18 Burst results for "Parry Sanger"

"larry sanger" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:11 min | 9 months ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I want to talk some more about the bogus information site that is called Wikipedia. Now this is a site that a lot of people consult in part just due to laziness. If you search for something and of course Google appears to elevate Wikipedia, you search for something and you don't know anything about, well, Wikipedia kind of pops up and you're like, well, these people are idiots, but they're the only people who are addressing the topics. So let me take a look. But you begin to see what a corrupt and biased operation Wikipedia is. It wasn't set up that way. In fact, its founders were very clear that they wanted the site to be reliable, nonpartisan objective, and all of that is completely out the window. It's sometimes said that personnel is policy. And I think the problem with Wikipedia is they've just hired a bunch of guys who are far out leftists. And by the way, these guys have no accountability. There are editors of Wikipedia, but you don't know who they are. It's true that if you look into the sort of behind the scenes at Wikipedia, which you can do, you find that they are first names. Mode thinks this. Alex thinks that. And so these are the guys mo and Alex, who knows who they are, what kind of education they have, what is their competence or expertise to speak on a particular subject? All of this is sort of put to the side. And the latest example here is Hunter Biden's investment company, which is apparently been removed from Wikipedia. It's called Rosemont Seneca partners, so if you search Rosemont Seneca partners, you don't see anything. Now why? Basically, because Wikipedia is trying to protect Hunter Biden and why they're trying to protect Hunter Biden will obviously they're trying to protect Joe Biden. And the mode of censorship today is not so much suppression of the old style where goons show up from the government, Soviet regime shut down your newspaper and they break the printing machine. No, today it's done through technological erasure. And so all that some editor Wikipedia does is he goes and basically, you know, he highlights Rosemont Seneca, delete. And as a result, it vanishes from the search results. And so when people are looking at Rosemont Seneca, no such thing. Now, what possible justification could anyone have for doing this? I mean, in just came out in the news that Hunter Biden's business partner, this guy named Eric schwerin has made 19 visits to The White House and other official locations between 2009 and 2015. So the point here is that this is the way in which this Biden operation leveraged its access and connections with the government with of course Joe Biden, who is a vice president at the time in order to make deals and make money. Make money that, by the way, ends up not just with Hunter Biden, but is then spread out through the Biden family, including Joe Biden. And there's been some talk there's an investigation on the win this some talk about an indictment. But just as a U.S. attorney is kind of drilling into these financial dealings of Hunter Biden, including money received by from foreign entities to Rosemont Seneca to this exact company, we have a Wikipedia editor. And again, he's known only as Alex. And he makes a little notation in the side where he says that the company is quote not notable. Not notable. Now, first of all, it's an explanation. This is just begs all kinds of questions. Does something have to be quote notable in order to be included in the Wikipedia? I mean, it seems like you've got an organization connected with the family of the man who was the vice president is now the president. There's all kinds of public information about the dealings of this company. It has been collecting money in different parts of the world from foreign entities. There is an under official investigation and yet Alex basically decides quoting him that quote keeping it around. Keeping it around, so Alex has kind of obviously the policeman of whether or not this company is quote kept around on Wikipedia. And he says it runs the risk of the page becoming, quote, a magnet for conspiracy theories about Hunter Biden. Now, how can including a company that is in the public eye and putting accurate information about it on Wikipedia, become a magnet for conspiracy theories. In other words, if you apply that standard, then any entry in Wikipedia on any subject can, in theory, become a magnet for conspiracy theory, obviously Wikipedia is not responsible for conspiracy theories that presumably can be woven around anything. I mean, there are people who believe in all kinds of conspiracies. So this is obviously a diversionary explanation that has no merit at all. As I mentioned, Wikipedia was founded with nobler objectives. And here's Larry Sanger, one of the founders, Wikipedia has an important policy roughly stated you should write articles without bias representing all views fairly. To which I reply today, ha ha ha. I mean, you can just go look up my Wikipedia page. It's full. It's essentially a melange of lies. And an unbalanced in the extreme. It's as if you hired my worst critic and said, listen, go to it, man. This is, this is your place to shine and do a hit on dinesh. So it's hopeless for me to try and correct it because this is, as I say, left wing hack job, and it's performed with the complicity of the hack editors at Wikipedia. So this is nothing new from Wikipedia. It's hardly a surprise, but it shows the degeneracy that we are seeing now on the Internet. This is a so called encyclopedia site that.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

"Being with Laurie was like kind of like being seen for the first time because I edited Wikipedia all through college. It replaced kind of like the time other friends were doing gaming or other things like that. For me, it was just like an addictive habit I would procrastinate on papers because I was staying up late, writing, doing research for a Wikipedia article instead. I had a circle of friends, but nobody got it, really. I probably talked about Lori a lot with my girlfriend at the time. It was probably pretty suspicious at the time. So what we did was have a ceremony. We held it at my mom's house on her property in Virginia. Huh. There's Virginia again. Weird. And she had beautiful gardens and things. And we invited our friends and a lot of Wikipedia friends and just a few family members. And we didn't do a traditional walk down the aisle or anything like that, but what we did was our vowels were essentially Wikipedia policies that were meaningful to us that we then adapted for vows for marriage. These guys had a Wikipedia themed wedding. So I have just 5 here that we have kept and hung on our walls. One is collaborate in love and life. Sorry, be a team in love in life, collaborate, one is eventually our work is never done. One is be bold. Don't be afraid to do things your own way. One we have here just says wiki love on it. And then don't bite the newbies is another one. When I introduce myself, I will say, I'm a wikipedian. I will tell people that and then define it, you know? I think I'm proud of that because I don't look like the typical wikipedian that people would assume is, you know. What is a typical Wikipedia look like? Some guy in their dark basement or something. Probably Larry singer. He doesn't even like what you expect. Larry Sanger, remember that name. He's important. It's truly intertwined in our life and in our values. And wikipedians as a whole are extended family. And so the fact that that is home Wikipedia is home to a Dominic is really special. Emerson was born November 13th, 2015, three days late. Yeah, I was gonna say Lori is a strong woman and ever since a strong will 5 year old. He knows he's a wiki baby. Okay, hold on a second. A Wikipedia themed wedding is one thing, but a wiki baby? Hot. If it comes up in conversation, he'll get excited and pointed out, he definitely associates and knows that that's part of his identity. I'm starting to get a feel for how intricate this whole thing is. It's more than just a website. I feel like I'm discovering a community, a secret universe. There's a vision and rules and awards and wiki weddings and wiki babies. And it covers the entire globe..

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"larry sanger" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"It's fascinating gates. It taught philosophy. ohio state. university didn't know that. I don't know much about wikipedia. I should know more. I throw the money every now. And then because i use it so often and i want it to keep going and And i've always felt like it's pretty accurate and pretty fair at this point because so many people have weighed in on so many issues over the years. Larry sanger doesn't think so. Apparently let's start with clip. Fifty wikipedia allows anonymous contribution and that means that because it's one of the most Popular sources of information online. There's a natural incentive for governments and corporations spies even criminal operations to basically learn how to play the wikipedia game. So it's it's opaque to me now how it really works. And what results is basically establishment. Views are the ones that you find pushed. And they have a they've Completely abandoned the neutral point of view. larry singer actually coined the name wikipedia and wrote macho much of its original governing policy. And see no longer involved or still involved. That's correct yeah. He left him. He went to the found something better but it didn't really work very well. He got i did. He become insanely wealthy. It i don't know that's an interesting question clipped clipped fifty one. I don't know that there is a way to fix wikipedia within wikipedia. It's an institutionally conservative. Place i what i want to see actually is a new. Basically knowledge common said network of all the encyclopedia articles in the world collected together and made easily searchable. And if we did that then we wouldn't no longer have to depend on repeat and we'd have Especially if we coupled with a rating system then we would be able to multiple rating systems. Actually that would enable us to find the best articles from our own point of view on every subject and again we would then be free of kapadia like we said. We use wikipedia lot. I use it practically every day. And and i've read a lot of long wikipedia entries on a lot of things i rarely nine. Can't even come up. With an example. In recent years of where. I thought man their way out of line on this what he calls intellectually conservative and the establishment view. I might call weeding out all the crackpot s so that it's readable doesn't take yeah you know you don't have to wade through way too much stuff to get to. What is absolutely most likely the agreed upon truth. Yeah you could make that argument. I hear what you're saying. I occasionally when i'm reading about people are issues will realize okay. This is pretty heavily weighted toward a typical university students point of view. Why don't you know. I'm not thinking very often when that happens. Sometimes when i feel like that in the next paragraph they've got the you know the the counter to that You know because people on both sides that's one of the great things about wikipedia. It's been around long enough and enough smart people that have enough interest in you know they care enough about the legacy of thomas jefferson or you know or sports team or whatever that they monitor this stuff and may fight back against the other people to in and over time. I feel like it's come to pretty close to a an agreed upon truth on these things. How do you end up editing page. Because our page ground. I would like to spend half an hour straight silliness of things that don't matter at all. That's definitely not true. If you if you wikipedia something a person that's not very well known or a big enough deal like us. Yeah there's all kinds of crap in there..

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Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales Warns Communists Ruined Platform

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales Warns Communists Ruined Platform

"Founder or co founder of Wikipedia. As a warning for all of you. The Daily Mail has reporting. This rest of the media could give a damn Nobody should trust Wikipedia, he says. It's co founder warns Larry Sanger says The site has been taken over by left wing volunteers, quote unquote who write off sources that don't fit their agendas. Fake news They have utterly Destroyed the truth about me on Wikipedia. By their lies by either cherry picking and all the rest. My Children wouldn't recognize me on Wikipedia. It is a pig slop over there. And these volunteers are a bunch of, uh Boot kickers. With their brownshirts. Did he say brown insurance? Should I say pink shirts, either one that's fine by me. Wikipedia can no longer be trusted as a source unbiased information. Since the online encyclopedias left leaning volunteers. They're not left leaning there. Khamis can't on any news that doesn't fit their agenda, according to the sites co founder Larry Sanger 53 co founded Wikipedia in 2001, along with Jimmy Wales. Said the crowd sourcing project has betrayed its original mission. Reflecting the views of the establishment.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"All you want folks attack us would fact checkers attack us from the white house. Suppressor free speech. Try to lock us in our houses. It's not gonna. It's just not gonna continue. It's not going to continue. People aren't gonna have it. You have no idea the energy you're creating on the right. The backlash is going to be severe. I expect these twenty twenty. Two midterms are going to be some of the most devastating. The democrats have had in a long time. I'm not kidding. It is gonna make the take back of the house during the gingrich revolution. Look like child's play. You have no idea. How pissed off people. Aren't you none. Let me move on okay. Younger generation are being doctrine. Matter of fact. I'll be speaking at the turning point conference in tampa you haven't signed up had offending it off. Their are even open anymore for that. But i will be there tomorrow saturday. Hang on my show tomorrow night. Unfiltered check that out. But i like talking to the younger kids in the college kids. 'cause they're being a doctrine needed and one of the tools used to indoctrinate these kids. It's a scam site known as wikipedia wikipedia. Joke it's a clown show. I mean you could probably tell. I love the use of the word clown because it's you know it really gets to the heart of it without being overly offensive but it's a clown site clowns. Use it. I always tell people if you cite wikipedia don't debates over because you've just you've already lost your citing wikipedia. That's evidence you've lost because you don't understand what competing scam site. So the co wikipedia basically just admitted it on this article be up in my newsletter today as well wikipedia co founder. I no longer trust the website i created. It's larry sanger smart guy here's rudy says. Here's how the trick works stunt that wikipedia. I'm gonna play video for you in a second to showing you. How places like wikipedia indoctrinate our young kids into hating this country being basically dumb asses a lot. I'm really sorry but it's true. Not all but they they indoctrinate these kids into being really dopey. Larry sanger says about wikipedia. This how they work he says. You can't cite the daily mail at all the one we just cited about australia. You're not allowed to site that can't cite fox news on socio political issues. Either its ban. Well what does that mean. It means that if a controversy doesn't appear in a mainstream centre-left media outlet and it's not going to appear wicca pedia so in other words in fox news if we were to call out a fact checker and write a fox news article about the jama. Study about the dangers of face masks on your kids. It'll never ever appear on wikipedia because the fox news citations totally ban. You see how they work. It's a scam and wikipedia. Is one of the primary tools used to enact a totalitarian thought. control state how kids get indoctrinated. And here's what happens. Here's a video. This hat tip campus reform. They went on a college campus and asked a bunch of kids why they think cuban freedom fighters flying the american flag. Listen to the confused answers. These i feel bad for them i do. I'm not even making for him. I really feel bad for them because they've just been indoctrinated. Their doping is the result of a never ending totalitarian thought control campaign. That's clearly working. Check this out. Do you think maybe they're being naive. Yeah i'd say so. Say they don't really know.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This is Saturday night on the circle on 93 wi. BC rose as all sorry. Donald Trump continues to demonstrate his incredible lack of focus, which partially led to his defeat in the 2020 election. And he continues to refuse learning from past mistakes, which promises to do many return to politics. In my estimation, you're listening to Saturday night on the circle. I'm your host, Ethan Hatcher, and we're discussing the latest chapter in Trump's continuing saga of Shame, which, in my opinion's largely began in force. Following his defeat in the November election, and he took for granted the same thing which Hillary did the the the potential that you can can and in fact did lose? Um, now he, the former president, announcing a class action lawsuit against Facebook. Martin CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey after being kicked off all of the social media platforms earlier this year, Trump said at the press conference, We're asking the U. S District Court for the Southern District of Florida to order an immediate halt to social media companies. Illegal, shameful censorship of the American people, and that's exactly what they're doing. We're demanding an end to shadow banning stepped as the silencing and a step to the blacklisted Banishing at canceling that you all know so well, either you all know it's so indeed, case will prove this censorship is unlawful. It's unconstitutional and it's completely American. The only problem here is that all of those are private. Companies. And I don't think that they are held to the same constitutional standards as say government entities or Public entities. I mean, this is these are private corporation, so we'll see. I mean, ultimately, I think this is just a lot of bluster. Donald Trump, of course, instigating a slew of legal losses, um, starting in November and bringing himself Much shame in the process. Uh, to me, it just highlights again. This incredible lack of focus that Trump demonstrated during his presidency. Um he since announced, of course, that instead of mounting any kind of coherent campaign, in fact, he's going to be organizing against other Republicans in order to get political payback, uh or exact political payback, um, from his term in office. Um, which, of course, is going to disadvantage the country as a whole when it could lead to the unfortunate election of Democrats instead, Um, and that's that's just the dangerous game that Trump is playing right now, as well as wasting time. And I guess it's his own money. But wasting this energy on lawsuit class action lawsuits against major social media companies, which must much like his election challenges seem doomed to failure. Although his opinions are being echoed by Larry Sanger, the Wikipedia co founder who recently wrote a blog post titled Wikipedia is more one sided than ever. Um, in it, he discussed the websites pursuit for neutrality in road. But what does neutral mean? It's easy to understand that many people think it's the same as objective. But neutrality is not the same as objectivity. If encyclopedia is neutral about political, scientific and religious conversations, the issues that define the ongoing culture war than you will find competing sides represented carefully and respectfully, even if one side is objectively wrong. From a truly neutral article. You would learn why on a whole variety of issues, conservatives believe one thing while progressives believe another thing and you would be able to make up your own mind. This blog was given some attention by Ben Shapiro's outlet at the Daily Mail. If for no other reason than in the course of the blog. It gotta call out because daily mails one of the sources, which are blacklisted currently by Wikipedia, along with Fox News in a couple of other conservative outlets, Um, but this should all be taken with a large grain of salt. Because this is not Larry Sanders. First criticism of Wikipedia, Shall we say, In fact, since departing With the organization and I believe as early as 2000 and two he has written a series of criticisms of how Wikipedia is organized and managed both from data data perspective as well as a financial perspective. Um, and he it seems to kind of be a grudge with Larry. Who is also attempting to launch his own competing service. Uh Whose name eludes me. What was it? It was, uh Citizen Pentium, which does not roll off the tongue. Quite as uh, quite as well. Attractively, I guess is Wikipedia anyway, He's got his own agenda and, if for no other reason that any criticism from him should be taken with a grain of salt, But anyway, it's uh, it's interesting to note, especially in the context of Donald Trump's again recently announced class action lawsuit against major social media companies. Coming up. Next, we're going to talk with Chris Spangle, host of the Chris Bangle show and part of the We are Libertarians Podcasting Network. He was part of the libertarian booth at the Carmel fest and glean some interesting political insights from posting a opposing a short political quiz to community residents Join us in the conversation coming up Next on 93, w IBC, mock and rock. The tide.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"That are going to be involved in this case of the same ones that that argued against the tobacco companies. So you dealing with serious players here. It should be interesting to watch now. Simultaneously in the house of representatives house judiciary committee republicans led by the ranking member or friend. Jim jordan of ohio said their agenda is to speed up and strengthen antitrust enforcement and hold big tech accountable for censorship increased transparency around the tech companies content moderation decisions. Why is it that you know the last we checked. And it was a little while ago. Granted the pres- former president united states is cancelled on social media sites but iranian mullah's and propagandists. They have free rein. Now tell me what's wrong with that picture because that's unbelievable. Linda just sent me. We'll get into this later. Man stabbed to death after an argument new york city midtown broad daylight in other words a typical day after you de-fund dismantle the police and have no bail laws in new york city. And then you want to take away their indemnification or qualified immunity which means that cops. Everybody that they arrest will then sue them because they got to hire their own attorneys that means policing as we know it will be reimagined because there won't be any police because nobody will be able to afford to do that job so anyway house. Republicans are going to move forward with that. We're going to watch this story There is an interesting piece that i saw where was so. It was on fox news. Thank on the epic time. Sorry larry sanger. Co founder of wikipedia warned that this that that site is more one sided than ever and light of the websites entries for black lives matters the twenty twenty election. Donald trump's impeachment other other topics and he took issue with how some wikipedia entries are sourced. Linda how many times have we tried to get the real story of me right and they just lie and you know. It's like a fulltime job to try and get them to to not lie about you. But because of times v sullivan is very little. I can do it denoted. The wikipedia has banned fox news political reporting the new york. Post the daily mail from being used as sources. They don't even let you use it and by the way Other sources on the other sources that can be used you know even the blaze breitbart the daily wire gateway pundit newsmax. All band unbelievable right. The secret is out now. People are abandoning their overpriced wireless carriers and they're flocking rightly soda pure talk for the same exact coverage but of course at a fraction of the price of big carriers so if you're with horizon. At and t. t. 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That oil now has reached the highest price in six years amid low supply and output. We now have a barrel of oil at was trading at seventy six. You can check it. Linda i'm sorry. Seventy seven dollars and four cents a barrel. That's not good futures for the the west texas intermediate the main us oil benchmark advance. Thirteen one point three percent. And when you look at the numbers it is a disaster. The average price of gas nationwide is now three dollars. Thirteen cents a gallon. A high for the year of forty percent since january. First fuel costs aren't expected to drop anytime soon. We believe it will rise another ten to twenty cents a gallon between now and the end of august according to a spokesperson for aaa and cbs's moneywatch americans hit the road on the fourth of july. Is what they got on top of that. I look at the uk daily mail which is great online site. I mean very very informative supermarkets so now beginning to stockpile to keep up with soaring inflation. They're reporting that. The inflation pressure that they're seeing is significant. General mills their ceo said at a recent invest investor conference. It's probably higher than we've seen in the last decade supply chain issues have been pushing up prices labor shortages putting wage pressure on the grocery sector. We're pay what i've been telling you we're going to pay more for everything everything you buy in. Every store is now costing dramatically more on top of the inflation and on top of filling up your tank and heating and cooling. You're home thanks joe. You know so. Many of us are trying to figure out how to increase our property value right now. Well a big part of that is your backyard. Now you can make your backyard oasis all year long with a master's spas swim spa or hot tub. Linda just placed her order for a master. Spas swim spa. What made you finally decide to get my mom. My dad everybody has injuries and one of the amazing things about this spas that you can relax but you can also do hydrotherapy. And it's just an awesome thing. It's beautifully made and they have terrific customer service all right. don't we all deserve a little relaxation in our life. Look i'm so impressed with master. Spas they are the largest american built hot tub. Swim spa brand. Don't be intimidated by something else that needs to be maintained. The master spas swim. Spas are very low maintenance. They're simple and easy to use master. Spas it's the only swim spa and hot tub brand you'll ever need to know. Find your local dealer now at master. Spas dot com. I twenty five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean. You want to be a part of the program. Doesn't look as bad as i thought it would originally be but just a quick update on what is Been going on. We got this storm. Lashing the caribbean employer to keys and national weather service saying that hurricane l. so's packing winds as high as seventy five miles per hour. headed toward florida's north northern gulf coast and then up the east coast of the country category. One storm for you. That's like a walk in the park. I mean you're one of these crazy storm. Chasers the official meteorologist for the sean hannity. Show joba starting whether bell dot com. Hey i'll tell you what last year i was on the beach and ocean city new jersey for acs and The thing almost blew me over. I'm not. I'm not who i used to be. As far as that stuff goes and let me. Let me explain what's going on with this storm. It's made landfall the problem here. Is we have a situation where it is likely to be stronger from virginia northward into southeast new england and it was florida now made landfalls at fifty five sixty mile an hour storm. And i'm going to give you these times. 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"larry sanger" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Big tech accountable for censorship. Increased transparency around the tech companies, content, moderation decisions. Why is it That you know, the last we checked, and it was a little while ago granted The press. Former president United States has canceled on social media sites, but Iranian mullah's and propaganda they have free reign. Now tell me what's wrong with that picture. Because that's unbelievable. Linda just sent me We'll get into this later. Man stabbed to death after an argument. New York City. Midtown, Broad DAYLIGHT, In other words, a typical day after you defund, dismantle the police and have no bail laws in New York City. And then you want to take away their indemnification or qualified immunity, which means that cops everybody that they arrest will then sue them because they got to hire their own attorneys. That means policing as we know it. It will be reimagined because there won't be any police because nobody will be able to afford to do that job. So anyway, House Republicans are going to move forward with that. We're going to watch this story. Um, there was an interesting piece that I saw. Where was this? It was on Fox News. I think in the epic times I'm sorry. Larry Sanger, co founder of Wikipedia, warned that this that that site is more one sided than ever in light of The websites. Entries for Black Lives matters the 2020 election. Donald Trump's impeachment, other other topics, and he took issue. It's how some Wikipedia entries are sourced, Linda How many times have we tried to get the real story of me? Right and they just lie and you know, it's like a full time job to try and get them to Could not lie about you. But because of times V. Sullivan, there's very little I can do. He noted that Wikipedia is banned. Fox News Political reporting The New York Post the daily Mail from being used its sources. They don't even let you use it. And by the way, uh other sources on the other sources that can be used, you know, even the blaze. Breitbart, the daily wire, gateway pundit Newsmax all banned. Unbelievable. Have given up reading about myself, so I don't have the means to do it anyway. All right, 809 41 Sean, you want to be a part of the program. We got a lot of ground to cover today. All things o Reilly later in the program. We'll talk about the double standard. Trump versus Biden. What That last name difference means in the real world. It's sad. I also do get an update on the New York City mayors race, independent Republican candidate Curtis Livable Way in he wants. He wants to refund the police. He wants to bring back The policies of Rudy Giuliani. Would be good for New York City would save New York City, New York City have enough conservatives? Enough people smart enough to do it? I don't know. Many of us are trying to figure out how to increase our property value right now. And a big part of that probably is in your backyard. Maybe haven't thought about it. But when you make your back yard an oasis all year long, you can do it with a master spa swim spa or hot tub. Linda just placed her order. She wanted the Master spa swim spa That's like you swim, and it's got a current so you can do it at whatever level you most comfortable at correct. You can. So it's like a great exercise tool. It's also great for therapy. There's just a lot of added benefits. It's not just a spot, even though it has that feature, and it's amazing. Listen, we all deserve a little relaxation in our life. Uh, I met with the people of Master spas. I'm beyond impressed. They are by far the largest American built hot tub and swim spa Brand. Uh and I'm going to tell you these are great people. And and by the way, don't be intimidated by something else they are going to have to maintain. No, no, it's simple, low maintenance, very low maintenance, and they have options for every income level. You don't need the big one to get a bit. Get a nice small one, a starter one. And you get out there in the middle of winter and the water's 98 degrees.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Have all right to our top story, though the President Donald Trump, now taking an important step confronting big tech monopolies. That have been banning conservatives from their platforms and openly trying to rig elections. Remember we've talked a lot about section 2 30 that provides liability. Protection for content. Providers. For example, If you are in news organization, you don't get section 2 30 protection. But if you allow content to be placed on whatever social media site you have, and you're not involved in editorial, then you have the liability protection that you can't be held responsible for what other people put on there. As soon as you start editing You really no different than fake news, CNN or the New York Times or The Washington Post, or M s DNC or any of the three networks anyway? We saw this play out. I mean, you cannot even begin to calculate How much money in kind donation it represented to the Biden campaign, hiding the contents of zero experience Hunters laptop, They bury that story. And now, of course, shadow banning which we've discussed at length. That all happens. Then, of course, just the outright censoring of any conservative if you don't like their point of view, so the lawsuit now is against Tech giants Facebook, Twitter. Google over censorship along with their respective CEOs. Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey at Jack and the leader of Google, who I don't know how to pronounce his name. The class action suits will allow Trump to represent a larger group of affected people. It's a class action suit. My sources tell me that it is being filed by the America First Policy Institute. I'm not mistaken. I think that's Linda McMahon's group, and also apparently the lawyers that are going to be involved in this case of the same ones that Uh, That argued against the tobacco companies. So you're dealing with serious players here. It should be interesting to watch now simultaneously in the House of Representatives House Judiciary Committee Republicans led by the ranking member or friend, Jim Jordan of Ohio. Said. Their agenda is to speed up and strengthen anti trust enforcement and hold big tech accountable for censorship. Increased transparency around the tech companies content moderation decisions. Why is it that you know the last we checked, and it was a little while ago granted The press. Former president United States has canceled on social media sites. But Iranian mullahs, Zim propagandists they have free reign. Now tell me what's wrong with that picture. Because that's unbelievable. Linda just sent me We'll get into this later. Man stabbed to death after an argument. New York City. Midtown, Broad DAYLIGHT, In other words, a typical day after you defund, dismantle the police and have no bail laws in New York City. And then you want to take away their indemnification or qualified immunity, which means that cops everybody that they arrest will then sue them because they got to hire their own attorneys. That means policing as we know it. It will be reimagined because there won't be any police because nobody will be able to afford to do that job. So anyway, House Republicans are going to move forward with that. We're going to watch this story. Um, there was an interesting piece that I saw. Where was this? It was on Fox News. I think on the epic times. I'm sorry. Larry Sanger, co founder of Wikipedia, warned that this that that site is more one sided than ever in light of The websites. Entries for Black Lives matters the 2020 election. Donald Trump's impeachment, other other topics, and he took issue. It's how some Wikipedia entries are sourced, Linda How many times have we tried to get the real story of me? Right and they just lie and you know, it's like a full time job to try and get them to Do not lie about you. But because of times V. Sullivan. There's very little I can do. He noted that Wikipedia has banned Fox News. Political reporting. The New York Post the daily Mail from being used its sources. They don't even let you use it. And by the way, uh other sources on the other sources that can be used, you know, even the blaze. Breitbart, the daily wire, gateway pundit Newsmax all banned. Unbelievable. Have given up reading about myself, so I don't have the means to do it anyway. All right, 809 41 Sean, you want to be a part of the program. We had a lot of ground to cover today. All things o Reilly later in the program. We'll talk about the double standard. Trump versus Biden. What That last name difference means in the real world. It's sad. I also do get an update on the New York City mayors race, independent Republican candidate Curtis Livable Way in here and he wants to refund the police. He wants to bring back The policies of Rudy Giuliani. To be good for New York City would save New York City, New York City have enough conservatives? Enough people smart enough to do it? I don't know. Many of us are trying to figure out how to increase our property value right now on a big part of that probably is in your backyard. Maybe haven't thought about it. But when you make your back yard an oasis all year long, you can do it with a master spa swim spa or hot tub. Linda just placed her order. She wanted the Master spa swim spa That's like you swim, and it's got a current so you can do it at whatever level you most comfortable at correct. You can. So it's like a great exercise tool. It's also great for therapy. There's just a lot of added benefits. It's not just a spot, even though it has that feature, and it's amazing. Listen, we all deserve a little relaxation in our life. Uh, I met with the people of Master spasm beyond impressed. They are by far the largest American built hot tub and swim spa Brand. Uh and I'm going to tell you these are great people. And and by the way, don't be intimidated by by something else they are going to have to maintain. No, no, it's simple, low maintenance, very low maintenance, and they have options for every income level. You don't need the big one to get a get a nice small one. A starter one and you get out there in the middle of winter and the water's 98.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Be a niche perfect job that so modest about their one inch one we bragging about it don't brag about one inch on it right now down all about it. I'm gonna brag about this interview. Because larry sanger is one of the smartest dudes that that i know and he just wants to do right by providing real factual information got a great vision for how to make that happen and i think we should just get down to it. It's always a thrill to speak with the founder somebody who has pioneered a technology and a resource. That is world renown. It's even more interesting when that person has moved on from that world renowned source because of serious philosophical disputes. With a co-founder. Today we're talking. With larry sanger the basically the person who spearheaded wikipedia. This was you know he. He named it he led it its first year and he formulated much of the original policies. He founded it along with jimmy wales and that was way back in two thousand one so this is a wikipedia is twenty episode of the bed. Crypto podcast larry. Welcome to the show. Hey well thanks for having me on. Yeah it's it's been a long time since Since we started it. Can you believe that twenty years. Twenty years Actually seems like twenty years to seems like a lifetime ago. Yeah so what was thought. What was the impetus for creating it. Try to put yourself in the mindset of two decades ago. Well jimmy wales hired me to do it basically. It was my full time job to start a free encyclopedia for obama's so bomb inc Was the company behind bombs dot com which was One of the bigger web ring portals of the late nineteen nineties back number such things. No don't bomb us l. He said obama's. Oh.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"To the mostly. True bad crypto. Podcast episode number. Four hundred. seventy seven. I am joel comm. I fact check that. I am the world's largest holder of bitcoin. I'm i'm not. That's a lie. I'm travis right travis. Welcome to the show. Everybody great interview with larry. Sanger you guys are really gonna dig this The dude who has been on the inside and can lay out. What happened at wikipedia. A little bit about pedia and his vision for where things are going in the future. And i we're going to tell you about our sponsor at one inch one inch dodig. Change their defies leading decks aggregate. Or so imagine all of the decentralized exchanges out there and they're sourcing liquidity from all of these top decks including trust swamp including unicef swamp. And it saves you time in money on your swaps. Basically one inch finds the best possible trading paths in splits it among multiple markets launched in may two thousand nineteen by two white hat. Hackers that globals eath new york hackathon. They've reached almost seven billion in overall volume and just over a year. I've used it. It's very cool. You can check it out swap on one inch version to today by going bad code dot. In ford slash one inch. That's bad code out. I and ford slash the number one inch. I n c h like. You have an inch to scratch now. That'd be a niche jeff that they're so modest about one inch bragging about it. She's gonna brag about one inch ragging on it right now. I'm gonna brag about this interview. Because larry sanger is one of the smartest dudes that that know and he just wants to do right by providing real factual information. He's got a great vision for how to make that happen. And i think we should just get down to it. It's always a thrill to speak with the founder somebody who has pioneered technology and resource. That is world renown. It's even more interesting when that person has moved on from that world renowned source because of serious philosophical disputes with a co founder. Today we're talking. With larry sanger the basically the person who spearheaded wikipedia. This was you know he named it. He'd let it its first year and he formulated much of the original policies. He founded it. Along with jimmy wales and that was way back in two thousand one so is a wikipedia is twenty. Episode of the bed crypto. Podcast larry welcome to the show. Hey well thanks for having me on. Yeah it said. It's been a long time since since we started it. Can you believe that twenty years. Twenty years is actually seems like twenty years. Here seems like a lifetime ago. Yeah well so you know what was the thought what was the impetus for creating it. Try to put yourself in the mindset of two decades ago. Well jimmy wales hired me to do it basically. It was my full time job to start a free encyclopedia for bombs. So bama's inc Was the company behind bombs dot com which was One of the bigger web ring portals of the late nineteen ninety s backman networks such things. No don't bomb us. No he said obama's. Oh yeah so. It's basically the idea was that we wanted to do for Encyclopedias what's basically laid the what's Open source software Principal did for lennox for example. Yeah i'm basically. How do you crowd source and encyclopedia. Get a whole bunch of people from all around the world working a synchronous. -ly you know at different times To to volunteer their their valuable time to build an encyclopedia that was basically the problem. I was given to solve this just at the job. Essentially just fell in my lap. Because i was Seeking jimmy wales out. Who has an acquaintance at the time. and many others for advice on a startup that i was thinking of doing. I'm isa don't work on that. Come to work on this and Yeah the whole idea of starting a actually being responsible for not just editing but starting an encyclopedia is really exciting to me how did you. How did you guys get into that. We said hey. We're going to create this thing. It's going to be calm. Everybody's gonna donate their time for free and we're gonna make no revenue. Were not gonna charge anything. We're not gonna do any advertising. We're gonna make no money. it's genius. How does that turn into a business. Model yeah That's a good question is i. I recall One of the first conversations we had And so the the short answer is we're gonna look like a nonprofit in the beginning and then slowly as more and more people get to use it and they get to like we will. We will slowly introduce ads and It will be at driven. And i was worried about that. I actually thought that okay. Well if you start doing that then all these people who see their work being you know having ads slapped on it but monday like take issue with that and and Of course this was long before the days of things like facebook and kwara and all these these content sites that shamelessly put ads everywhere Yeah it was. I mean sure there. There was a lot of You know Lot of websites that were paid for with ads but user generated content. Paid for by odds was was kind of edgy. So i was worried and he said okay for it really gets down to that then converted into a nonprofit and you know we'll just draw nice big sinecure out of this this is essentially what he told me And i said okay. Well one way or another. I think it sounds like it. it could be worthwhile. So that's basically how it was going to go. I i think the way that that jimmy wales portrayed it to me was this enterprise is you know just something to benefit the world and We of course will benefit alongside but from actually making it but it's going to benefit the world and so that was the selling point. There's also the selling point that it was easy to make to the volunteers. So what was the initial philosophy of wikipedia you know in terms of becoming this encyclopedia and not being.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Did you know that. Neil armstrong learn to fly a plane before he got his driver's license. You would if you watch. The series armstrong on curiosity stream launched by the creator of discovery channel. Curiosity stream is the opposite of mindless tv. This is non-fiction entertainment created by award. Winning filmmakers available on any device satisfy your curiosity for less than two bucks. A month at curiosity stream dot com slash fox. That's curiosity stream dot com slash fox. The pandemic has the pope cutting salaries. Fox's simon owen. Reports from london. Pope francis says he's cutting the salaries of roman catholic cardinals by ten percent. Other senior clerics at the vatican will lose eight percent while nuns and priests working in the holy see are down. Three percents. francis says the move is aimed at saving jobs. Many lay workers salaries won't be reduced. The pope says he needs to make the vatican's finances sustainable with the pandemic severely impacting tourism revenues in london. Simon owen fox news is apparently shortage of man's best friend in the military and other federal agencies. Fox's rachel sutherland. At federal government is looking for a few good canine any report and us. Navy's naval postgraduate school says us government has faced a chronic shortage domestically bred working dogs qualified for use by both the department of defense and other federal agencies researchers. Say the dog deficit could create security vulnerabilities train. Canine are highly prized for their ability. To sniff out bombs narcotics and other threats. Rachel sutherland fox news. Grownups celebrating the movies that matter to them. Fox's michelle pollino. Reports jodie foster and director lee daniels are among the winners of aarp's twentieth annual movies for grownups awards. The ceremony champions the films made by and four grownups or people over fifty feet into this year's event will be hosted by anchor hoda copy and will include her interview with career achievement recipient. George clooney ceremony will not be in person because of covid nineteen protocols but the winners speeches will be virtual other award winners. Include sophie of rent for her performance in the life ahead and anthony hopkins for the father. Michelle pollino fox. News euro functioning. Hey it's adam corolla from the adam corolla show if your business owner. You don't need me telling you that running a business is difficult but let's not make it harder than necessary. Don't let quickbooks spreadsheets. Slow you down. Stop paying for multiple systems. That don't give you the info in need when you need it. Upgrade to net suite by oracle the world's number one cloud business system get visibility and control over financials hr inventory commerce and more do it all from one place instantaneously whether you're doing a million or hundreds of millions in revenue save time save money with net sweet joined the over twenty two thousand companies using net sweet right now schedule your free product to our right now at net sweet dot com slash fox net sweet dot com slash. Here's a look at weather from the heartland news feed weather center friday mostly to partly cloudy conditions. We'd like win. Highs expected to be near fifty six with a low around forty five saturday a fifty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms otherwise. Mostly sunny high near seventy one. That's the latest weather shafqat. More news and weather on our website at heartland news dot com. The internet is rife with misinformation. Fake unbiased news. So-called fact checkers that are nothing more than political activists slopes and then there's wikipedia. Yes there are people out there that think wikipedia is a trustworthy source for information. If you're one of them were sorry to say that your bubble is going to be burst today as we welcome larry sanger to the show. The co founder of wikipedia. Larry has much to say about. What's really taking place there. And he provides a vision for how we can overcome this era of false information to build a truly useful in decentralized in cyclists fear. This podcast is the top podcast in the world. Even more popular than joe rogan. I fact check asking the internet. Some dude said it was true now. He may have been stoned off his mind. But we're just going to go with it. It was me it was me. I can prepare to hear some factual information on episode number. Four hundred seventy seven.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Truth more fast whole truth things things that are kind of true. Mostly true but we're going to say they're true because we believe they're true and welcome to the mostly. True bad crypto podcast episode number. Four hundred and seventy seven. I m joel tom. I fact check that. I am the world's largest holder of bitcoin. I'm i'm not. That's a lie. I'm travis travis. Welcome to the show. Everybody great interview with larry. Sanger you guys are really going to dig this The dude who has been on the inside and is gonna lay out. What happened at wikipedia. A little bit about every pedia and his vision for where things are going in the future. And i we're going to tell you about our sponsor at one inch one inch dot exchange their defies leaving decks aggregated or so imagine all of the decentralize exchanges out there and they're sourcing liquidity from all of these top deck says including trust swamp including swap. And it saves you time. In money on your swamps one inch finds the best possible trading paths in splits it among multiple markets they launched in may two thousand nineteen by two hat hackers at eighth globals east new york hackathon. They've reached almost seven billion overall volume and just over a year. I've used it. It's very cool. You can check it out swap on one inch version to today by going to bad code dot. I n ford slash one inch. That's bad co dot. In four slash the number one inch. I n c h you have an inch to scratch. No that'd be. A niche is the fact that so modest about their one inch if anyone we bragging about. It don't brag about one inch on it right now down you all about it. I'm gonna brag about this interview. Because larry sanger is one of the smartest dudes that that i know and he just wants to do right by providing real factual information. He's got a great vision for how to make that happen. And i think we should just get down to it. It's always a thrill to speak with the founder somebody who has pioneered a technology and a resource. That is world renown. It's even more interesting when that person has moved on from that world renowned source because of serious philosophical disputes. With a co-founder. Today we're talking. With larry sanger the basically the person who spearheaded wikipedia. This was you know he. He named it he'd let it. Its first year and he formulated much of the original policies. He founded it. Along with jimmy wales and that was way back in two thousand one so this is a wikipedia is twenty episode of the bank. Crypto podcast larry. Welcome to the show. Hey well thanks for having me on. Yeah it's it's been a long time since since we started it. Can you believe that twenty years. Twenty years has actually seems like twenty years to seems like a lifetime ago. Yeah well so what was the thought. What was the impetus for creating it. Try to put yourself in the mindset of two decades ago well jimmy wales to do it basically. It was my full time job to start a free encyclopedia. For obama's so bama's inc was the company behind bombs dot com which was one of the bigger web ring portals of the late nineteen ninety s back number such things. No don't bomb us. He said obama's. Oh yeah so. It's basically the idea was that we wanted to do for Encyclopedias what's basically the A what's Open source software Principles did for lennox for example. Yeah i'm basically How do you crowd source encyclopedia. How do you get a whole bunch of people from all around the world. Working a synchronous. -ly you know at different times to to volunteer their their valuable time to build an encyclopedia so that was basically the problem. I was given to solve this. Just the job. Essentially just fell in my lap. Because i was seeking jimmy wales out who has an acquaintance at the time and among many others for advice on a a startup that i was thinking of doing an isa. Don't work on that. Come to work on this and the whole idea of starting a actually being responsible for not just editing but starting an encyclopedia was really exciting. To me how did you. How did you get into that. We said hey we're going to create this thing it's going to be everybody's gonna donate their time for free and we're gonna make revenue. We're not gonna anything. we're not gonna do any advertising. We're gonna make money it's genius. How does that turn into a business model. Yeah that's a good question that is i. I recall One of the first conversations we had And so the the short answer is we're gonna look like a nonprofit in the beginning And then slowly as more more people get to use it and they get to like We will we will slowly introduce ads and It will be at driven and I was worried about that. I actually thought that okay. Well if you start doing that then all these people who see their work being you know having slapped on it but month they like take issue with that and and Of course this was long before the day is things like facebook and kwara and and all these these content sites that shamelessly put ads everywhere. Yeah it was. I mean sure there. There was a lot of a lot of websites that were paid for with ads. But user generated content paid for by ads was was kind of edgy. So i was worried. And he said okay for it really gets down to that then will convert it into a nonprofit and you know we'll just draw nice big sinecure out of this. This is essentially what he told me And i said okay. Well one way or another i think It sounds like it could be worthwhile. So that's basically how it was going to go. I think the way that that jimmy wales portrayed it to me was This enterprise is you know just something to benefit the world and we of course will benefit alongside but from actually making it but it's going to benefit the world and so that was the selling point there's also the selling point that's it was easy to make to the.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fox News Audio is on the Fox News after Voices America trucks Promoted no. What could be The last federal execution is scheduled today. Dustin Higgs, facing a lethal injection for his part in kidnapping and killing three young women in DC 24 years ago. President elect Biden says he plans to end the federal use of the death penalty. Last night, Corey Johnson was put to death for a 1992 crime spree in Richmond. The Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from both men. Social media platform parlor, waiting to hear whether a federal judge will grant their request to order Amazon to restore their connection to the World Wide Web. Following last week's right at the U. S. Capitol, Amazon Web services pulled the plug on parlor, citing a wave of violent content. Amazons attorney argued the events of January 6 changed the way we think about the world. Took what was merely hypothetical and made it chillingly real Amazon had every right after that happened with the surgeon content. Violent content on parlor to take that into account, however, denies its platform had anything to do with the capital violence. Fox's Dan Springer reports the judge hearing the case once ruled that laws barring the burning of the American flag violated free speech rights. You could look it up. There's an online milestone today. Wikipedia They're not so perfect and digital encyclopedia with an army of volunteer editors, even Vandals launched by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger on this day in 2001, according to its own Wikipedia page, becoming one of the 15th most popular websites in the 13th most visited place on the Web. The San Francisco based Wikimedia Foundation, a nonprofit he's handling Wikipedia's servers. Fundraising, even legal challenge is over. Only the misrepresentations and imposters with over 15 billion hits from visitors each month, according to the Brussels Times and Information in 300 languages, with likely unanswered for just about any question. Jeff, but also Fox News. Jack Callahan. This'd Fox News Its engine men under the age of 35. You know what really impresses the ladies when a guy has a few drinks and later gets pulled over for bus driving that could cost you around $10,000 in fines, legal fees and increased insurance rates There goes, Let's grab dinner and a movie. Oh, I know you drive more carefully when your bust you proving that hundreds of times a woman admires that kind of confidence. You practiced how to speak. If a cop does pull you over slowly, clearly and politely, like good evening officer. A woman admires that kind of foresight. And what woman doesn't find it Adorable that you call it buzzed. Even though the law calls it drunk. You could get $10,000 goodbye along with any chance of having a girlfriend because nothing says I'm a catch More than a guy who lives in his parents basement and calls it.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Audio is on the Fox News after Voices America trusts Promoted now What could be the last federal execution is scheduled today. Dustin Higgs, facing a lethal injection for his part in kidnapping and killing three young women in DC 24 years ago. President elect Biden says he plans to end the federal use of the death penalty. Last night, Corey Johnson was put to death for a 1992 crime spree in Richmond. The Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from both men. Social media platform parlor waiting to hear whether a federal judge will grant their request to order Amazon to restore their connection to the World Wide Web. Following last week's riot at the U. S. Capitol, Amazon Web services pulled the plug on parlor, citing a wave of violent content. Amazons attorney argued the events of January 6 changed the way we think about the world took what was merely hypothetical and made it chillingly real. Amazon had every right after that happened with the surgeon content. Violent content on parlor to take that into account, however, denies its platform had anything to do with the capital violence. Fox's Dan Springer reports the judge hearing the case once ruled that laws barring the burning of the American flag violated free speech rights. You could look it up. There's an online milestone today. Wikipedia They're not so perfect Digital encyclopedia with an Army of volunteer editors, even Vandals launched by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger on this day in 2001, according to its own Wikipedia page, becoming one of the 15th most popular websites in the 13th most visited place on the Web. The San Francisco based Wikimedia Foundation, a nonprofit is handling Wikipedia's servers. FUNDRAISING, even legal challenge is over. Only the misrepresentations and imposters with over 15 billion hits from visitors each month, according to the Brussels Times and Information in 300 languages, with likely unanswered for just about any question. Jeff Man. Also Fox News Jack Keller here This'll is Fox News. From.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"After Voices America Trust. Promoted and now What could be The last federal execution is scheduled today. Dustin Higgs, facing a lethal injection for his part in kidnapping and killing three young women and DC 24 years ago. President elect Biden says he plans to end the federal use of the death penalty. Last night, Corey Johnson was put to death for a 1992 crime spree in Richmond. The Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from both men with Social Media platform parlor waiting to hear whether a federal judge will grant their request to order Amazon to restore their connection to the World Wide Web. Following last week's right at the U. S. Capitol, Amazon Web services pulled the plug on parlor, citing a wave of violent content. Amazons attorney argued the events of January 6 changed the way we think about the world took what was merely hypothetical and made it chillingly real. Amazon had every right after that happened with the surgeon content. Violent content on parlor to take that into account, however, denies its platform had anything to do with the capital violence. Fox's Dan Springer reports the judge hearing the case once ruled that laws barring the burning of the American flag violated free speech rights. You could look it up. There's an online milestone today. Wikipedia They're not so perfect and digital encyclopedia with an army of volunteer editors, even Vandals launched by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger on this day in 2001, according to its own Wikipedia page, becoming one of the 15th most popular websites in the 13th most visited place on the Web. The San Francisco based Wikimedia Foundation, a nonprofit is handling Wikipedia's servers. FUNDRAISING, even legal challenge is over. Holy the misrepresentations and imposters with over 15 billion hits from visitors each month, according to the Brussels Times and Information in 300 languages, with likely unanswered for just about any question. Jeff.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"On the Fox News after Voices America Trust. Promoted know what could be. The last federal execution is scheduled today. Dustin Higgs, facing a lethal injection for his part in kidnapping and killing three young women in DC 24 years ago. President elect Biden says he plans to end the federal use of the death penalty. Last night, Corey Johnson was put to death for a 1992 crime spree in Richmond. The Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from both men. Social media platform parlor waiting to hear whether a federal judge will grant their request to order Amazon to restore their connection to the World Wide Web. Following last week's right at the U. S. Capitol, Amazon Web services pulled the plug on parlor, citing a wave of violent content. Amazons attorney argued the events of January 6 changed the way we think about the world took what was merely hypothetical and made it chillingly real Amazon had every right After that happened with the surgeon content. Violent content on parlor to take that into account, however, denies its platform had anything to do with the capital violence. Fox's Dan Springer reports the judge hearing the case once ruled that laws barring the burning of the American flag violated free speech rights. You could look it up. There's an online milestone today. Wikipedia They're not so perfect Digital encyclopedia with an Army of volunteer editors, even Vandals launched by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger on this day in 2001, according to its own Wikipedia page, becoming one of the 15th most popular websites in the 13th most visited place on the Web. The San Francisco based Wikimedia Foundation, a nonprofit he's handling Wikipedia's servers. Fundraising, even legal challenge is over. Only the misrepresentations and imposters with over 15 billion hits from visitors each month, according to the Brussels Times and Information in 300 languages, with likely unanswered for just about any question. Jeff.

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"larry sanger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"larry sanger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Insured by NC Way. What could be The last federal execution is scheduled today. Dustin Higgs, facing a lethal injection for his part in kidnapping and killing three young women in DC 24 years ago. President elect Biden says he plans to end the federal use of the death penalty. Last night, Corey Johnson was put to death for a 1992 crime spree in Richmond. The Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from both men. Social media platform parlor, waiting to hear whether a federal judge will grant their request to order Amazon to restore their connection to the World Wide Web. Following last week's right at the U. S. Capitol, Amazon Web services pulled the plug on parlor, citing a wave of violent content. Amazons attorney argued the events of January 6 changed the way we think about the world took what was merely hypothetical and made it chillingly real Amazon had every right After that happened with the surgeon content violent content on parlor to take that into account holder denies this platform had anything to do with the capital violence. Fox's Dan Springer reports. The judge hearing the case once ruled that laws barring the burning of the American flag violated free speech rights. You could look it up. There's an online milestone today. Wikipedia They're not so perfect and digital encyclopedia with an army of volunteer editors, even Vandals launched by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger on this day in 2001, according to its own Wikipedia page, becoming one of the 15th most popular websites in the 13th most visited place on the Web, the San Francisco based Wikimedia Foundation, a nonprofit he's handling Wikipedia's servers, fundraising, even legal challenges over too. Only the misrepresentations and imposters with over 15 billion hits from visitors each month, according to the Brussels Times and Information in 300 languages, with likely unanswered for just about any question. Jeff.

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