Category Archive: I Generation

Apr 17 2012

Catch Up with DEFCON

Hey Kids, I’m back from catching up with my work load in the wake of Rock Beyond Belief and the recent 4 day holiday. The feeling of a clean inbox is a satisfying one indeed. Regular updates will resume tomorrow but, I wanted to highlight an interesting speech from DEFCON 19. My current obsession is …

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Apr 07 2012

The Worst Company in America

The Consumerist awards the 2012 Golden Poo. Oh Internet, I love you and your rampant hate speech, terabytes of malware, and your silly little polls. What company is the worst in America, dear reader? Is it oil companies and their nasty habits of employing PMCs to inflict violence in the third world or their less …

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Mar 28 2012

The Effects of Social Media on Trayvon Martin

Why The Blaze’s story makes me sad. “However, if genuine, these Tweets may give us more insight into Martin’s enigmatic life and character.” That last sentence from this article at The Blaze troubled me. The article is expressly about how Trayvon Martin had a twitter account and that some of his tweets appear juvenile (because …

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Mar 15 2012

Use at Your Own Risk

Anonymous unveils its own OS. As a person who heavily mods his Operating System, I am not too thrilled about the new AnonOS. Created as a platform to enhance privacy and piracy protections, aid in cyber attacks, and veil internet traffic through the now crack-able TOR networks; this OS seems to be geared to your …

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Mar 07 2012

Homophobia in The Gaming Community?


Critically Acclaimed Mass Effect 3 sees its Metacritic score tanked by Homophobes. Many of us in the gaming community see the expanding roles of video games and their impact on popular culture. The gaming industry is, capital wise, as big as the movie industry. With the greater amount of investment cash poured into gaming, I …

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Feb 19 2012

I Love my Uncle but, Newt Hates Him

Medina Valley Independent School District settles prayer case, Republicans surprise no one by flipping out.   My Uncle, Federal Judge Fred Biery, is a badass. Last June, he waded into a particularly religious area of small town “Real America” Texas and smacked down the overt proselytizing that had pervaded the Medina School District. Yet, as …

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Feb 15 2012

A Foxhole Atheist Story

Thanks to the Soldier who allowed me to reprint his story, originally posted in the February issue of ISO Lehti. Resilient Reflections: On Atheism, Service and Cooperation across faiths. By A. Stringer. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author, and not those of the United States Army, the United States of America or …

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Feb 11 2012

The Operators

Michael Hastings covers the unwinnable Afghanistan. Recently my buddy clued me into to another light colonel who “Hackworthed” or sacrificed his career in the hopes of raising consciousness about an unwinnable fight.  LT. COL Daniel L. Davis wrote a scathing assessment of the War in Afghanistan as the conflict pushes steadily into its second decade. …

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Jan 27 2012

Sign This Thing Right Meow!

Paradise Valley High School wants signatures? Then FINE we will give them signatures! Update, the preamble of the petition has been updated: “I’d like to thank everyone for their support. I never imagined that the petition would gain so much attention. However, this whole situation has been a large misunderstanding between myself and the administration. …

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Jan 27 2012

The Google Age Game

How old do you act online? While doing my daily troll of Gawker, I came upon an article about how Google calculates ones age. And you can figure out how old and what gender Google thinks you are by following this link. Apparently due to my interest in Business, Aerospace, Defense, Space Technology, Government, Government …

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