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Publisher Reccommended Logan Krumbhaar (Mobile Developer, Game Designer, Javascript Programmer) on decentralized media platforms - Jeremy Kauffman (CEO of LBRY) updates the digital marketplace Derrick Slopey jumps in to help with all the techn
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Guests: Logan Krumbhaar
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Guests: Jack Wilborn

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Guests: Logan Krumbhaar

Hour 1 - Logan Krumbhaar ( Mobile Developer, Game Designer, Javascript Programmer) on decentralized media platforms

Hour 2 - Jeremy Kauffman (CEO of LBRY) updates the digital marketplace; Derrick Slopey (Freedom's Phoenix Webmaster; Agorist HostingAlienseed Software) jumps in to help with all the technical aspects

Hour 3 - Jack Wilborn (Retired Glendale Police Officer) on 'To reduce crime, think outside the prison cell'

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January 3rd, 2019

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock

on LRN.FM / Monday - Friday

9 a.m. - Noon (EST)

Studio Line: 602-264-2800 

 

Hour 1

Logan Krumbhaar

Mobile Developer, Game Designer, Javascript Programmer, on decentralized media platforms

My name is Logan Krumbhaar and I am a 22 year old self-taught programmer. I have been creating apps for years a passionate hobby. Right now I have a full time job doing web design, development, and digital marketing while I continue to work on apps on the side. I have a YouTube (and BitChute and DTube and BitTube) channel where I share my thoughts and philosophies on application development, the creative process, and more. You can find me on the web at krogank9.github.io. Come join the fun!

Social Media MEGAposter - Automatically post to DTube, BitTube, Steemit, Minds, YouTube: https://krogank9.github.io/smmp/

 

WEBPAGES:

My portfolio: https://krogank9.github.io/portfolio/

My YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpH93goetR0u9ejeAR8M4Nw

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LOGAN'S RECENT VIDEOS...

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hour 2

Media Type: Audio • Time: 61 Minutes and 35 Secs

Hour 2 - Jeremy Kauffman (CEO of LBRY) updates the digital marketplace; Derrick Slopey (Freedom's Phoenix Webmaster; Agorist HostingAlienseed Softwarejumps in to help with all the technical aspects

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Letters of Marque Paperback

AVAILABLE ON AMAZON NOW BY CLICKING HERE!

Letters of Marque Paperback – September 25, 2018

by Marque dePlume (Author)

"The Crown calls it 'piracy' to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come to define the conduct among pirates." Captain Marque

http://pirateswithoutborders.com/

Join us 'Above the Grid'

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Hour 2

Jeremy Kauffman and Derrick Slopey

JEREMY = LBRY - a content sharing and publishing platform that is decentralized and owned by it's users.

Webpage: https://lbry.io/

Click here to sign up: https://lbry.io/get?r=9a0f7

Jeremy is the CEO of LBRY, a digital marketplace that is decentralized and entirely controlled by it's users. Prior to LBRY, Jeremy built a software-as-a-service company that manages tens of millions of dollars for sport and activity organizations. He holds degrees in physics and computer science from RPI and has been a supporter of decentralized technology and freedom-of-information since high school.

Jeremy knows how to build and scale a startup starting from day one. He knows how to deliver usable products and get those products in front of the right people.

Jeremy created LBRY because he fell in love with the idea of shared, global content registry that is owned and controlled by no one. Unsurprisingly, he is a longtime supporter of decentralized technology and freedom of information.

Prior to LBRY, Jeremy founded TopScore, a startup that processes millions of dollars monthly in event and activity registrations. He attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he received degrees in physics and computer science.

Derrick Slopey:

Freedom's Phoenix Webmaster;

 Agorist Hosting

Alienseed Software)

 

Jeremy's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Guest-Page.htm?No=01353

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Recent Articles...

1. Development Update for November/December 2018

Tom Zarebczan • Dec 18 2018

Welcome to the November/December 2018 LBRY Development update! In this post we'll show you what we've been up to and review our progress since our last update in October - sit tight, there's lots to talk about below including big releases from the SDK and App teams!

If you haven't heard yet, we are running a 12 Days of DevMas campaign on Twitter by rewarding our app users with free LBC! Also as a special bonus for readers of this update, enjoy some LBC via this code (while supplies last!): dev-update-nov-tzbc

To read previous updates, please visit our Development and Community Update archive.

If you want to see a condensed view of what we have completed recently and what's planned for LBRY, check out our Roadmap (2019 planning is in progress!).

In This Update

Desktop App and SDK Quick Summary

LBRY Desktop App Next Steps and Design Preview

LBRY for Android Updates

spee.ch Updates, Memes and Multisite

Subscription Email Digest

Email Verification on Web

open.lbry.io Redesign

LBRY on the Web Preview

LBRY White Paper Update

LBRY on a Hardware Wallet

LBRY Streaming

LBRY SDK Updates

Blockchain Team Updates

2019 Tech Planning Preview

 

2. LBRY Roadmap


Hour 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 67 Minutes and 54 Secs
Guests: Jack Wilborn

Hour 3 - Jack Wilborn (Retired Glendale Police Officer) on 'To reduce crime, think outside the prison cell'

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Letters of Marque Paperback

AVAILABLE ON AMAZON NOW BY CLICKING HERE!

Letters of Marque Paperback – September 25, 2018

by Marque dePlume (Author)

"The Crown calls it 'piracy' to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come to define the conduct among pirates." Captain Marque

http://pirateswithoutborders.com/

Join us 'Above the Grid'

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Hour 3

Jack Wilborn

Retired Glendale, Arizona Police Officer

Officer Jack Wilborn (Retired) served as a Reserve Police Officer with the Glendale Police Department. He is a speaker for the Law Enforcement Action Partnership (LEAP), a nonprofit group of police, judges, and prosecutors who support criminal justice solutions that will improve public safety.

 

To reduce crime, think outside the prison cell

http://glendalestar.com/glendale-star/reduce-crime-think-outside-prison-cell

11-29-18

By JACK WILBORN, Retired Glendale Police Officer - Guest Commentary

In the years I served with the Glendale Police Department, I learned many things. I learned how to teach new recruits to shoot firearms. I learned to spot the tell-tale signs of domestic violence, even when the victim isn't saying much. I learned that drug addiction could make good people do terrible things to themselves and their family.

I also learned about what stops crime -- and what doesn't. No. 1 lesson: Relying on prison is a mistake. I have helped arrest many people for drug and property crimes. I remember one big bust when we took down a local trafficking ring. Before we had even finished booking them into jail, others had taken their place. And when these people came out of prison, with criminal records they would never shake, they were at high risk to return to the drug trade. We need prison for people who pose a danger to our community. But for most people, prison isn't a long-term solution -- it is a school to become a better criminal.

Unfortunately, our state has not learned this lesson yet.

According to a new report by the bipartisan group FWD.us, since 2000, Arizona has increased the number of people sent to prison for non-violent crimes by 80 percent, and has tripled the number of people sent to prison on their first felony conviction. Arizona also sends people to prison for longer, with drug sentences that are 40-percent longer than the national average and property crime sentences that are twice the national average.

Maricopa County, my county, is responsible for 50 percent of the growth in the number of people sent to prison for drug crimes. Maricopa has the longest average prison sentences -- nearly five years -- of any county in the state.

Today, Arizona has the fourth-highest imprisonment rate in the country -- we lock up a greater share of our citizens than any state except for Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Last year, Arizona taxpayers spent more than $1 billion on prisons. A few years ago, we even had to pay $3 million in damages to a private prison for not filling enough beds.

As Arizona has increasingly invested in a broken "tough on crime" prison strategy, most other states are figuring out how to reduce crime while shrinking the size of their prison populations. In the last 10 years, 32 states have reduced crime and imprisonment at the same time. Violent crime has fallen twice as fast in those 32 states as it did in Arizona.

If more prison isn't the solution, what will reduce harm and keep our community safe? So many of the calls I received as an officer were health issues related to substance abuse in some way. Yet, when we lock up someone selling drugs, it doesn't improve public safety -- it just creates a job opening for someone else to take their place. We must reduce drug-related crime by addressing the demand for drugs, including the mental health issues that drive many people to addiction.

I do see some promising efforts in our community. The Tempe Police Department is working to prevent and de-escalate mental health crises before they become crimes. They are training all of their officers in mental health first aid and crisis-intervention training. On mental health-related calls, their officers partner with professional clinicians through C.A.R.E. 7. They support victims so the victims will talk to the police instead of taking matters into their own hands. And Tempe PD rewards officers for preventing serious crime, rather than encouraging low-level arrests and citations that don't improve public safety.

I don't pretend to have all the answers. But I know that we cannot arrest and incarcerate our way out of this problem. We should use more effective treatment to get at the root of crime. We should expand training to stop mental health crises from leading to crime. We should make it easier, not harder, for people with convictions to find a job and an apartment so they stay away from crime. And we can follow the lead of other states building stronger communities with smaller prison populations.

We need to change our approach. Let's start thinking outside the prison cell.

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