To Debunk Red Rooms (Once and For All)

I’ve written quite a few posts attempting to debunk red rooms on this blog, but I think I’ve finally had the nail in the coffin (technology wise, anyway). Some of you already know this is the case, but there are still people who continue to insist on their existence. For those who don’t know, Invidious […]

How to Access I2P (The Basics)

I’ve noticed that some of the technical topics I’ve discussed in the past still aren’t all that well understood. That being said, I’ve mentioned I2P on several posts; it can be one of the more challenging anonymity networks to use, especially if you aren’t familiar with the topic. Part of the reason that I think […]

I2P on Linux: An Update

As you may know if you read this blog with any regularity, I chat on MadIRC frequently. This morning, while there, one of my friends kindly pointed out that “…your post about I2P on Linux is shit,” or something to that effect. The truth hurts! To be honest, when writing it, I was referring to […]

They Asked Me About Marianas Web Again…

So…I was chatting on MadIRC again this morning (which has become a regular occurrence), and we had a stranger wander in. She was nice, but some of our conversations revolved around conspiracy theory-ish topics. At some point, she sent me a private message and was asking about Marianas Web. I thought, Oh, it’s my other […]

Refresher: Still No Deep Web Levels

Those of you who read this blog regularly are probably familiar with the concept of the “deep web levels,” which I’ve said don’t exist – on more than one occasion. Someone asked me about it today, however, so here’s your “deep web primer.” The person who created the infamous deep web levels picture was just […]