The Social Media Exodus Has Begun. Here’s Where Everybody’s Going.

01/13/201710 Comments

10 years ago, everybody was on MySpace. 10 years from now, the Twitters and Facebooks and YouTubes of today will be dinosaurs, abandoned by users sick of censorship and centralized control. Thankfully, the alternatives to these social media dinosaurs are already here, and they’re blockchain-based, torrent friendly, decentralized and censorship resistant.

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10 comments

  1. Greg Bacon ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Don’t think FAKEBOOK will ever go away since now days, narcissism is regarded as a positive attribute instead of a negative.

  2. NES says:

    Of course, Youtube has to bend over the barrel even further now to accommodate the MSM’s fake news output to other countries. It’s the only market share they will have when the Western exodus reaches the heights that I hope it does. I’ve been saying for years–get off the corporate social media round-about and refuse their Draconian policies which are led by self-appointed elites who profit from mass ignorance and addiction. Happy to hear at least one social media giants’ market share has been seriously hit. That’s the best news ever. Thanks James.

  3. mkey ( User Karma: 6 ) says:

    Regarding BitChute, remember that someone always has to have the video “hosted” or better said sourced for anyone being able to watch it.

    That’s quite a lot different than what you get with youtube. For trending stuff it should work perfectly, also for garbage.

  4. Jason Carswell ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    = Unrelated But Worth Discussing =

    I found this fascinating and worth bringing to TCR:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_Prc6TmWKA

    Marxist Professor Richard Wolff does regular radio shows, informative, though provoking, and peppered with humour. In this radio show on YouTube (without video) “Economic Update: Economics of Emotional Labor (2017.01.05)”, his first 19 minutes are about the Universal Income concept clearly explained and argued for. He touches on other subjects and the second half is an interview with Dr Harriet Fraad on emotional labor – something I found fascinating and worth covering, if possible, on TCR.

    Of particular fascinating note, between 10 and 15 minutes from the end, only touched on but not expanded much upon was how the CIA supported Gloria Steinem’s brand of feminism that did not criticize capitalism. Please tell us more if you know about it.

    I’m not a feminist or men’s rights advocate, I’m a compassionate humanist. Recent, related, and also noteworthy is the Cassie Jaye story about her development of her new “Red Pill” documentary discovering that feminists and men’s rights people want much of the same things. (I can’t afford to watch it yet.) She’s also a cute intelligent interviewee that could get you nice ratings. Worth noting, there’s an unrelated very good YouTube documentary about Libya from their perspective, also called “Red Pill”.

    Let me know if this is out of place and where I should post stuff like this.

    1. candlesnstones ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

      richard d wolff is cool. for those of us who who sat thru those economic courses looking at graph after graph and lines that went this way and that way with an intersecting parabola ugh i was so bored. wolff really helped me because i always felt guilty for cheating in that class. i dont mean sneaking a peek at an answer or two from the student beside you… no no no i … i dont even know what you call it… zero mental output on my part and 100% stolen mental output from the young lady next to me whatever thats called. kinda like friends with benefits plus.

    2. mkey ( User Karma: 6 ) says:

      Naturally aligned feminist and man rights movements will always be compatible, since both seek the same thing, being equality of rights.

      This is also a basic litmus test which most of these movements will fail.

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