Tag: Police

TFS 48 – Peter Hitchens on Cultural Decline and Loss of Liberty

I review some excellent points Peter Hitchens made regarding the cultural decline that’s led our society and institutions to abdicate principals of individual rights, rule of law, and other ideals. Said ideals being integral to the success of not only England and America but… Continue Reading “TFS 48 – Peter Hitchens on Cultural Decline and Loss of Liberty”

‘Don’t Datamine Me Bro’ – Taser, Axon, Skynet? (Part II)

  I was born in 1989. A mere 29 years ago and despite my ‘youth’ I still feel odd about cloud storage. A radical shift happened in the new millennium. All my childhood and adolescent visions of precincts with tidy file cabinets of records… Continue Reading “‘Don’t Datamine Me Bro’ – Taser, Axon, Skynet? (Part II)”

‘Don’t Data Mine Me Bro’ | Taser, Axon, Skynet? (Part One)

However faintly the frantic words ‘don’t tase me bro’ still probably echo in the popular imagination. Subduing a nebbish university student for an uncouth question is arguably the wrong way to use a taser. Is there a right way? Figuring that out has been… Continue Reading “‘Don’t Data Mine Me Bro’ | Taser, Axon, Skynet? (Part One)”

Read the Reed!

My next vlog about The New Yorker’s article regarding  LTL company Taser’s transition to the weapons, data, and analytics firm Axon is currently rendering. Given the specs of my backup system this is going to take two hours… So in the meantime I suggest… Continue Reading “Read the Reed!”

Fractal Radio | Episode 12 – Public Safety Nervous System?

A brief overview of some grim realities of the street trades and one companies proposed solution to violence. The connection between Mr. Reed’s points and The New Yorker article by Mr. Goodyear will become more apparent in later videos. Apologies for the ‘minimalist’ approach… Continue Reading “Fractal Radio | Episode 12 – Public Safety Nervous System?”