Big Tech has been picking winners and losers for a generation now – more specifically, for my generation that came into young adulthood of our 20’s and 30’s during the Internet Age.
It occurs to me the more I consider this that the truth in our day is much like the plot of a dystopian piece of science fiction. How else do you explain the double-speak and double-think?
Radical Leftists at Twitter may be sick to their stomachs. Many will doubtless stage walkouts and strikes, and some may even resign. To that I say, ‘Good riddance.’
I’m still waiting on a response from Twitter to my second appeal, having gotten nothing back from the first one except assurances that I did in fact violate the Twitter Rules.
Once again we see how the Left calls “hate speech” that kind of talk which they hate. And when they can’t rebut the logic and irony, they resort to cancellation.
Have you read Spotify’s Platform Rules? I thought I had, but then a new notice started appearing yesterday morning when publishing my latest podcast episode.
For us to not know the situation with Big Tech and yet uncritically participate in the grand social surveillance and engineering experiment would be a disaster.
Our family Christmas gift this past year was an Oculus Quest 2, and I must say that for all my concerns about the Metaverse we have had a great deal of fun with our first foray into VR.
Both the fact that I left and the fact that I returned bother me. In an effort to sort through why, this episode is dedicated to unpacking the whole messy situation as I see it.
The point is not to hitch our hope-wagon to the horse of South African billionaires. The point is that men like Musk see in Christians a bulwark for civilization against Wokism.