Cold War on Ice is an excellent documentary about the USSR vs. Canada ice hockey Summit Series 1972 games. I find it to be quite balanced, showing the perception from both sides, featuring the interviews with the same people back in the day and their take on it now, and plenty of great footage.
It’s a must see for any ice hockey fan and history nerd.
vpnMentor blog runs a post with a lengthy infographic ranking online censorship in different countries. There’s plenty of interesting data regarding torrents, social media, political media, pornography, and other types of online censorship targets.
Every election matters and every vote counts. The American democracy relies on everyone’s participation in the political process. This November, Americans all across the country will line up at the polls to cast their ballots for the President of the United States.
It sounds like a true effort to make things better and enhance democracy and what not. But in practice, is it really an election? One by one, the candidates are falling of the ballot. Day by day it becomes more obvious that Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the USA.
The more tools and technologies we have to enhance our lives, the worst the content on which we can apply those tools becomes. The better the home cinemas became, the worse the movies got. The better audio systems we have, the worse the music gets. And politics just follow the same trend, unfortunately.
Anybody who believes Ukrainian news is a moron. Anybody who believes Russian news is a moron. Anybody who believes European or American news is a double moron. All of them lie through their teeth and none of it makes any freaking sense. That’s where I stand.