Today we feature a second-hour interview with Paul Puey, CEO of Airbitz, which offers a user-friendly Bitcoin wallet application for Google and iOS. Also: Are selfies selfish? Are selfies of Kim Kardashian selfish? And more. Scroll down, below, to the Program Notes to see all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.
We’re long overdue for a shredding of one of Obama’s speeches, and what better to shred than his propaganda-filled SOTU address? We’ll also talk about the continuing threats to our privacy posed by governments, and I’ll fill in some more details about Eben Pagan’s “Wake Up Productive” program, which some of you have already signed up to take with me, starting next week! (Registration for the program closes at midnight, tonight (PT), so don’t miss out on the opportunity to go through this program with us!)
See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.
Today we continue in our new morning time slot, and we also, as you can see in the program notes, will spend some time discussing much that has occurred in the wake of the Islamic attack on Charlie Hebdo.
What does it mean to speak freely? What does speaking freely require of government? What is and isn’t included in the concept of free speech? Are free speech and intellectual property in conflict?
We’ll be discussing several other stories as well, so scroll down to see all the stories, etc., that we plan to discuss.
“Catholicism teaches that freedom is the right to do what you ought to do. As such, it is always tied to duty, and to individual responsibility. Once that understanding breaks down—as it has in the West—trouble follows. Unfortunately, many artists interpret their rights as a solo exercise, disconnected from duty.”