The market itself is amoral, it has no concept of right and wrong. We, meanwhile, have consciences which affect how we interact with the market. Some people use the violence of government to try and shape the market, others simply follow their own consciences.

Aaron Swartz had a passion for the free and open exchange of information. He did what he knew was right, and modeled agorism in a powerful way.

Who are our champions of freedom?

What is the Ethereum Virtual Machine and how is it the perfect agorist tool?

When businesses censor our speech and limit our freedoms, is it really fair to give them a pass because they are considered private companies?

Privacy goes hand in hand with autonomy. One strategy for protecting your personal information online is to decentralize your data.

Perspective is critically important. Too few people realize that our inward state of mind is primarily determined by our perspective.

Can you really be free if you don't know how to utilize the materials available around you to teach yourself?

Democracy is a popular concept that is often equated with freedom and equality. But, is that really fair? Might democracy just be another form of slavery?

Does one person's preferences trump another person's right to their body?

Statists will often say that they are just being pragmatic, and that is why they want the state to solve problems for them. But, is using the state to solve our problems really pragmatic?

These days, more and more teenagers are not interested in having cars and driving. Might this be a problem? Is it possible for you to be free if you can't transport yourself?

Many people are quick to discount or dismiss cryptocurrencies in favor of gold. But, could crypto actually be a better currency?

While governments are doing their best to collect every type of information on their citizens, countless people are willingly giving that information up. Should we be concerned about who we give our genetic information to?

People complain that folks are fake online, implying that they are more honest in the so-called "real world." But, is that really the case?

Florida recently announced that they are GIVING Floridians the RIGHT to plant gardens in their front yards. But, is that really how rights work?

People are upset over how businesses are violating their privacy and are turning to government violence to fix these problems. But, who ultimately are hurt by these regulations, and who are helped by them?

There is a cancer which infects many ideologies, even agorism.

What is the most valuable limited resource in the world? Who should decide how that resource is used?

In 1999, file sharing caught on like never before. Some people wanted to stop it while others thought it was the greatest thing since personal computers. But, how do property rights play into this?

What is Tor? What is the so-called dark web? Should we really be afraid of privacy?

What is agorism? What is counter-economics? What is the best use of our limited time here on earth?


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Techno-Agorist is a podcast and blog focused on the intersection of technology and agorism.