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2 weeks ago

Announcing Operation: #whatsinit💬?

The chemical industry has gotten way out of hand. The industrial complex is so over-reaching that it's hard to find anything that isn't full of toxins, and harder to figure out exactly which toxins. Lobbyists have muddled the truth, and slowed progress in regulation, as usual.. and when a chemical does finally get regulated, chemists often just swap out one molecule for another, give it another name, and the show goes on.

This operation calls for seeking out the truth to what things contains what chemicals. This includes food, household items, natural products - everything. What's in it? What don't we know?

Label your posts in a way that organizes it by the items themselves, like @food💬, @lumber💬, @clothing💬, or whatever else you're exposing, and finally tag it with #whatsinit💬

#intro💬 #whatsinit💬



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2 weeks ago

Openbook is Anonymous' answer to Facebook.

The problem was the mass surveillance.
The problem was the mass hysteria.
The problem was the algorithmic newsfeed.
The problem was that everything you said was tied to your irl identity.

The problem was the Ad Hominem Fallacy.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ad_hominem

Openbook is our solution.

#openbook💬 #openbook101💬



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2 weeks ago

The oldest post about #openbook💬 that I could find...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBKb6YWTA20

This is presumably the initial release video for Openbook.

<3

#anonvid💬 #openbook💬 #openbookHistory💬 ;}



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3 weeks ago

When sharing lessons with each other about how to better search for information, especially in regards to searching on the internet, we use the hashtag #searchlores💬.

search (v.):
1. to look into or over carefully or thoroughly in an effort to find or discover something.
2. to uncover, find, or come to know by inquiry or scrutiny.
from https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/search

lore (n.):
1. something that is taught.
2. something that is learned.
from https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lore

This phrase is used in tribute to Fravia+ of ye olde website "searchlores" on which he explained in great detail how to get the most out of the internet and resist the tendency to be mislead or funneled into a certain worldview by search engines. Ah, the good old days... That was even before so-called "social media" started using artificial intelligence algorithms, unwittingly funneling us humans into filter bubbles, echo chambers, and other such psychological feedback loops.

Fravia's website here: http://search.lores.eu/indexo.htm
(R.I.P. Fravia+)

#searchlores💬 #intro💬



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3 weeks ago

What if there were a conspiracy so vast, so powerful, so ubiquitous, that even those who are a part of it don't realize that it exists?



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3 weeks ago

#Openbook101💬 is where we explain how to use Openbook, and how to get the most out of your time here.

Openbook is not a replacement for Facebook. It is something completely different. However, we do recommend getting off of Facebook, and using Openbook, instead... because of those differences.

Openbook was made to allow users to circumvent the mass culture of social media.

Openbook was made to allow technological laymen to more easily circumvent the mass surveillance of the internet.

Openbook was made to help detox your mind from your mind prisons, to grow beyond the narrow idea of who you are, and open your mind to who you could be. And to allow us to communicate more directly by stripping the message of the messenger.

To learn more about how to best use Openbook, read more #openbook101💬.

#intro💬 #openbook101💬



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3 weeks ago

This



...still works. ;D



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3 weeks ago

Hashtags were invented to help us better categorize information. They are also used to rally around a certain topic, or issue, and in the best case scenario have the potential to inspire people toward thoughtful, constructive mass action.

For more on how hashtags can inspire mass action, search these two hashtags together:
@Anonymous💬 @hashtags101💬

#openbook101💬 #hashtags101💬



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3 weeks ago

Hashtags can only contain letters, numbers, and underscores. They cannot contain spaces.

Hashtags must be separated by spaces! If you cram a string of hashtags together without spaces between them, they're hard to read, and on Openbook only the first hashtag will be turned into a link (in order to to discourage such madness).

Hashtags usually start with a letter, although they CAN start with a number, but ONLY if they ALSO include letters. This allows the original use of the "#" symbol to represent numbers without causing conflict with the newer use of # to represent hashtags. For example, numbers such as #1, or the meaning of life #42, will not turn into hashtag links or generate wiki articles.

Hashtags cannot have a space anywhere inside the hashtag, since a space marks the end of a hashtag. However, a hashtag can contain multiple words, as long as there are no spaces between the words. To make the hashtag more readable, capitalize each word in it. For instance, you can write @OpenbookHistory💬 instead of @openbookhistory💬, even though these both link to the same hashtag. You can also use an underscore in a hashtag, although this is uncommon.

If you're into the history of hashtags check out @HashtagHistory💬.

To theorize about how we can best use hashtags, use @HashtagTheory💬.

To learn how hashtags can inspire mass action, search these two hashtags together:
@Anonymous💬 @hashtags101💬

#howto💬 #openbook101💬 #hashtags101💬



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