[FRIAM] How I made my own VPN server in 15 minutes | TechCrunch

Marcus Daniels marcus at snoutfarm.com
Mon Apr 10 14:42:03 EDT 2017

There's also some discomfort that comes with participating in any complex system.   There may be other uses it is put to than the one intended; there may be unknown liabilities.   The Tea Partiers' would reasonably observe this is true of a government too.   A government does a lot of things, and some of them are alarming, even if they are legal.  

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Yeah, maybe.  I suppose whether it's "belief" or "habit" depends on one's understanding of ontogeny, psych, culture, etc.  The Tea Partiers' with their Medicare & Social Security and the Occupy protesters with their electronic gadgets highlight that our habitualized infrastructure usage isn't always obvious.

On 04/10/2017 11:30 AM, Marcus Daniels wrote:
> I figured it was just a habit to purchase a service rather than to participate in the collective, or a lack of awareness, or a failure of imagination.  Or maybe a sense that there are good guys and bad guys and one should select them one at a time?  

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