Recently, there has been quite a lot of online chatter among members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints about a manifesto that I helped write advocating for what we call radical orthodoxy. You can read the manifesto … Continue reading →
Recently critics and dissidents have been clamoring for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to abolish the common practice of having lay bishops hold private interviews with youth in which they ask them questions about sexual morality and … Continue reading →
Tagged: abuse, bishop, Chastity, children, interview, lds, morality, mormon, policy, sexuality, worthiness, youth
A week without any social media, news media, or blogs, has been enlightening. I deleted all the social media apps from my phone and closed all of my pinned browser tabs to social media sites. During the first few days … Continue reading →
You may have noticed that things have been quiet here on my blog for a long time. The reason I have been blogging less is that for the last two years I have been writing a book. Mormons write a … Continue reading →
What they are doing in China using technology to modify and mold social behavior is both ingenious and amazing, but also terrifying. This article from Wired is long, but worth the read: INSIDE CHINA’S VAST NEW EXPERIMENT IN SOCIAL RANKING … Continue reading →
Tagged: big brother, credentials, cryptography, decentralized, distributed, government, privacy, reputation, social credit score, technology, trust
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