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02-26-2012  •  Cyberspace and the New Economy
Freedom's Phoenix March 2nd, 2012 Edition
Information on how the internet infrastructure actually works, alternative currencies, peer-to-peer commerce, Software Piracy, BitCoin
 

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Magazine Article  •  Cyberspace and the New Economy
THE NINETY DEGREE REVOLUTION
by L. Neil Smith
Most people who think about such things recognize that over the past couple of decades, a communications revolution has occurred.
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That Was Quick
by Charles Goyette
It was just the other day that I noted the massive money printing that has been going on by central banks around the globe: The Federal Reserve, of course, but also the Bank of Japan, the People’s Bank of China, the Bank of England, the European Cent
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Why Austrian Economics Matters
by Lew Rockwell
Whereas other schools rely primarily on idealized mathematical models of the economy, and suggest ways the government can make the world conform, Austrian theory is more realistic and thus more socially scientific.
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Magazine Article  •  Cyberspace and the New Economy
The Jericho of the Future
by Nick Barnett
What will happen if the government shuts down the internet? A common concern amongst freedom loving individuals is how we will communicate in the future, especially if the dystopian internet kill switch is activated.
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Hooray for the Black Market!
by Larken Rose
The main reason modern tyrants want a cashless economy is so all wealth and commerce can be monitored and controlled. In contrast, cash makes it easy for people to trade unseen and uncontrolled by the state
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Piracy 101
by Nick Barnett
The mainstream media would have you believe that piracy is a low brow deed only committed by teeny boppers, script kiddies, and college kids. The MPAA and RIAA refers to pirates as "thieves." The US government has drawn conclusions that link piracy t
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Magazine Article  •  Gold and Silver
Sci-Fi Money.
by Davi Barker
In the upcoming film, Silver Circle, an underground rebellion goes toe-toe with the Federal Reserve and its latest central planning monstrosity, the Department of Housing Stability. The key arrow in the rebels’ quiver is an alternative silver currenc
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Freedom isn't free... but you can buy it for a bitcoin
by Nick Barnett
In the age of digital everything, it should come as no surprise that digital money is a big issue. Around the world, people are fed up with central banks and their fiat currencies and are looking for other ways to conduct financial exchanges.
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Moving Precious Metals Internationally—the Essentials
by Mark Nestmann
Why should U.S. citizens or residents consider storing precious metals overseas?
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The V Shines Everywhere
by Troilus Bryan
Voluntero is about crowd sourcing heroics. You don’t have to wield a shotgun to participate. You don’t even have to swing a fist. Sometimes it only takes a camera, or a set of high beams, or a shout to make the cockroaches scatter and civilization to
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Money as a Marketing Medium
by Troilus Bryan
So there are these Dime Cards that you can buy now at Don’t Tread on Meme. These guys use the government’s own junk silver and package it with their own brands. It’s awesome cool!
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Publisher's Backpage
by Ernest Hancock
Auditing the Fed and Ending the Fed are all wonderful ideas whose time has come. We are taking it to the next level and simply ignoring the Fed by instilling in the culture the alternatives available to us now...
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Gold Bills and Legal Tender: Two wrongs make a right?
by Ron Helwig
Many people in favor of sound money are making a claim that ought to be refuted. I believed myself for quite some time that the U.S. Constitution prohibits the states from accepting anything but silver and gold as legal tender or for paying taxes.
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EPIC 2015
by Donna Hancock
It coined the word "Googlezon" from a future merger of Google and Amazon to form the Google grid, and speaks of news wars with the Times becoming a print only paper for the elite culminating in EPIC Evolving Personalised Information Construct
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Thoughts/Review/Recommendation of “An Unlikely Weapon: The Eddie Adams Story”
by Christine Smith
Much more than an overview of Adam’s fascinating career, it was a lesson of love of humanity through and through, and a lesson of the individual who in pursuit of his own passion becomes a teacher to many.
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Advice from Our Founders
by Howard Blitz
Our founders never advocated being isolationists; they just advocated minding our own business, to be strong militarily in case we are attacked and never to engage ourselves in the affairs of other nations.
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The Specter of Hyperinflation
by Howard Blitz
One of the many basic natural laws of economics is that as the supply of any commodity increases the value of each individual unit of that commodity decreases. Money is nothing more than a very specialized commodity that is universally accepted in t
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Magazine Article  •  Cyberspace and the New Economy
Build your own PC
by Powell Gammill
Computers are an essential activist tool for creative ideas and communications.  Used to access the Internet, they allow fairly unfettered access to the planet.  Used to edit audio,  images and video and broadcast the result to the planet, they have
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The Role of Currency in the Digital Age
by Tom Westbrook
Currencies have evolved over time out of a necessity as a result of commerce. When people produced items that were bulky or may have had a limited shelf life, they would trade them for things that were easy to carry and kept well or remained durable.
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Wallet Voting - Using Silver to Change the World
by Donna Hancock
Drew Phillips and Ross Edwards have been active in making and marketing silver dime cards, making videos, and traveling to conferences (most recently, Liberty Forum in NH) to market the idea of using the dime cards as an example of a way to use this
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Magazine Article  •  Gold and Silver
Collection of videos detailing the benefits of gold and silver
by Donna Hancock
Ron Paul's words of warning (1983-2008); The Debt Collapse: $20,000 Gold (by Michael Maloney); Ron Paul Interviewed by Mike Maloney (GoldSilver.Com); Ron Paul In "Why Gold & Silver?" Movie; Ron Paul questions Fed Res Chair Bernanke
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Sound Money for Muggles
by Ron Helwig
Many believers in sound money are fond of coins and other traditional forms of precious metal bullion. They reminisce about a time when people carried their silver dollars in a coin purse tied to their belts.
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What Is This Coin Worth?
by Drew Phillips
New iPhone and Android App
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