Issue #555: Again, our KPIs do not reflect reality
We target consumption and ephemeral growth at all costs to keep the charade alive. Slowly but surely destroying the ability of individuals to pull themselves up from their bootstraps by accumulating capital to deploy to a (hopefully) profitable endeavor in the future.
Issue #543: The Fat Lady may be taking the stage
The lingering question that sits on the top of my mind as all of this goes down. IF this is the popping of the "everything bubble", is will people continue to put their trust in the politicians, bankers, and economists who obviously did a poor job of creating long-term stability post-2008?
Issue #463: The case for privacy
As Meltem points out in the highlighted section above, privacy is something we must continuously fight for lest we get complacent and find ourselves enabling the construction of a digital panopticon that will inevitably enslave our minds and ability to think and act freely.
Issue #453: Is Bitcoin, dare I say, back?
Today is a startling reminder of the inherent FOMO and adrenaline rushes that come with big Bitcoin price movements. There's something about it that revs up the animal spirits of those involved. I feel it. I know you freaks feel it. It's unavoidable.
Issue #422: The death knell of modern monetary policy
It is time to WAKE THE FUCK UP and realize that all is not well in the world. Especially the world of money. It's time to call bullshit on this nonsense and start talking about how we can end this 100-year experiment which has led to the one of the biggest wealth divides the world has ever seen.