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How New Default Consensus Realities Instantiate (aka, #WT5GF of #DCNRs)

16 June 2024

They Don't Like You

by metavalent

That’s right.

They Don't Like You AND Envy You At The Same Time

Easy to laugh now Tim and Chris, but wtf knew this in 1992, or 2002, or even 2012 for that matter? We thought we were part of something that could educate, uplift, and heal the world, oblivious that there were those who hated us even unto death for precisely that reason. They quoted D.R., “Weakness is Provocation,” to themselves enough times in the mirror to believe it and act upon it. Completely failing to comprehend that the adage is only in statecraft, for Machiavelli, and then only to bloodthirsty predators like Moloch. It is only pertinent to monsters willing to incinerate millions to achieve their own ambition. So yeah, NO. ✋

Turns out that OSINT has turned into a ton of things that its millenial inventors might have never imagined, let alone intended. As always, for good, bad, ugly, and beauitful. The Find, Verify, Analyze algorithm is nothing new, it is simply amplified today in ways that many never imagined.

Bellingcat · “Getting Started In Open Source Research” with Sofia Santos

Listen to Justice and Accountability with Open Source Research with Natasha Pereverzina if the embed does not behave nicely.

Notable Quotes

The Internet was a battleground, not a place to relax. — Sofia Santos

Closing Remarks

In this week’s Stage Talk we were joined by Centre For Information Resilience’s Sofia Santos. Sofia also runs a website called gralhix.com/ which provides exercises and guides for those needing to practice their open source research skillsets. The discussion on stage was all about how to get into our industry, Sofia provided invaluable tips and resources for beginners.

The links we shared during the talk can be found here:

But wait, there’s MOAR! There’s always MOAR. Stay positive. Especially when iʻmpossible.

Bellingcat · "Justice and Accountability with Open Source Research" with Natasha Pereverzina

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