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Notes on Consulting on Trolls for Tech Companies

This week I worked with a client to prove a long form version of┬áDon’t Feed The Trolls. Writing off trolls with a saying is meaningless when business investors are involved. PR problems require a few pages of diagnosis, explanation and advice. For this case, I built most of my argument recommending to ignore the social …

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mailbag #2 – Anonymous strikes again!

If you recall from my last little essay I got the wonderful opportunity to make fun of some pathetic little man who forces me to sift through his Sloth from the Goonies esque writing directed towards Margaret, and today he wrote: Fuck you, you racist enabler. This despicable tactic of being a walking melanoma cell …

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Cooperation Theory and Anonymous Trolling

I am reading Robert Axelrod's the Evolution of Cooperation after seeing its work on The Prisoner's Dilemma turn up over and over in Garett Jones' Hive Mind: How Your Nation's IQ Matters Much More Than You Think. There is considerable research (indeed, a whole book's worth) of material here dealing with cooperation and the Dilemma …

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Laura Loomer Blocked Me Instead Of Apologizing

If you’ve been following the saga. I called out Loomer for raising money for legal fees while simultaneously getting a nose job from the same plastic surgeon who agreed to do free work for her friend Jovi Val who got bottled for mouthing off about his MAGA hat, and she made several enemies by making …

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Trolling: Should You Post A Selfie Now?

On social media, one of the purposes of trolling someone is to get under their skin enough that it causes them to tweet or post in a way they normally wouldn’t. One example of this would be to troll a female about her looks or weight until she posts a photo proving she’s pretty or …

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