Censorship on Minds.com; Pay attention Bill Ottman

In June 2017 I learned about a new social media website called Minds.com. Read more »

Court rules that Politicians blocking followers on Social Media violates Free Speech

Back in October 2016 I had blogged about my experiences with censorship on Facebook, where I mentioned that the reporting functionalities provided by the social media network were “being abused […] to harass, silence and censor people, ... Read more »

Choose Pussy over Pain

Cidny G. Green published a video on Vimeo where she discusses the problem of sexual suppression and repression on social media these days, making many good points. I highly recommend watching it. Read more »

An explanation for my website intro

There’s a lot of thinking that went into the creation of the intro sequence that I have on the homepage of my new website. Read more »

My new website went live

Yesterday I launched a brand new design for my main website at kareldonk.com. It was long overdue considering that the previous design was launched all the way back in May of 2011. Read more »

Facebook Created a Censorship Tool

Well, well, well. A very interesting article was published on the New York Times website yesterday confirming much of what I recently blogged about. Read more »

On the Facebook 30-Day Ban and Censorship

This week I got temporarily banned, again, for 30 days on Facebook after someone apparently reported a comment I had published below a friend’s post. Read more »

Convincing C programmers to switch to C++; A look at human thinking behavior

A few days ago I watched a CppCon 2016 presentation by Dan Saks titled “extern c: Talking to C Programmers about C++” and was pleasantly surprised by the information and insights he shared. Read more »

On Simulations and the Purpose of Life

All of my life I’ve wondered: Why am I here? What is the purpose of life? And I think I finally know the answer to both of those questions. Read more »

What we’ve learned from Tay, Microsoft’s Chatbot

Microsoft Research launched a chatbot on Twitter called Tay on the 25th of March 2016 and had to take it down just two days after that because the AI (artificial intelligence) behind the chatbot had become very offensive. Read more »
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