more notes to come, maybe
more notes to come, maybe
there's still more to add
Money comes from nowhere, and the entire thing is run by bots who game the system. This isn't just individual items and their income, but manipulating the entire "market" for large weekly buy-sell payouts.
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Overall this is adequate, but with several plot points and character traits which are difficult to believe. The biggest problem I have is the various brushes against citizen-terrorism apologetics. My takeaway is that this show is "safe", with some edginess fabricated for the kids.
Brave is a web browser that uses components from Chrome to build a more security-conscious browser which also has an alternate advertising mechanism with revenue sharing.
Like Chrome, it's missing fundamental things.
TODO - I'll add notes when I get around to re-re-watching this.
TODO - Is this out in blu-ray?
Particularly notable for its subtle and overt corporate jamming, Max Headroom was unique and wildly popular in its day but, for reasons unknown to me and not yet researched, had its life cut short.
I think I give my high personal rating because of its strong influences on my perceptions of the world. Perhaps it would not hold up today, but I'll note that on my eventual re-watch.
See also Dark Angel - (2000 show), if you like the general feel of this show.
A software application that can block ads from being displayed on your web browser.
This looks like it hasn't been updated in forever, because there are references to it being tested under Windows 95/98.
Privoxy is a non-caching web proxy with advanced filtering capabilities for enhancing privacy, modifying web page data and HTTP headers, controlling access, and removing ads and other obnoxious Internet junk.
I experimented with cliget during my replacing web browser components project. I was interested in replacing Greasemonkey and Stylish, Adblock (now I use Adblock Latitude), Change Referer Button, etc. While I did get it working, I didn't stick with it.
I use this alongside Adblock Latitude. Maybe I shouldn't.
This is not actually firewall software, but an ad-blocker/privacy extension.
The show was cancelled after two seasons, at which time I stopped caring enough that when I learned it had been un-cancelled I continued to not care.
A psychologically-disturbed young man's fantasies spiral out of control as he pursues a lunatic's dream for economic anarchy.
Fast and loose. This is one of those shows which tries to cash in on this generation's theme of general discontent. It generally fails. More-or-less entertaining.
For everyday people this is somewhat recommended. For fans of psychological stuff, and anti-corporatism, this is somewhat recommended. For people who know enough about computers but don't like psychological stuff or anti-corporatism, I do not recommend this.
Mr. Robot seems to be made as an homage-sequel to Fight Club - (1999 movie).