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  1. […] STEAL THIS SHOW E1: Fight For The Future […]

  2. […] STEAL THIS SHOW E1: Fight For The Future […]

  3. […] STEAL THIS SHOW E1: Fight For The Future […]

  4. […] STEAL THIS SHOW E1: Fight For The Future […]

  5. […] STEAL THIS SHOW E1: Fight For The Future […]

  6. […] STEAL THIS SHOW E1: Fight For The Future […]

  7. […] can hear more from Peter Sunde in the latest episode of Steal This Show (not all comments cited here appear in the episode), which was published earlier today. The episode […]

  8. […] can hear more from Peter Sunde in the latest episode of Steal This Show (not all comments cited here appear in the episode), which was published earlier today. The episode […]

  9. […] of one big target like KickassTorrents or Pirate Bay,” said Sunde in a discussion at “Steal This Show” presented by […]

  10. […] can hear more from Peter Sunde in the latest episode of Steal This Show (not all comments cited here appear in the episode), which was published earlier today. The episode […]

  11. […] response to the KAT shutdown, this week Peter Sunde called for action. Speaking on the Steal This Show podcast, the Pirate Bay co-founder said that innovation, decentralization, and cooperation is needed to […]

  12. […] response to the KAT shutdown, this week Peter Sunde called for action. Speaking on the Steal This Show podcast, the Pirate Bay co-founder said that innovation, decentralization, and cooperation is needed to […]

  13. […] response to the KAT shutdown, this week Peter Sunde called for action. Speaking on the Steal This Show podcast, the Pirate Bay co-founder said that innovation, decentralization, and cooperation is needed to […]

  14. […] this Show” disponibilizou online o episódio 1 da temporada 2. O áudio de ~30 minutos pode ser roubado no site oficial, mas abaixo apresento um resumo em português. Convidado: Tamas Kocsis, desenvolvedor da […]

  15. […] episódio 1 da temporada 2. O áudio de ~50 minutos (30 min de notícias + 20 minutos com Holmes) pode ser roubado no site oficial, mas abaixo apresento um resumo em português. Convidado: Holmes Wilson (Fight for the […]

  16. […] subtitles are for S02E06 of STEAL THIS SHOW. They were created by Iain Cheyne. Thanks, […]

  17. […] A transcript for this show is available here. […]

  18. […] ‘The End Of The Copyright Whack-A-Mole?’ – with Zeronet’s Tamas Kocsis […]

  19. […] Pirate Markets & Guerrilla Libraries, with Balázs Bodó […]

  20. […] STEAL THIS SHOW S01E04 – With The Decentralized Library of Alexandria […]

  21. […] makes it next to impossible to censor them or take them down. Sound familiar? Previous episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new […]

  22. […] next to impossible to censor them or take them down. Sound familiar? Previous episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new groundswell of […]

  23. […] censor them or take them down. Sound familiar? Previous episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new groundswell of interest in peer-to-peer content services that […]

  24. […] episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new […]

  25. […] episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new […]

  26. […] episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new […]

  27. […] episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new groundswell of interest in peer-to-peer content services that […]

  28. […] episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new […]

  29. […] episodes on Zeronet, Yours Network, and the Distributed Library of Alexandria have proved that there’s a new […]

  30. […] episode is part two of our interview with Joe Matheny. Part one, The Digital Underground, covered Joe’s experiences running The Grey Lodge, an early, underground private torrent […]

  31. […] episode is part two of our interview with Joe Matheny. Part one, The Digital Underground, covered Joe’s experiences running The Grey Lodge, an early, underground private torrent tracker […]

  32. […] Original URL: https://stealthisshow.com/fake-lore-dark-memes-with-joe-matheny/ […]

  33. […] ‘How The Internet Broke Politics’ with Peter Sunde – STEAL THIS SHOW – “We also learn why Peter got into an argument with Creative Commons founder Larry Lessig – and whether Trump could actually be a good thing for world politics; how 4Chan, Anonymous and Wikileaks became players on the political stage and how they function as new gatekeepers” Sunde is on a weird trip politically, but still an interesting interview. […]

  34. […] I already have an account as I’d be interested to see how it works. First heard on Steal this show, how the swarm will beat the cloud. […]

  35. […] STEAL THIS SHOW S01E08: ‘Maybe Free Is Not The Future’ – with Ashwin Navin & Dave… […]

  36. […] crapper center to the uTorrent communicating in the podcast here, between 00:55 and […]

  37. […] crapper center to the uTorrent communicating in the podcast here, between 00:55 and […]

  38. […] del usuario de manera radical, pues según reveló Bram Cohen, creador de BitTorrent, en el podcast Steal This Show, la siguiente versión del cliente de torrents estará basada en navegadores […]

  39. […] del usuario de manera radical, pues según reveló Bram Cohen, creador de BitTorrent, en el podcast Steal This Show, la siguiente versión del cliente de torrents estará basada en navegadores […]

  40. […] del usuario de manera radical, pues según reveló Bram Cohen, creador de BitTorrent, en el podcast Steal This Show, la siguiente versión del cliente de torrents estará basada en navegadores […]

  41. […] del usuario de manera radical, pues según reveló Bram Cohen, creador de BitTorrent, en el podcast Steal This Show, la siguiente versión del cliente de torrents estará basada en navegadores […]

  42. […] del usuario de manera radical, pues según reveló Bram Cohen, creador de BitTorrent, en el podcast Steal This Show, la siguiente versión del cliente de torrents estará basada en navegadores […]

  43. […] You can find Cohen’ s finish podcast right here . […]

  44. […] TorrentFreak | StealThisShow |  Image: […]

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  47. […] You can listen to the full ‘Steal This Show’ podcast here. […]

  48. […] The Future Of BitTorrent, with Bram Cohen – STEAL THIS SHOWhttps://stealthisshow.com/s02e14/ […]

  49. […] founder of the file-sharing network revealed the news during an interview on the ‘Steal This Show‘ podcast, in which he calls the current most popular crypto-currency, Bitcoin, […]

  50. […] founder of the file-sharing network revealed the news during an interview on the ‘Steal This Show‘ podcast, in which he calls the current most popular crypto-currency, Bitcoin, […]

  51. […] You can find Cohen’s complete podcast here. […]

  52. […] isn’t really to so something to Bitcoin, it really kind of has to be a new currency,” Cohen told Steal This Show’s Jamie King. “I’m gonna go make a cryptocurrency company. That’s my […]

  53. […] olmadığı TorrentFreak’in ‘Bu Gösteriyi Çal’ yayınına verdiği röportajda gösterdi. Cohen, “Gerçekten de yeni bir para birimi olmalı. Bir kripto para birimi şirketi […]

  54. […] is overhyped, Cohen told Steal This Show, and his alternative will rely on the power of pre-existing digital storage rather than […]

  55. […] is overhyped, Cohen told Steal This Show, and his alternative will rely on the power of pre-existing digital storage rather than […]

  56. […] anuncio llegó a través de una entrevista con el presentador y cineasta Jamie King para el podcast Steal This Show, patrocinado por TorrentFreak. En este, Cohen confiesa que Bitcoin, a pesar de […]

  57. […] in an interview on “Steal This Show” podcast, Cohen states that he believes the hype and attention surrounding Bitcoin is […]

  58. […] anuncio llegó a través de una entrevista con el presentador y cineasta Jamie King para el podcast Steal This Show, patrocinado por TorrentFreak. En este, Cohen confiesa que Bitcoin, a pesar de […]

  59. […] bir heves olmadığı TorrentFreak’in ‘Bu Gösteriyi Çal’ yayınına verdiği röportajda gösterdi. Cohen, “Gerçekten de yeni bir para birimi olmalı. Bir kripto para birimi şirketi kuracağım. […]

  60. […] is overhyped, Cohen told Steal This Show, and his choice will rely on a energy of pre-existing digital storage rather than […]

  61. […] is overhyped, Cohen told Steal This Show, and his choice will rely on a energy of pre-existing digital storage rather than […]

  62. […] am gonna go make a cryptocurrency company,” BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen told Steal This Show podcast host Jamie King. “That is my […]

  63. […] am gonna go make a cryptocurrency company,” BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen told Steal This Show podcast host Jamie King. “That is my […]

  64. […] am gonna go make a cryptocurrency company,” BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen told Steal This Show podcast host Jamie King. “That is my […]

  65. […] am gonna go make a cryptocurrency company,” BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen told Steal This Show podcast host Jamie King. “That is my […]

  66. […] that is happening because of bitcoin is really not much,” Bram Cohen recently said on the Steal This Show Podcast hosted by Jamie King. “If you look at bitcoin compared to [other] currencies, it’s […]

  67. […] that is happening because of bitcoin is really not much,” Bram Cohen recently said on the Steal This Show Podcast hosted by Jamie King. “If you look at bitcoin compared to [other] currencies, it’s […]

  68. […] that is happening because of bitcoin is really not much,” Bram Cohen recently said on the Steal This Show Podcast hosted by Jamie King. “If you look at bitcoin compared to [other] currencies, it’s […]

  69. […] that is happening because of bitcoin is really not much,” Bram Cohen recently said on the Steal This Show Podcast hosted by Jamie King. “If you look at bitcoin compared to [other] currencies, it’s […]

  70. […] Links to show: https://stealthisshow.com/s02e07/ and https://torrentfreak.com/steal-show-s02e07-early-days-private-trackers/ […]

  71. […] episode is part two of our interview with Joe Matheny. Part one, The Digital Underground, covered Joe’s experiences running The Grey Lodge, an early, underground private torrent tracker […]

  72. […] that is happening because of bitcoin is really not much,” Bram Cohen recently said on the Steal This Show Podcast hosted by Jamie King. “If you look at bitcoin compared to [other] currencies, it’s […]

  73. […] that is happening because of bitcoin is really not much,” Bram Cohen recently said on the Steal This Show Podcast hosted by Jamie King. “If you look at bitcoin compared to [other] currencies, it’s […]

  74. […] this episode, we’re talking to Steve Phillips of The Pursuance Project. Pursuance is a new tool for organising activists and journalists online which springs directly […]

  75. […] this episode, we meet Steve Phillips of The Pursuance Project. Pursuance is a new tool for organising activists and journalists online which springs directly […]

  76. […] this episode, we meet Steve Phillips of The Pursuance Project. Pursuance is a new tool for organising activists and journalists online which springs directly […]

  77. […] this episode, we meet Steve Phillips of The Pursuance Project. Pursuance is a new tool for organising activists and journalists online which springs directly […]

Comments

  1. Torrent Sailor Nov 22, 2015

    How can we subscribe to the podcast via iOS devices?

    • jamie Nov 22, 2015

      Coming soon! Just waiting for approval at the iTunes store 🙂

  2. Sam Adams Nov 22, 2015

    Great show guys! I really enjoyed it. What you had to share about TPP was especially informative, and you covered it well in a brief amount of time. Keep up the good work.

  3. Linuxer Nov 22, 2015

    Been waiting for a show like this. File sharers of Finland with ya

  4. Excellent job you guys & gals. Absolutely loved this first episode and I’m looking forward to the many episodes / seasons to come.

    Keep up the great work, this will most definitely be included while I’m spreading awareness. =)

  5. @Meekcritic Nov 22, 2015

    Interesting topics… I’ll check it out.

  6. FidoFuz Nov 22, 2015

    The only discussion I tend to hear on copyright is from people trying to justify getting stuff for free which they should be paying for so hearing this reasoned discussion on copyright is an eye opener.

  7. Jarco Voorhees Nov 23, 2015

    Can’t subscribe because your rss feed isn’t in rss format but in a format that is only supported by some podcast apps.

    • stealthisshow Nov 23, 2015

      We’ll try to fix that up today!

    • stealthisshow Nov 23, 2015

      Fixed, see above 🙂

      • Jarco Voorhees Nov 23, 2015

        Awesome. It works now.
        Thanks for the effort! And keep up the good work.

    • Just type this as the ‘Source’ in your podcast app, that’s what I did and it worked fine.
      http://stealthisshow.com/feed/podcast

  8. Juan A C Nov 24, 2015

    Am I the only one surprised by the lack of a magnet link? 🙂

    • stealthisshow Nov 24, 2015

      Hey, we’ve been discussing this actually. We are thinking of providing a webtorrent.io-based stream. It is a pity no one will be able to subscribe to that in a ‘normal’ podcast client though 🙂

      • Yeah, I’d rather be notified about new episodes in my mobile podcast app.

        • stealthisshow Nov 24, 2015

          Right, that’s the issue. It has been suggested we might be able to fix that up but … we’ll see!

  9. I am a person with sight challenges. This format works perfect for me! Thank you!

  10. very well done, please keep up with this project!!!

  11. Callan Morgan Yhiea Gardiner Dec 19, 2015

    If you call it censoring? Its clearly censorship. You want to find a movie. You search it in order to download it. But the links have been removed or downranked to make them more difficult to find. Someone else is controlling your access to things. That’s censorship, and its a terrible thing.
    As for the ISP thing. Its just awful. If I send a letter with copyrighted information, is the postal service liable? Is it somehow their fault? No, of course not, because that’s ludicrous. Yet with ISPs that’s all fine and dandy? No, no its not. The digital world is being ruined by outdated fools who only care about money.

  12. Really great show, Great job Gavin & Dav, it’s really nice to be able to hear such vibrant opinions & discussions

  13. Rytis Dec 27, 2015

    You cannot call this EU decision the removal of geo-blocking. When all over the world people can access the same Netflix content as do the Americans, then there will be no geo-blocking. For now, even many EU countries don’t have Netflix at all.

  14. @Meekcritic Jan 11, 2016

    Great episode. I particularly enjoyed learning about Alexandria.

    • stealthisshow Jan 11, 2016

      From what we understand, it’s both. You can choose to sell, but you can also offer resources free. And it’s definitely very P2P; there’s no central index at all. It’ll be interesting to see how it progresses.

      • Callan Morgan Yhiea Gardiner Jan 13, 2016

        Yea there’s some not bad free stuff on it already. I especially like how it has a capacity to act like an uncensorable WikiLeaks.
        Looking forward to seeing stealthisshow on there =D

  15. scottthomas1 Jan 11, 2016

    There is no video. Is this supposed to be an audio only show?

  16. Callan Morgan Yhiea Gardiner Jan 11, 2016

    ~16:52, You are correct. What you said was awful =P. DRM is a terrible TERRIBLE thing and must go.
    Also, why is it only the comments from iTunes get read? What If you don’t want to install iTunes? What if you don’t like apple and proprietary locked down nonsense? What if you have linux? or like me, all of the above?

    • stealthisshow Jan 11, 2016

      Hi Callan. We’re encouraging people to leave comments on iTunes to make STEAL THIS SHOW discoverable on iTunes. But all the comments get read. If you don’t like Apple, proprietary locked down nonsense, and you run Linux, I’d say you’re very sensible 🙂

      • Callan Morgan Yhiea Gardiner Jan 13, 2016

        Ah I see, fair enough. And thank you very much =D =)

  17. You should add a favicon to the site 😉 Would look nicer as a bookmark.

    But, I really am enjoying these podcasts. Keep it up, good issues.

  18. Congrats on the 100,000 Frostwire downloads. Bandwidth well utilized. =)

    Lance’s idea of everyone being a story teller in this digital age is spot on, and there are many stories that are eagerly consumed, much like these Steal This Show podcasts. The generations of cable cutters are realizing that News & Media is likely to have higher qualities if created from a competitive market.

    I also agree with Lance that p2p is disruptive because it harms independent artists without offering a way for them to be easily compensated by the viewer’s choice, but the massive free p2p system we have today is a result of the major studio’s greed. Much like William was forced to audit Universal, many file-sharers believe that the only way to choke out the greed of the major studios is to consume everything they produce at the cost of free. Sadly this also harms independent producers, but even when the major studios held distribution control, the independent creator’s chances of success wasn’t much greater and they have always simply been “Along for the ride”, regardless of who has distribution control, free p2p or paywalled major studios. The free p2p system brings balance to the studio’s excessive greed.

    Thanks for discussing the game “Life is Strange” I saw it on Steam and was interested, now I think I’ll give it a try due to the vast array of choices. It really is nice to have the vast array of platforms that allow us consumers to find these independent artists. Between Spotify, Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and the many other platform available, the “Just along for the ride” independent artists won’t be stuck on that bus for much longer.

  19. Maybe someone should port scihub over to zeroNet. I would be willing to host the entire site on my pc. =)

  20. Callan Morgan Yhiea Gardiner Mar 17, 2016

    I really liked this episode =D
    18:51 – “It sniffs at your DMCA!”
    32:24 – “Embrace a pirate today”
    I say port ALL the things to zeroNet! Let the MPAA and its friends burn. A vile, spiteful, corrupt, hypocritical and petty organisation.

  21. Great show guys. I like the speed, the sound quality, the lenght of each episode and the whole 3 stories per episode. In summary, I loved the podcast! Keep spreading the word on torrentfreak, that’s how I found out. Luck from Argentina 😉

  22. BPI’s push will only help regular people to become aware of decentralized technologies like Zeronet, I2P, YaCy, and the many other upcoming decentralized solutions..

    Then I can only wonder what kind of enforcement action they are going to demand when dealing with a globally spread platform that isn’t DMCA complaint.

    https://youtu.be/3EuzA4LTyLg

  23. Callan Morgan Yhiea Gardiner Jun 13, 2016

    Great episode! Love Rick! He is so spot on with his points. I agree
    with them all wholeheartedly. Much the same points I spoke about on
    episode 3’s comments.
    Also, why is there 59 seconds of silence at the end?

  24. Callan Morgan Yhiea Gardiner Jul 27, 2016

    Another great episode. Peter is right. Thepiratebay is awful now. People
    are even uploading torrents and having the torrent name changed against
    their will so no one can find the content.

    Gary is spot on too. So much emphasis on catching harmless p2p users and site operators. While
    there are actual harmful people, groups and organisations running amok.

    But good luck getting America to care or change.

  25. Patrick McBride Aug 7, 2016

    “for the LOVE of money is the root of all evil” 1st Timothy 6:10
    God forbid we should get something with out paying THEM.

  26. Love these STS episodes so much! Enjoy the donation! And thanks for offering a way for people to support.

  27. Thomas Hartmut Langzik Nov 7, 2016

    Usually a fan of this show, but this episode felt a little weaker than usual [in my opinion]. I think I would’ve enjoyed it a little more if the focus were [more] on how how “trolling” was, can, and should be used to better the internet and social fabric(s) of the future; I think it was touched on, but not really explored in a whole lot of depth. As a result of focusing more on some of the exploits and laughing about them, I felt uncomfortable rather than feeling like I was gaining any insight.

    Also, not a particular fan of the “Trump is terrible” or “Julian might be a Russian agent” sentiments likely echoed from the mainstream media; don’t get me wrong, in every lie, there’s a bit of truth, and in every truth, there’s a bit of a lie, but I don’t think you can look at a world controlled by a very limited group of people and take the information you get from those sources at purely face value. Clinton and Trump are both garbage; I’d rather explore how to work or otherwise push towards a better system where the options aren’t driven by negative inputs to give us these horrible “democratic” options. It’d have been interesting to explore (for example) how to reclaim free speech, true democracy, and where the limits of trolling should be (generating conversation vs creating massive individual harm). Also, if you’re going to be biased towards a particular candidate, I think it’d be good to explore why that would be [logically], rather than the “omg, he’s so bad” or “his supporters are so bad” approach, just because it completely lacks clarity and ultimately says nothing aside from “I just don’t like him, no particular reason needed”. Also, instead of trying to explore the Russian involvement in leaks (which Julian already denied), it may have been relevant to explore why Copyright heavy industries poured significantly more support towards Clinton than Trump, and whether or not it’s a good or bad thing. When discussing trolling, it’d also be interesting to [fairly and without bias] explore the impact it has on politics, along with any possible dangers (like murder, which [true or not] haunted the Hilary campaign).

    As for Julian, I think it would’ve been interesting to explore his mission and the information he has put out rather than trying to demonize him or paint a picture of him based on [seemingly] nothing but a negative feelings towards a particular candidate (especially if you’re a first-time viewer, you’d likely have that impression given the lack of context). Julian did an interview recently that would’ve been worth exploring and talking about wherein which he addresses these issues regarding his situation, Russia, his sources, and the release of politically-relevant information, alongside the attempts to silence him via cutting off his internet connection at the embassy. It’d be good to create a contrast between why the show might support Snowden, but then come down on Julian when they’re both known specifically for leaking information to the public in regard to dubious or questionable government/political/military dealings.

    Basically, it just seemed like King was either really tired or a little buzzed, because he didn’t seem as logically driven as usual, but rather seemed to ride his emotions, so more talking points tended to lack substance than is usually the case (again, just my own personal opinion, don’t kill me). I’ll still be listening in the future, just a little disappointed this week. 🙂

    • jamie Dec 1, 2016

      It was called the midnight show for a reason, and no I wasn’t buzzed 🙂 Thanks for your comments though!

  28. Somewhat Reticent Nov 17, 2016

    For http://tracker.stealthisshow.com/announce my torrent tool “Could not find files dictionary.” and one torrent tracker wouldn’t talk about it. Another, however, reported 16 seeders…

  29. thanks for the nice podcast, usually never hear these things butt this was interesting.
    thanks joe for the insight 😉 https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4e281789aa65cc27c9e8b489724400fa7faa1bcebfa96d39cf30a8834f563b17.png

  30. rodomonte11 Dec 25, 2016

    This is absolutely wonderful! 😀

  31. Mimmo Limmo Jan 6, 2017

    Really very interesting and useful discussion. Quite honest and good level of both participants I enjoyed a lot. Thank you.
    For sure I will evaluate to support u, contribute, use for advertise my business, check your adv suggestions.

  32. Eric Barch Mar 5, 2017

    Really interesting discussion, as usual!

    That being said, I do feel a few points are worth clarifying:

    1. It was stated in the episode that the US government is the sole supporter of the Tor project. Although it’s high (over 90%), it comes from many different departments and individual donors/organizations do provide the rest of the support. Obviously the minority, but it’s not nothing. [1]

    2. It was mentioned that entry Tor nodes know where you are making a request to. That’s not really accurate. A request is first encrypted with the EXIT node’s public key. That data is then encrypted with the middle node’s public key. Finally that data blob is encrypted with the entry node’s public key. Hence the onion metaphor. [2]

    3. Tor does not have hard coded DNS servers. The exit node is used to relay DNS traffic. [3]

    Sources:
    [1] http://www.whoishostingthis.com/blog/2014/11/17/who-funded-tor/
    [2] https://youtu.be/LAcGiLL4OZU?t=7m12s
    [3] http://tor.stackexchange.com/a/26

  33. rogerlb Mar 17, 2017

    Great and fascinating discussion. I love the idea of culture jamming with memes, “fake”lore, etc. Keep up the great work. R

  34. kieron George Mar 19, 2017

    The episode cuts off early just as he’s talking about his projects.

    • jamie Mar 19, 2017

      Thanks Kieron. This problem should be FIXED as of now. The squirrels responsible for eating the end of the episode have been disciplined.

    • Somewhat Reticent Mar 21, 2017

      So constructive criticism is unpopular with publisher? No-warning timer?

      • stealthisshow Mar 21, 2017

        Nothing so exciting, we just screwed up the encode! Should be fixed on reload :p

  35. Many anarcho-capitalists, like myself, accept taxation as immoral. I’m all for getting people in need help. I just want the help funded in a voluntary way such as a friendly society, church, family and/or friends. It seems like a lot of people feel people should be taken care of like myself, you and Mr. Sundae, so I don’t think there will be a problem of support.

    Strict respect for private property is partly why I support your show. We should be allowed to use our property (computers) as we see fit as long as we are not harming anyone else. The people who try to restrict this freedom are the real thieves, IMHO, not the people who “steal this show”.

    • Somewhat Reticent Mar 21, 2017

      Such idealism normally fails due to common imperfections: laziness, thoughtlessness, arrogance, etc. Setting up a well-vetted system with accountability and transparency, but respecting privacy, is not easy, and may not be possible.

      • I agree. Setting up a fair system that works is not easy, but it isn’t like sacrificing our sovereignty to the state is making anything easier. Anyway, it is impossible for me to ignore what I feel is immoral.

  36. syn dosys Mar 30, 2017

    Another positive-indeterminate signpost to cajole, entice, and provoke the understanding of that “new” frontier. An unexplored territory run-through by vehicles that best your “faster horse.”

  37. TRUMP: I always thought elections were a complete charade as well, till he got elected. However due to this recent “chemical weapons of mass destruction” scare I believe he just got the JFK talk.

    Two really important links from the show:

    https://www.fightforthefuture.org/
    http://redecentralize.org/

    We all know our governments are full of rich troglodytes. Can our generation get together and take control peacefully using decentralized collaboration or will we waste away in our 3D headsets while their inbred spawn take the helm?

    Thanks for the show man, I look forward to each one. Glad you got funded.

  38. I have a qualm with the point made that bandwith is HIGHLY more available. Here in the United States we are still locked down with upload speeds to really annoyingly low amount in a lot of regions. Compared to how big files are these days, slow uploads on residential connections means it’s pretty annoying.

  39. theinternetmakesyoustupid May 22, 2017

    Jamie, jamie, jamie. Every guest on your show gets reminded that you did ‘steal this film’.

    • stealthisshow May 23, 2017

      It’s totally true! But STEAL THIS FILM provided such a large wad of experiences, I’m still parsing them ? Had I been abducted by aliens ten years ago, no doubt I’d still be talking about that – and we’d have another show entirely. My only hope is that enough of these experience translate into interesting points of view that make it worth, more or less, listening…

      • theinternetmakesyoustupid May 23, 2017

        ha ha. well said. keep doing what you are doing mr king. i really liked this interview for some reason. that guy is such a character.

  40. Enjoyed the show. Rand was a great guest, very engaging and all around great human being 🙂 I hope to have the time to play his game someday. Show was too short as always…

    Thanks

  41. supergloom Jun 16, 2017

    Crashes at 11:35 (and any point past that). Both here and on iTunes. Maybe it’s just my device but this hasn’t ever happened before. Hmm.

    • jamie Jun 16, 2017

      Hi Supergloom! We couldn’t figure this one out but have uploaded a new version to see if it was an upload problem. Will try to get the torrent swapped out, too! Cheers – j

  42. EmilyYell Jun 16, 2017

    hard cuts before showcasing project dirtbag scrapes

    • jamie Jun 16, 2017

      Thanks EmilyYell: could you give us a timecode? There’s something funky with this episode…

  43. jamie Jun 23, 2017

    with a bit of luck, this has been fixed. it’s still a mystery though 🙂

  44. Just Dev Nov 7, 2017

    Australia’s public TV channel is hunting fake news too – http://www.abc.net.au/mediawatch/ it’s very entertaining (and sad for the state of journalism)