Stallman ISN'T OUT OF TOUCH With Technology!

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In some previous videos about Stallman I said something that I would like to take back and that is that Stallman is out of touch with technology, while he does have some funky solutions for some modern problems he certainly understands what the problems actually are.

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1:17 Phones
2:48 Schools
6:04 Surveilance
7:57 Internet Of Things
10:13 Free Software
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  • explosion mental
    Posted at 21:05h, 19 May

    first, where is my heart

  • Theory_of_Everything
    Posted at 21:15h, 19 May

    I can still agree with Stallman's Opinion on school weather online or in person, there was nothing private about the schools. I virtualized all of my online meetings, and used burner laptops for all of my exams. I still don't feel comfortable with online learning with all of the privacy concerns and whatnot.

  • Lehner82
    Posted at 21:19h, 19 May

    Everyone who badmouths Stallman will be tormented by devils using proprietary methods for eternity.
    They know it. That's why they are so desperately trying to get him canceled.

  • stack-smasher
    Posted at 21:30h, 19 May

    Watched this on my pocketized surveillance device

  • The Larry
    Posted at 21:37h, 19 May

    Honestly the solution I see with phones is to just return to the pre smart phone era. The existence of these huge social media companies just goes to show that the phones lost their purpose as a device to have a chat with someone you know, and are instead used as more accessible desktops.

  • Karl Billeter
    Posted at 21:45h, 19 May


    He’s right in that normalisation of surveillance and lack of privacy is key. It’s a real issue that even signing an email will be looked at askance outside tech environments.

  • 06kellyjac
    Posted at 21:51h, 19 May

    No one is going to make a phone where you can turn off the cell modem?… what do you think the librem 5 is doing…

  • Mr Sansiverius
    Posted at 21:53h, 19 May

    Brodie help, strangers on the internet who use proprietary operating systems are making fun of me for not having an image preview in my file picker 🙁

  • AnalyticMinded
    Posted at 22:17h, 19 May

    When are you going to do a g-key vim tutorial? I think it's your turn now! 😛

  • Jason Croyle
    Posted at 22:54h, 19 May

    They posted your video over on there website also looks like your moving up in the world congrats Brodie.

  • Holland Garos
    Posted at 23:10h, 19 May

    The mic solution for mobiles will be available on the same week of gnu hurd's release

  • Christian Meier
    Posted at 23:19h, 19 May

    John McAfee proposed an even more secure phone years before that Stallman talk.

  • Juzu Juzu
    Posted at 00:56h, 20 May

    Governments are the worst entities even at the best countries, those are the last entities I would trust with anything.

  • Tuncay D
    Posted at 00:57h, 20 May

    About the phone issue, It is not new idea by Stallman. Edward Snowden already talked about this issue and warned people. He also made tutorial for how to do this with your phone, but most people don't have the knowledge doing it anyway. And I have searched a bit the web, but could not find it. I think there was a phone with such hardware switches to disable these things (or was it just a prototype?).

  • Zlatan
    Posted at 02:02h, 20 May

    Of course he is not out of touch with tech. He is out of touch with reality.

  • Leo Liu
    Posted at 02:34h, 20 May

    I absolutely root for your opinion on how online class exam should be fundamentally be implemented differently from in-person classrooms. A large final project is a better solution that is very compatible with STEM subjects in higher education. With vaccines gradually distributing, students are starting to go back to school, but some professors should have and should always understand that online class is fundamentally different from offline format, and that their teaching method should adjust to the change.

  • Mr. Rich B.O.B
    Posted at 03:06h, 20 May

    I would LOVE to be IT for my local schools. Shoot, I would have every one of them self-hosted and using their own intranet by tomorrow morning. But schools are underfunded. The ones that care, anyway, are. I could complain about American school systems in depth, but it is best to leave it there.

  • windowsrefund refund
    Posted at 03:08h, 20 May

    Yea, it's so obvious that people who use the "out of touch" angle are just looking for a way to excuse their own ignorance and laziness when it comes to important subjects. When it comes to Free Software, it's always been quite boolean; software is either freedom-granting or freedom-restricting (based on the 4 well established freedoms). The "out of touch" thing is basically a clone of the whole "America's Constitution was written N years ago by old white guys" argument typically used by Marxists/Communists and/or people who love to lick boots since it allows them to dismiss their inability to display any core values and take any responsibility. Anyway, back to Stallman… I'm really glad you're taking the time to cut through the propaganda and rhetoric. Good stuff.

  • pokemastercool
    Posted at 07:25h, 20 May

    When's your Monero wallet coming online?

  • Tux Named Lala
    Posted at 09:16h, 20 May

    We wan't Vim g-key tutorial.

  • Siwiec Ministro
    Posted at 11:05h, 20 May

    It is today's webpages that are atrocious, not "90s fsf webpage". It is clean and full of information.
    I don't understand how you can say such ridiculous thing, considering you are proficient in IT topics. Javascript is evil and Telephones should not be used to browse the web.

  • Anzan Hoshin Roshi
    Posted at 11:52h, 20 May

    Thank you, Brodie.

  • survivor303
    Posted at 12:20h, 20 May

    all these things is "you already know" to your audience. this information can be something new for normies, how many viewer is normie? 😀

  • siljrath
    Posted at 12:43h, 20 May

    healthy evolving introspection, transcending the groupthink swayings. 🙂 glad this progressing.

  • Finxert ­
    Posted at 16:43h, 20 May

    Do you still use your IoT lightbulbs?

  • ֹ ֹ
    Posted at 02:58h, 21 May

    Brodie redemption arc

  • Flako
    Posted at 15:50h, 22 May

    I believe we need him. It is important to have somebody that symbolizes an Idea without compromises and no grey area.
    If we don't understand the whole spectrum of what privacy actually means, we will slowly accept the status quo.

  • commodore256
    Posted at 18:37h, 22 May

    What do you expect from black boxes that have Wifi or worse a 4G/5G modem? Think about it, remember Jurassic Park or Megaman Battlenetwork with the exploding ovens? That sounds realistic in a smart appliance world, but Jurassic Park and Battle Network's stories were centered around the Local Area Network. That Island in Jurassic Park wasn't hacked by some guy with a gigabit line in Seattle or something, it was sabotaged by the guy paid to maintain the system on the Island and the Exploding Ovens weren't hacked by a WWW member from miles away, it was the "Repair Technician" that had psychical access to the oven.

    If all of those dystopian stories were written with the assumption they needed physical access, imagine how bad they would be if they had wifi or a 4G modem and few people on this planet knew how they worked.

  • Poppa Smurf
    Posted at 21:42h, 22 May

    I have a fire stick but I keep the remote outside….