I tend to dislike relying on third parties to provide me with services I find indispensable.
If I can help it, I prefer having control over my own services, even if it means having a poorer experience than a flashier, proprietary solution might provide .
Staying in Control of my Mental Food Sources
For . . . → Read More: How Much Do You Value Privacy and Security in the Apps You Use?
There’s only so much time left for your charitable contributions to count towards your 2016 taxes.
If you’re looking for recommendations, here’s two organizations I have contributed to because I believe in what they do.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
“Defending Your Rights in the Digital World” is the EFF‘s tagline, and I’m unaware of another . . . → Read More: Where To Donate Some Money Before the End of 2016
One of the things we’re taught to believe as American citizens is that we cherish our freedoms and our rights. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Freedom of speech. Freedom of religion.
And if we’re accused of a crime, we get to face our accusers and have a fair shot at defending ourselves. . . . → Read More: Why Are American Police Carrying Out Executions against American Citizens? #BLM
I’m a white, straight, cisgender man. But I didn’t used to be.
In the past, I was just me. A unique individual human being just living his life like everyone else.
Then I started becoming aware of the fact that as a man, I live a completely different life compared to women.
I . . . → Read More: Being a Real Ally for Marginalized People in the Game Industry
In the debate, I often saw an argument along the lines of, “If I gave you 10 grapes and told you two were poisonous, would you eat any?”
It sounds clever. There’s a risk. Most intelligent people would say no, and so the idea is that taking in Syrian refugees when potential terrorists could be . . . → Read More: Syrian Refugees Are NOT Potentially Poisonous Grapes