Twitter, formerly Instagram and then formerly Gab (which later rebranded itself), censored gaming into a new age. This year on March 10, 2017, Twitter blocked the entire network of gaming sites. In response to this new-age censorship of gaming from Twitter and other major social media platforms, many companies like Google and Facebook have made changes that now completely stop certain gamers from getting their work in.
Gaming on Twitter & Beyond Old blogs: The following is yet another blog where I discuss how censorship works on social media. With social media as a new-age industry, this information would not be available except that I was given permission to use Twitter in order to publish, so I did.
Please let me know if/how I can reuse anything that I wrote in here in any way. As far as I know, I am the first to write about stuff like this with regards to social media censorship. My blog, Beyond Gaming, which you can link to, has gone up to over 1 million page views monthly. My name was also used as an alias in the gaming industry, I don’t know how many of you know of it, but it is an alias of me.
Why We Miss Our Kids: An Open Letter to Parents from The New York Times. Old blog: I am writing with a mixture of grief and despair to say that the lives that we had planned for our kids have not unfolded as we ever hoped. Our first thought was that our kids would live happily ever after at the big houses and the elite schools they are destined to attend, but they haven’t.
I wrote this post to take a stand on the need for a federal government run by adults. When we give our children everything and say that they will succeed, but we never give them a real education it is clear that children are at risk of being born without that first essential ingredient of childhood, self-reliance. The best approach I can think of to put kids back on the path to a life of self-determination would be to fund schools that truly teach self-reliance.
I think the idea of having a society ruled by adults, who are responsible and accountable for our society’s well-being, in a school was a great idea at one time in the past. The real problem with society is that so often we do not give ourselves the time that we need to get our teeth in.
Read and hear something like this and you have a real idea of how our society still functions. I am a teacher, and I am going to share some of my personal experiences and insights about the importance of having a strong educational foundation. Old blog: The United State government is the one place that the people don’t want the public to find out about.
My parents lived in rural Alabama, just like my friends. They owned or attended a real estate company, which meant that they had access to the entire local rural communities. Like all of them, my mother was a strong willed individual, very dedicated and hard working. My father was a man who was very serious about his job, that of a local school board representative with years of experience. I guess what makes my parents different from most, is that they came from humble roots.
The Federal government has been the primary force of corruption in all forms of government, from Congress to the executive branch and in the courts. This has happened because the government has been unwilling to do what it takes to get even close to the ideal of a “law and order” society, which is to ensure that the basic human rights and moral values are protected as well as the basic safety net of liberty, the rule of law, and respect for the Constitution.