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  1. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Social Media is Rewiring your Brain

    Nice job explaining what I’ve suspected for years...
  2. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    The Facebook Zuck n' Jive

    Unless you’ve been living under a washing machine all this time, you’ve undoubtedly heard the kerfuffle where Facebook was recently caught selling the personal information of over 50 million people to a marketing firm. I'm not surprised-- saw this coming a long time ago. So did Facebook Dear Leader and CEO, Mark "The Zuck" Zuckerberg. Here's an exchange between The Zuck and a friend shortly after founding Facebook: [Source: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-25/dumb-f-ks-julian-assange-reminds-us-what-mark-zuckerberg-thinks-facebook-users ] Hello? Is this thing on? And, not to say I told you so but… I TOLD YOU SO! Yep, Master Samurai Tech Radio Episode 23, February 8, 2018, I called out all of this and more. I explained that Facebook is scraping all your personal content and interactions with the site in order to build a marketing profile on you and sell this to big marketing companies and government intelligence agencies. THAT’s why it is “free.” In reality, it’s not free. That’s because you’re giving up tons of personal, private information about yourself. Yep, I explained all that right here, starting about 35 minutes into the show (the video below will start playing at that time): In other words, you are whoring out your personal information so you can watch your niece's dance recital or yak with your "friends." At Facebook, YOU are the product. By the way, this is generally how the Internet works: if you’re not paying for it, YOU are the product. And I’m here to tell you, what you’ve heard on the news about Facebook is only the tip of the iceberg. People with lots of degrees and initials after their names get paid Big Bucks to design the Facebook platform to psychologically manipulate you and keep you addicted and interacting. Even what you do and say in “private groups” becomes part of your profile and is used to compile a dossier on you. This can be used for all kinds of nefarious purposes ranging from political campaigns to “outing” people for having opinions that are deemed unacceptable or politically incorrect by The Powers That Be. Consequences could include the loss of your job, negative affects on your business, legal harassment, jail or, in the future, "re-education." Some police departments around the country are already using artificial Intelligence (AI) to mine data and predict crime. And guess what: they suck at it! Unfortunately, the consequences of a mistaken SWAT raid are rarely benign. But it may even go way beyond that, as I explain in the podcast-- there are credible reports that they’re also manipulating you physiologically by modulating the electromagnetic field (EMF) of your smartphone to influence your brain waves. Who knows what will come out in the next 5 years. You heard it here first! Facebook’s recent data dump scandal is actually damage control covering for something far worse. It's a controlled release of some bad information in order to avoid fessing up to the really bad shit they’ve been doing. People with the inside tech scoop are deleting their Facebook accounts leaving the naive on the plantation. Has the exodus has begun? Let’s hope so. And I’m doing my small part to get the word out. In the words of the Prophet Jeremiah, "Come out of her, my people!" Is Facebook ZUCKing itself into oblivion? It's not unthinkable. Remember that failed Facebook predecessor, Myspace? The graphs below shows how the search volume at Myspace reached a peak and then drifted off into oblivion. Could it happen to Facebook? Well, so far, things are looking pretty similar: After Facebook, another vogue social media plantation will come along that unsuspecting victims will flock to. And what’s the product on all the social media plantations? YOU: your data, your preferences, your fetishes, your biometrics… your mind. Nothing on the Internet is really free-- you are paying somehow. If not with money, then with personal information. That’s why you pay for premium access at Appliantology. Appliantology is part of the free-range Internet (meaning we're off the corporate plantation): no data harvesting, no profile scraping, no compiling dossiers, no selling you as a product to big marketing firms. If you still choose to have a Facebook account, do so with the understanding that they are trying to Zuck you. It’s called the Zuck n’ Jive.
  3. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Facebook and Myspace Search Volume Comparison

    From the album: Miscellaneous

  4. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Facebook Like Button For Dummies

    From the album: Samurai's Photo Albums

    Click the image for a larger view If you're trying to "like" the coupon to earn your free Apprenticeship, this diagram shows you the correct one. I know, I know, you'd think people would know to click the official Facebook like button-- the one that has the Facebook logo on it. And, honestly, most people do. But every now and then, I hear from someone who rode the short bus to school and just can't seem to figger this out. This screenshot is dedicated to them. For more info a memberships here at the Appliantology Academy, see this page: http://apprentice.appliantology.org/
  5. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Appliantology Coupon FaceBook Share Screenshot

    From the album: Samurai's Photo Albums

    An example of a correct screenshot of the coupon share on your FaceBook wall to earn a free Appliantology Apprenticeship. More info here: http://apprentice.appliantology.org/
  6. From the album: Trophies and Awards

    Go here for details: http://apprentice.appliantology.org/
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