TechnoAgorist is a daily program which focuses on the intersection of technology and agorism in our everyday lives.
Episode 52 - The One-Size-Fits-All Blockchain
Everyone seemingly has their favorite crypto project and blockchain. But, is there such a thing as a one-size-fits-all blockchain? Should there be?
Episode 51 - Mixed Signals
Many people are moving to Signal, the messaging application. But, how secure is it? Can we trust that messages sent on it will remain private?
Episode 50 - The Memory Hole
After decades of the almost completely free spread of information, the web has now become the center of history's greatest censorship battle. Don't let yourself be memory-holed.
Episode 49 - Crypto Is Money
People who think of cryptocurrencies as something to hold, something to invest in miss the point. Crypto is designed to do things that only crypto can do and its value is in its utility, in its use as money.
Episode 48 - Live Simply
My goal for 2021 is to live simply. This means focusing on the things which I value most and setting aside the things I don't.
Episode 47 - The What About Bobification of America
What About Bob was funnier when it was just a movie.
Techno-Agorist, yes please
This man is really smart and is talked about quite a bit from my father. I decided to start listening and its great. I myself love computers and algorithm. But I never thought about using many different browsing software. Plus the episode about self-teaching , I can so much to that i have to do that in my class. Anyway this is a amazing podcast. I must thank my father (The Morning Drive With David) for telling me about this podcast.
Broken Record ...
He’s right. I’m not arguing against agorism. I believe he’s ever closer to actual agorism than another agorist podcast to which I’ve listened.
I just think you’ve heard it all once you’ve listened to the first two episodes. The podcast is short (which is also fine), but it is way too long to pass on the message he’s trying to share. How about episodes to discuss practical application (episode 25 comes closest) of living free in an unfree world? Also, the connection to the childishly dramatic, dogmatic, and condescending MLGA network and podcast takes this podcast down a notch or two. The three episodes recasting from the the MLGA podcast were thick with emotional bias. The facts demonstrate the ATF & FBI’s evils or at least their hypocrisy and ineptitude. There’s no reason to come across as a tin foil hat wearer with the emotional dramatics. It kills the easy message to all but the already dedicated fanboys. That’s not helping getting message out.
Best libertarian podcast
Every episode Ryan shines light into the darkness of the dystopian government run hellscape that is our world. He educates the listener and inspires hope. If you want to live free and make a difference in the world, if you want to be exposed to new ideas that challenge the mainstream narrative, this is the podcast for you.