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Jonne Arjoranta

A short list of good resources for online safety

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EFF's Surveillance Self-Defense: https://ssd.eff.org/

A DIY Guide to Feminist Cybersecurity: https://hackblossom.org/cybersecurity/

Speak Up & Stay Safe(r) from Feminist Frequency: https://onlinesafety.feministfrequency.com/en/

The Motherboard Guide to Not Getting Hacked: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/d3devm/motherboard-guide-to-not-getting-hacked-online-saf...

Jonne Arjoranta

Watched Cold War

A really fascinating love story with the cold war as a distant background. Actually, everything in the movie is a distant background after the very beginning: the movie focuses exclusively on the two people wrapped in an on/off-romantic relationship, making even the other people in their lives appear as just props for their story. This is not a critique: the story is brilliantly told.

Watched on St. James Cavalier, Malta

Jonne Arjoranta

Jonne Arjoranta

It's very 2018 that the series that probes the hard existential questions in life stars a cartoon horse. Hey kids, wanna watch a series where one episode is nothing but a long eulogy to a mother from a son who hated her?

Watched on Netflix

Jonne Arjoranta

This was a weird movie. 80's nostalgia played straight-faced in world where everyone pretends that it's not a horrible dystopia. Everything bad is blamed on the evil corporation, when all the structural problems in the world are due to what the "good guys" have done. There is even a "resistance," but somehow they manage to miss that what they are actually resisting is capitalism and escapism. It's hard to revolt when you're too busy collecting virtual coins.

Watched on a plane

Jonne Arjoranta

Jonne Arjoranta

Can't help but love a show about ethics, even if it was far from perfect. They weren't very consistent on how ethics was used during the show -- even forgetting how the rules of The Good Place worked midway through the season.

I heard there might be as second season coming, but I'm not sure if it needs one, considering how they ended the first one. Still, I'm glad they did the first season. What's next, a show about epistemology?

Watched on Netflix

Jonne Arjoranta

Jonne Arjoranta

Jonne Arjoranta

Checked into Leijona-aukio

Classical trancelations.