Pricing Insanity, Culture Wars, and Losing Parts of the Internet
In which we talk about how greedy pricing schemes can and will run you right out of business (by running you right out of customers), how the Ken Ham-Bill Nye debate raises questions about Christians in the public square, and how incredibly weird it is that we can (and do) lose parts of the internet.
- Insane pricing schemes: Network Solutions ripping off its customers (1:07–13:05)
- Ken Ham vs. Bill Nye, the “culture war”, and having the wisdom to decide when one ought to opt for political silence and when one ought to opt for engagement (13:06–28:53)
- Link rot, backups, and losing parts of the internet (28:54–41:51)
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