain can be fixed: your life is no longer buffering. You see: our brains are essentially lazy. Our mind is constantly looking for shortcuts and will eventually drift off when we can no longer predict what is coming next in a musical piece. Like the rain following the plough, our bodies react in accordance. Rhythms compel us to act: sometimes the physical urge will give way to the mental and vice-versa, but it stems from our mind's interpretation of sound. Psychedelic pioneers Funkadelic hit the nail on the head all the way back in 1970 when they urged listeners to "Free your mind and your ass will follow". So when study participants were listening to tracks such as Weightless, they were instructed to complete puzzles which would increase stress levels. The participants were connected to sensors to allow for measurement of stress indicators, and were played different compositions. 'Weightless' emerged as the clear winner -- a testament to the power of sound and its mysterious ability to change our state of consciousness.  If you enjoyed this piece, I would recommend listening to Kelly Lee Owen's eponymous debut LP. Kelly Lee Owen's relaxed electronica draws from her own time spent working in a lung cancer ward -- and her subsequent realisation of the healing power of music. If you do listen to 'Weightless', I would love to hear your thoughts! Read more about KLO here, and don't forget support the artists! ;)
We live in a new economy where society is adapting to the new financial operations and processes in the Crypto world, everything is changing dramatically, because there is a need to demonstrate the effective functioning of the new alternatives with respect to finance in these early years of the twenty-first century. In Honest Cash and in all platforms based on cryptocurrency we are committed to do well to be successful and implement innovations and make more attractive the work of creating quality content. I live in a country that has one of the most serious and unprecedented economic crises on the planet, such as Venezuela, but through the world of Crypto I have been able to find authentic financial stability, through my contribution of quality in each of the spaces to which I belong. The possibility that we have is infinite and this awakens a great feeling of emotion in those who once thought that this could be a utopia, but the most relevant thing is that we can already feel the future that lies in our own hands. All of us who come here can shape what we want Honest Cash to become and when I really write I always keep sincerity as the basis of presentation. Words come globally to the intelligent community that is paying attention, which are linked to ideas that can succeed from a partial or definite aspect. The opportunity we have to be pioneers will determine the concentration lapses to drive the best projects.
Numberofthings has been an IT technician and consultant for nearly 2 decades. In that time he has become A+ Certified, a Network Security Admin, and Apple Certified. He enjoys hands on work, troubleshooting, and building custom computers.
@Ezincrypto on Cent asked me if I made a post about memo.cash. While I have, it's been a while since I've made a post about all the social networks I use… and, well, that whole thing could use a bit of an update. About a month ago I was trying to stretch my testing at around 16-ish social networks, interconnecting and using all of them, which was exhausting, but incredibly interesting. But also exhausting. I also made a post where I linked all the profiles I have. In this post, I'm going to cover which ones are my favorite, first, and why I'm still using them, so you can start using them too if you'd like, sooner than later, and then which ones I've stopped using, and why. -1. Memo. Obviously, I'm still using Memo. Memo is currently essentially similar to Twitter, mainly in terms of how long of posts you can make, although it technically has the ability to expand. What's great about Memo is that it can't be censored since it's on the blockchain, you can tip people a custom amount, or simply like their posts without tipping. Every action is on the blockchain (both BCH-SV (BSV) and BCH-ABC (BCH)), but the cost of the actions is so small (244 sats), that's it's practically free. Likewise, the minimum tip you can do is 546 sats, which is also practically nothing. (Currently, $1 USD = 27,795 Satoshi) People have speculated about the idea of the price of 1 satoshi being $1, and I think that's missing the point, just as the idea of holding bitcoin until it gets to $20,000 and plus to make tons of money. Why? Because that's the short game, not the long game.I'm not saying appreciating that idea is bad, but if it's your sole motivation, you're selling the potential and point of the project of bitcoin short: Financial freedom worldwide, where anyone can trade and with anyone else without a middleman, without censorship. And yeah, you'll make a ton of money in the process in bits and pieces over time. So will everyone else. If only you benefit, and you're only focused on your own benefit, you're going to lose out on the biggest boon that the combination of crypto with social networks makes possible. You can see, for instance, on aforementioned post talking about the $1 idea, that crypto-conspiracies would go to a site to just cash out 217 sats each hour. I get tips that exceed that every day on memo, just by posting the same way I would on Facebook! (After all, the minimum is 546.) And I haven't even touched on my favorite feature of memo: Infinite replies. I've long had a dream that each and every reply you make to someone could be its own post. Memo has that!I also tested it out and posted about it on matter.cash… and if it wasn't currently down for upgrading*, I'd share the example I posted to there. The ironic issue with that is that if there are enough replies, well… your computer slows to a crawl trying to load everything! *"Serverless blogs and tokenized communities on Bitcoin SV metanet. Coming soon. Join the publishing revolution." -2. Honest. Honest.cash solved for that. After 5 responses deep, "Load more replies" I was on Honest before Cent, and for a while, Honest.cash was easier to use than Cent. -3. Cent. However, currently, "Cent is easy copy-paste" compared with Honest. So, I'm consistently using Memo, and Honest and Cent are battling for my attention, with Cent currently in the overall lead because it's the only site with easy copy-paste + hyperlinking. Obviously, I'm also using Facebook, but the whole idea of all of this is that Facebook is a censoring fascist controlling anti-human data-grubbing Big Brother monstrosity, so even though it's still the most advanced in terms of social interactivity, it's a terrible idea not to spread out to other social networks that have a freedom mindset with freedom tools. One difference to note regarding Memo, Honest, and Cent, is that Memo and Honest use Bitcoin, whereas Cent uses Ethereum. Now, for the sites that I'm using much less, and why, starting with the more popular ones: -1. Steemit. Steemit is by far the most famous alternative social network. It's payout scheme confuses me to no end, and if you don't have the social credits to post, you can't. It's a mess, though still quite a popular option for a lot of people. You might enjoy it too. I occasionally post there, but rarely. -2. Weku. Weku is based off of an older version of Steemit, with the intent to do the money stuff differently, without/against the use of whales. Until some weird stuff happened with my password, it was one of my go-to's for posting. Now… not so much. -3. Minds. Minds is almost as popular as Steemit. Bill Ottman, co-founder, has spoken a lot on YouTube about the philosophy of going toward open-source. One of the key features of Minds is the Boost feature, where you can show your posts to everyone, or a select group of people, and the cost is tokens, which you can earn by posting to Minds and logging in each day. Initially, you could make posts that were private/unlisted, and provide the link, making it similar to YouTube's unlisted. Now, there's only the option for public/subscribed. Some people enjoy using Minds. I'm not very fond of the format myself. It feels very spammy and random to me. -4. MeWe. MeWe is presented as an alternative to Facebook, and lots of Facebook people have eschewed Facebook for MeWe. Apparently, you can't be censored on MeWe, and there's lots of nudity on there. However, you cannot link your posts to anywhere else, which is why I don't use MeWe: It's a closed system. -5. Yours. Yours was created by Ryan X. Charles, who is now focused on The Money Button, from what I understand. Yours was the first website I was aware of to utilize the combination of the finances of Bitcoin Cash with social networks. Yours has an incentivized and ranking voting system, and you can learn about it by visiting it's channel. Here's an interview with ColbertReport, as well. Some current flaws that are fatal for my wanting to use, talk about, or promote Yours include that you cannot currently join the site, you cannot reply to comments, and it was down for 1-2 months recently with no explanation from Ryan whatsoever. This has been a lot of writing, so I'm going to go through these last ones a bit faster, with less detail, and if you want to check them out for yourself, feel free. And, before I go to some less well-known sites, a quick shoutout to two growing Patreon alternatives: -1. SubscribeStar. -2. BitBacker. Now, for some less well-known sites: -1. Ello. Ello functions in a way similar to Instagram, Facebook, and Weku/Steemit/Cent, in my mind, in that posts are laid out in a very visual style (that I'm not especially fond of), and you can hyperlink text. There is, however, no earnings program. Aside from the visual format, it is quite close to the aim I had to make what I called "Social Wiki", an idea of combining the social elements of Facebook with the deep linking of Wikipedia. -2. Sola. Sola seems to function similar to Steemit, in that you need to have enough credits to post, though instead of a sort-of related app like eSteem, Sola has its own app. I made a few posts and then ran out of credit, and stopped using the app. I'm looking at it again and I can post again, though I find the layout very disorienting. -3. Smoke. There's only one thing you need to know about Smoke: ONLY POST MARIJUANA CONTENT. (Or just mostly, like 80-90%) Seriously. That's all you need to know. I at first was overjoyed by finding it, because its format looks like a direct copy of Steemit/Weku, but it has an app! I was in heaven. I first found out they didn't like the association with Weku. I then quickly found that the community there HATES it when people post ANYTHING on a regular basis if it isn't weed related. Don't even bother if it's not about weed. Seriously. They can't censor you, but you will not enjoying being there AT ALL. And that's why I stopped posting there. For a hot second I got the same impression from Cent that I got from Smoke, but that's faded since. -4. Whaleshares. I'm not sure what Whaleshares is or how it functions. I'm still trying to sign up. -5. PornHub. Well, you don't have to post just porn there, as Disenthrall found out. And now, for some miscellaneous stuff… There are also alternative videos sites: -1. D.tube. D.tube is connected with Steemit. Whatever you post to D.tube is posted to your Steemit. I've been having the darndest time uploading videos to there though. -2. Keyport.tv. You log into Keyport via your HandCash, which uses BSV. Keyport is currently down and under development. You can earn for each minute/second of content of yours that people watch, or you can set it for free, and people only pay the fee for the video to be seen via the service… I think. I've had more success with uploading to Keyport than I have with D.tube, although it's still quite difficult and generally I can only post short clips, although I've seen others post much longer ones. -3. BitChute. BitChute enables you to hook up your YouTube to make your content more resistant to censorship. It can be a bit of a process, but quite worth it in this censorship day and age of YouTube. -4. Bit.tube I haven't had much experience with Bit.tube, but here's a mention for it. But here's a video from Disenthrall about it. As well, there are alternate audio sites: -1. CastBox. -2. SoundCloud. There are also up-and-coming sites: -1. Trybe. -2. Yen. There's is also a push to include adult content on the blockchain: -1. SpankChain. SpankChain, where you can be tipped in crypto. I'm on Chaturbate, and the difference of difficulty for signing up is quite apparent, as while on Chaturbate you don't need to give your information to watch, unless you're also a performer yourself, you have to give all that information (like your license) upfront. The process, I've found, is much more difficulty than I was expecting, and I still haven't signed up. -2. Tube8. This certainly got exhausting to write. It's also going to be exhausting to cross-post. However, this is one of the few posts where cross-posting is relevant, makes sense, and matters. That's weird that it was so easy to copy-paste from Weku to Yours. I like that. Minds, Honest. I like how Ello automatically includes the Weku format into links. Cent, Facebook, Memo, Bitbacker, Steemit. (Thank goodness the links transferred from Weku to Honest!)
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https://d.tube/#!/v/acfautv/lx4pj37u Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) (Using Honest.cash and DTube to avoid the censorship) This is I'll call for an uprising. Welcome to today's show folks. Today'S episode, i would say, is up: there is one of the most important ones for you to watch. Ok, this is very important information. This will help. You understand why we're in the predicament we're in I'll help, you understand, mind, control and how it really works and how we're all under this hypnosis that we've been put under by the Antichrist system. Ok, for starters, the word mind-control. You need to separate from thinking that it's some crazy conspiracy theory word and it's not true. Your brain is like a computer. It could be programmed to believe this to believe that can be molded. It could be manipulated. That'S how the human brain works. Ok and television is the number one way to get somebody under my control, and I will explain to you how, for starters, on average Americans spend over 38 hours a week watching television, which is an insane amount of hours sitting in front of this box? Ok, so it shows you how much people are putting television into their lives, how much of a mainstay it is in their lives. 38 hours, it's almost a full work week for some people. Okay, so you have to understand the brain I'm going to do this, as simply as I can, I'm not going to go crazy here with big words and confuse you, but let's think of it in two different ways: right. Your brain works in two phases: okay, beta waves and alpha waves; okay, beta waves, that's when you're awake, you're, doing critical thinking; okay, you're, making choices in a beta state. An alpha state is deep: relaxation; okay, it's like daydreaming or being in hypnosis. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) Okay studies have been done that when you turn on the TV and you watch the television in under 60 seconds, your brain goes from being in a beta state into an alpha state. Okay, so they go from a beta into an alpha. Alpha state is a it's a passive learning experience. Okay, it's the right side of your brain is taking control. Your left side, which does critical thinking, is now shutting off. Okay, you can still learn while you were in an alpha state. You just can't decode things. So when you're watching TV, okay and the left side of your brain is off and they're pushing stuff on the news, they're pushing propaganda, they're, pushing new music artists are telling you. This is great, and that is great. Your beta waves and your brain are not functioning. Your alpha waves are can't decode what's going on, but it's taking all the information in and it's storing it. It'S like you're, an autopilot right, you're watching it, but you're you're in a daydreaming state and you're, just taking in all the information that you're not really questioning it or decoding it, you're, just watching it because you're under hypnosis in a sense and you're. Storing all this information in your head without decoding it, okay, thus you are in a hypnotic state. So when you see news anchors talking the way they talk right and they say well, this person went to a news anchor school. They learn to talk this way and look you right in the eyes notice how they always are looking you in the eyes or looking in the camera lens: okay, just like a hypnotist you're, getting sleepy right, they're, looking right into your eyes, speaking in this monotone, yet Authoritative voice, while you're in a hypnotic state and they're force-feeding you false information and lies. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) So while your brain is in the alpha state, it's taking all this information and it's just storing it. Okay and at some point, you're going to use it like the next day. At a water-cooler at work, you might bring up something you heard on the news and then talk about it like it's real, but you never decoded it. You'Ve pretty much picked up this information without even knowing it, okay, but what they do. Is they desensitize your brain? Okay, so, while you're in a hypnotic state and you're in an alpha state watching these shows or watching the news, okay, they're desensitizing, you like when we see movies over and over at the same plot of this attack, that's coming from above. It'S alien attack right there desensitizing your brain for when it happens, you're not going to react and jump out of your seat because you're even desensitized to it you've been conditioned. That'S part of the conditioning process. Okay and you can do things in your regular day-to-day life. In an alpha state so just like, when you tie your shoes you're in an alpha state, the first time you tie your shoes you're in a beta state right because you're learning how to tie you've, never tied a shoe before up here. It is I'm learning how to do it now. It'S just common nature right. You know how to tie it. Just like driving a car people jump in an alpha state because it's just a routine, which is scary in a sense because you should be in a beta stages. You always should be aware and looking around, but you can slip in and out from a beta to an alpha, but when you're watching TV you are in an alpha state, okay, so they can force feed you information and without your brain being able to debunk it Because the beta part of your brain is shut off, so there's no critical thinking going on, and this is how we've gotten to where we are today, because nobody is critically thinking everybody's, getting force-fed information that acting like they know everything believing that it's the truth, because they heard it on a TV because they are under hypnosis, then they go out and they regurgitate this false information. And then, when people like me or other people out there trying to get the truth out their talk, they say these people are crazy man to hear these people and it's really embarrassing on there and because they're under such hypnosis that hearing anything other than what they've Been told under this hypnotic state hearing anything that questions it or is different from it, their body just completely shuts down and puts a wall up, attacking it right. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) They attack people attack conspiracy, theorists quote uncle or people truthers. They attack you because they have a wall up, they have a wall up because they've been forced to believe lies and information and they've never used critical thinking. Okay, they never try to debunk anything. They'Ve never questioned anything they've heard because the hypnotic state they were in completely brainwashed them into believing false information. Okay and then, when they carry over to a beta state, which probably barely happens this day and age, because people are under mind-control 24/7 because they're on their devices 24/7. So when you look down and see somebody constantly on their phone they're in a an alpha state. Okay, so it's important to know the difference between the two and that's why we are where we are because nobody's using critical thinking, nobody's questioning these things, because when they're in an alpha state and they're under this hypnosis they're getting force-fed all this false information, they're getting Told who to like right, like Katy, Perry like Rihanna, okay, these are the foods you should eat. This is the music you should listen to. This is who you should vote for here. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) Are your two fake presidential candidates? You get to pick you get to vote, get out there and vote it matters believing in this false system that they've set up which isn't real right, because none of it's real, it's a controlled reality. They already have everything predetermined. They already know who the president's going to be. They know what events are going to happen because they plan them out, but by keeping you in hypnosis in an alpha state and force feeding you all this information, this false world around us becomes true. Why? Because your brain has process all this information, while it was not critically thinking, okay and it's processing it as truth, because it's never decoded it, it's never tried to question it or try to ask what is this that I'm forgetting to shove down my throat? Okay, then you go back out into the real world, you regurgitate all of this false information and that's how we got to the point that we're at that's: why, in the last 100 so years, everything is run as just guns from zero to a hundred. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) That's how fast they've assured in the Antichrist movement from the beginning of the Industrial Age, right with everybody having a television in their house, creating false events right, false signs. It'S like the moon, landing and all those things that they've created, because the television you perceive. As truth, you jump in you watch it in alpha state, whatever they show you, your brain, debunks, its truth and reality, because it's not critically thinking or questioning any of it. This information is so vital to understand. Okay and it goes much deeper, but I'm trying to symbolize it, make it as simple as I possibly can, because I know people out there can't listen for longer than 5 to 10 minutes. They can't process this kind of information, because if I use a couple words that they've never heard before, like alpha and beta their brain will shut off and say then it's kind of boring. What what I want to watch the video he did on Rihanna's, or somebody like that? Well, this is the most important information, so I'm trying to symbolize it as much as I possibly can right. There'S two sides: the left and the right, the beta in the Alpha and the hypnosis occurs in the Alpha State. So what I'm saying is: do your best to remain in a beta state, try to remain at a conscious level. It'S amazing! Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) When you look at the studies that they've done from watching TV and going into an alpha state, if you pick up a book and start reading, you jump right back into a beta state, because your brain is using critical thought: okay, you're using you're, not in a Hypnotic trance, when you're, when you're reading a book so you're using your beta, but it's television, its television they've, learned that through doing studies the Nazi scientists. Okay, how do you think Hitler got all these people behind him through his mind? Control films, a triumph of the will they learned through all these six studies that they did, how to get control of a human beings mind and that's how we are where we are today. That'S why there's so many sheep? That'S why there's so many people out there? You look at them and go wow. This person is beyond an idiot. They can't even process thought because they're, not processing, thought they're getting fed a false doctrine, they're getting fed false lies and they're, perceiving them as reality, and then they walk around like robots, not critically. Thinking and anyone who questions these things they've already been told through watching the TV, because they constantly talk about conspiracy, theorists on the television to desensitize these people and get them conditioned to think that anyone who questions this stuff is a loony living in his parents basement. Okay, who has a false vision of real who's, just a crazy, crazy person, and that's why people jump on people like me or other truthers and attack and say? Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) Oh, this is the know how many people write on my wall and say the funniest thing. I'Ve ever heard and yadda yadda yadda and I don't get upset. I shake my head. I just say man. These people are just so so, like you know, because they don't know about this stuff. They don't know about something like the Kabbalah or something about something like you know, mind control these things. They'Ve never been taught this. So when they hear it, they just think it's crazy and laugh because all I know is a false doctrine. They'Ve heard from the television set, which is just dumb them down to a point where they can't even critically think anymore, so be aware - and I know a lot of people follow this channel - don't watch a lot of TV. Some do that's not a judgment on you. If you do or you don't, we know that nothing but bad comes out of the television set. That'S for sure, but obviously I watch it to follow what agendas they have planned and what they're doing - and I see it because I watch it in a beta state. I always make sure I watch in the beta state, I'm always thinking saying what is this. Why are they saying that got it got it got it taking notes, while I'm watching sometimes that's what you need to do. Try not to ever slip into an alpha say because then they could force-feed you stuff. They can force feed it into your brain. Okay, then you're going to think of it. It'S truth because it's just going to pop up into your mind the next day or a week later or whenever, whenever your brain trigger it gets triggered in your brain, and you have never debunked it because it just got pushed into your head. While you were in an alpha state, so think about these things, think about how simple mind control really is and how true and real it is people here, mind control and they say. Oh, like, like the conspiracy theory, things like this Bourne Supremacy, ha ha ha ha you're crazy, like they're, so naive. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) To believe that something like that couldn't happen, like think about the brain and how to program and how you have likes and dislikes and things that you do and you don't do, it's all part of basic programming, we've all been programmed and look how civilization has changed As the days of little house in the Prairie to today and the quality of life right and the quality of being independent on your seller to proceed to be dependent on yourself for food and all these things, and now how dependent we are of government. In a socialist world that we live in socialist society, it's only 150 years ago, little lost in the prairies 150 years ago. Ok, building your own house hunting your own food farming, your own stuff, focusing on your family focus, focusing on God right and then 150 years later. Look where we are. There is no God, as the logger allowed in this world right. Nobody knows that it do anything anymore because we're dependent on the government, because we are always in an alpha state. We are always put under this trance and we are never told how to be self-sufficient. Nobody knows how to be self-sufficient because they won't allow you to be self-sufficient. They don't want you to be self-sufficient, okay, because when they are in the Antichrist, they know that you're going to be accepting of the Antichrist for lots of reasons, and they want you to be because they want your soul to go with him. The Antichrist to go to Satan because they know you're going to be dependent on them and you're going to need them, because you can't do anything. I know because you can't freely think you can't figure out. What'S going on it's like. If you see somebody, you take their phone and just say you snap their phone over your leg or you threw it in the water. A person would have a meltdown, a meltdown, they would go bananas, they would probably hit you or try to hit you. They would cry they would go frantic because of how dependent they've made us on the technology right. So even when you're not in front of your TV and you're on your phone out somewhere you're still going into an alpha state because there's so force-feeding you've. Just false information: that's why one of the many reasons other than tracking you they want you to have a cell phone. They want you to have devices always on you, because they can always keep you in this alpha state and that you'll never have a chance to wake up and jump into a beta state. You'Ll always be in an alpha. So you don't have to be in your living room anymore. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) You can watch TV on the train on the bus at work. Right always always always keeping you asleep. Okay, because that's what the Alpha state is. It'S a it's, a deep relaxation right! It'S a deep relaxation! It'S a hypnotic see it's like daydreaming. So again, these things are important. We watch this video. If you didn't understand it look deeper into mind, control and just how the brain works enough to be a brain surgeon to understand how the brain works. It'S pretty basic. Any things are important because then you can understand how they, how you have been led to feel one way or the other way, because it's through manipulation. When people comment on eyewall about the race, where they refuse to believe that it's it's controlled by the media, they think it's this real thing. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) That's going on right because, they're being their mind, is being molded and pushed the way that they want it to be pushed. That'S exactly what they want, you to think think. The way they tell you to think, which means don't think believe in our lives. Obey us be dependent on us. I'D never use your brain to critically. Think, and if you hear somebody who speaks against this system, they are a quote/unquote conspiracy theories or a crazy person. You should laugh at them and that's what happens. That'S where we are where we are - and this is just basic mind - control that were under okay, pray to not be under the mind-control pray to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, pray to the Holy Spirit, pray to our Father that we all are led out of This that we could save our brothers and sisters and get them out of this hypnotic trance that they're in and bring them back to our Father. That'S what matters most here! Thank you for listening to today's show. I hope this information is helpful. Video available on DTube (Audio version of the text with slides) Honest https://honest.cash/profile/ACallForAnUprising Steemit https://steemit.com/@acfautv Twitter https://twitter.com/acfautv Facebook https://www.facebook.com/A-Call-For-An-Uprising-428205471337908
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