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When you play the game of wikis, you reliably source or die


Various pages I've built have turned into ongoing projects to maintain, providing summaries of topic you can't get elsewhere on the internet.

This is my blog

Tor and Cybercrime[edit]

I research and write around cyber crime and dark web sites a fair bit these days, both on Wikipedia for core issues and RationalWiki for where it heads into original research. Some of these resources are pretty well populated as a result.

Things I still keep an eye on[edit]

Completed Projects[edit]

The following supported the development of from the Open Rights Group

Completed Pages[edit]

These are things I built or did major work on that are in a good state and I don't care about personally maintaining any more.

User Boxen[edit]

Piratpartiet.svg This user is a member of
WikiProject Pirate Politics.
Copyleft.svg This user opposes copyright, and encourages the free exchange of culture.
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This user supports
Proportional Representation.
Computer-lock.gif This user is a computer security professional.
UFO template.svg This user is a skeptic.
Dollar symbol gold.svg This user supports proprietary software and its potential for profit.
Firefox This user prefers Mozilla Firefox.
WoW This user finally quit playing World of Warcraft.
firefly This user is a Browncoat.
H+ This user is a member of WikiProject Transhumanism
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Brain animated color nevit.gif This user does not contribute by using a web browser. Rather, they upload material directly to the internet by using the awesome power of their mind.

-xen This user believes that userbox should always be pluralised userboxen, and thinks that this is one of the most important and exciting issues of our time.
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WikiProject Futures studies.