Respiratory Experts Review Mask Data for COVID-19

[UPDATE 7/19/2020: Here’s an article from JAMA (4/29/2020), Moving Personal Protective Equipment Into the Community: Face Shields and Containment of COVID-19. Bottom line: face shields are likely to be more effective than cloth masks at slowing the spread, especially because they lessen the chances of touching one’s face (and the bacteria-collecting mask). A linked article … Read more

COVID19 Links

This post will be a continuing work-in-progress, a place for me to collect links relevant to COVID19. Or check out all my Coronavirus posts. About Masks Jacquie at Deep Roots at Home explains why masks are dangerous for children, the elderly, and could conceivably cause more harm than good. Facebook tagged this with their Factcheck … Read more

WhatsApp, Censorship, EARN IT, and the End of Free Speech

Yesterday as I was strategizing how to best use IFTTT to automate platform growth, I stumbled across an article about IFTTT by Mere Civilian that linked a Forbes article about why the founder of WhatsApp left Facebook. His name is Brian Acton and he’s the founder of Signal, a private messaging app with end-to-end encryption. … Read more

Sadly, not stunning

It’s only stunning if you’re surprised. Sadly, I’m not: Highly cited COVID doctor comes to stunning conclusion: Gov’t ‘scrubbing unprecedented numbers’ of injection-related deaths See also

Ivermectin Cautions

I sent a doctor friend the link to Dr. Kory’s presentation about ivermectin. (See This was his response: “Thank you for sharing this. I watched it and learned. I use ivermectin frequently for scabies. I think there is good evidence now that it has antiviral affect and will make a difference with those who … Read more

Maintain Freedom Through Education

URGENT CTA: There’s a floor hearing of HB 2030 this coming Monday, March 8th. Please contact your Oklahoma legislator by clicking here: (It’s unacceptable that our students know less about our country than immigrants seeking to become citizens. This Bill seeks to change that and equip Oklahoma’s High School students to become more engaged and better … Read more

Random Link About Stuff

I’m going to go out on a limb and post about “stuff” like a certain blogger (VC) did a while back. This is necessarily hieroglyphics in nature because, well, one can’t be too careful. Besides, it’s not the point of my blog, I just wanted to make it available. You’ll need a free Airtable account … Read more

Uncensored Life

Signal, the best private messaging app (used by US military): Uncensored Social Network Alternatives to Facebook & Twitter Uncensored Video Hosting and Sharing Alternatives to YouTube Google takeout: export your data. Private email: FastMail ($5/month for 30GB) (Australia/ USA based) or ProtonMail (free-500MB; € 6.25/Month (Pro) (based in Switzerland) … Read more