Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

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Introduction—The Need to Know

ways of achieving opacity: “real” (technical) secrecy, legal (regulatory) secrecy, and obfuscation

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Introduction—The Need to Know

ways of achieving opacity: “real” (technical) secrecy, legal (regulatory) secrecy, and obfuscation

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189

Toward an Intelligible Society

  • cites the benefit of a UBI-type system (which I assume to be a stand-in for a better social safety net in general) which would reduce need to worry about copyright infringement. seems like he tones down his arg a bit to make it more palatable
  • suggests public alternatives to: credit scores; Library of Congress should be scanning books; post office banking
  • offers an unexpected but not altogether terrible hayekian critique of finance firms (basically it's akin to state central planning)
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189

Toward an Intelligible Society

  • cites the benefit of a UBI-type system (which I assume to be a stand-in for a better social safety net in general) which would reduce need to worry about copyright infringement. seems like he tones down his arg a bit to make it more palatable
  • suggests public alternatives to: credit scores; Library of Congress should be scanning books; post office banking
  • offers an unexpected but not altogether terrible hayekian critique of finance firms (basically it's akin to state central planning)
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