Monday, February 24, 2014

This Is the App That’s Fueling the Uprising in Venezuela



Paul X said...

Hard to keep people down when they get the bit in their teeth.

I may have to get a smart phone after all.

Here is a funny for you Mike. The Cali gun banners are urged to support open carry on the theory that no one will do it because it is unpleasant (or cops can make it so) even if it is legalized. This would allow them to ban concealed carry and pass muster with the courts.,0,1849922.story

Anonymous said...

It appears that Moore is a fine example of; "Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women....

God Bless him!

John DeWitt said...

Three books:

-- An Army of Davids: How Markets and Technology Empower Ordinary People to Beat Big Media, Big Government, and Other Goliaths (Glenn Reynolds)

-- Brave New War: The Next Stage of Terrorism and the End of Globalization (John Robb)

-- The Rise and Decline of the State (Martin van Creveld)

CzarChasm said...

This technology needs to be incorporated into every III-per's toolbox. It would take a smarter man than I to figure out how to screen people to be allowed into networks, but I looked at Zello's website and it's not just for phones. It works on PC's too, so it could be running in background on Patriot 'puters as a way to send alerts to log onto a phone-based network for mass communications - or vice versa, phone>PC, whichever is more secure or delivers more bandwidth to more people simultaneously, what have you.

Not sure how much more (if any) secure basically a VOIP network would be than phones, email, cyber-meeting places like here or other forum-type venues, but it strikes me as useful to put in the toolbox in any case. Anyone else see a Patriot/III'per use for this?