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Cypherpunkd Episode 009: “ – The Agorist Unconference” – George Donnelly |

Posted April 14th, 2011 in Cypherpunkd by admin

George Donnelly creator/organizer of the “Unconference” joins us to discuss his project. George tells us a little of his path from statism to where he is now. We discuss some of the presenters and topics, how it came about, how it went, plans for the next conference. Agorism on the ground in Latin America, the weakness of the state, the atomization of individuals in the US and cultural support systems in many “third world” countries actually being very agoric, and along with many other topics along the way.

Silver coins embedded in plastic sheets:

  1. David says:

    Is anyone else having the interview cut short at around 10 minutes in?

    Also, I’m having some difficulty connecting to the chat room from my client. I’m using WeeChat. Any tips?

    admin says:
    • David, which interview is getting cut off. What stream, player are you using? WeeChat? Does it support IRCS:// SSL?
      We will put up a web interface chat gateway this weekend.
      Let me know more details on your issues. Thanks.

      • David says:

        I think the issue has to do with my version of WeeChat. I was able to connect with other clients. No worries!

  2. admin says:

    Embedded chat system still on its way.
    The mp3 was fixed last week.

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Cypherpunkd Episode 007: “ Pirate Radio” – Ian Freeman |

Posted April 12th, 2011 in Cypherpunkd by admin

Cypherpunked gives an intro to the podcast, about the importance of knowing how to do pirate radio and the information presented. Followed with an excellent presentation by liberty activist Ian Freeman, Free Talk Live Radio Host and experienced broadcaster, given at the first conference on “Pirate Radio”.

Everything you ever wanted to know about operating an Agorist Pirate Radio Station but were afraid to ask…

Topics covered: How Ian got involved with Pirate Radio. Cost of Pirate Radio station equipment. The FCC Limited Staff and Resources, how to deal with them. Examples of known cases of broadcasters encountering problems with the FCC. Who is doing Pirate Radio? Wattage to cover your Property, Neigborhood, City. AM or FM which is cheaper, Part 15, Linking Part 15 for larger areas. LRN.FM programming content for your station. (Hey, don’t pass up broadcasting!) Cheap throw-away equipment vs. quality. Ku band FTA (Free To Air) satellite relay, coverage, and popularity in the US vs Europe. Standalone net streaming boxes to feed transmitters. Types of transmitters. Types of antennas. Where to put an antenna and loads more.

- Links:
LRN.FM tech info page referenced in the podcast on setting up your own station.