A while ago a friend suggested I looked into the use of Bitcoin in the adult industry and what possible future applications there could be using this technology. It’s apparent there is a history of Bitcoin being used by entertainment providers in some niche markets … Continue reading Bitcoin
Switch is a book unlike any other, it has something for everyone. Will it push you out of your comfort zone? Most certainly. Are parts of it shocking and risqué? Of course! But will it also take you on an eloquent and meaningful journey of … Continue reading Switch – Book
The question in everyone’s mind in 2017 is how is the internet going to change internationally since the introduction of the Digital Economies bill in the UK. We have started to see the reality of these changes with Femdomvideos announcing they will begin blocking all UK visitors … Continue reading Websites to Block UK Visitors
In the united states, the FBI is investigating a massive hack that took place against yahoo in 2013 where over 1 billion user details have been stolen. This is particularly relevant to the UK as yahoo supplies email accounts for both BT and Sky customers. … Continue reading Massive Yahoo Hack
I’ve seen it said that ‘directories are unnecessary since you can advertise for free on search engines like Google.’ Such statements are really quite misguided as you can advertise in search engines and directories for free as well as pay for an enhanced listing. The … Continue reading Directories in 2017?
Last Wednesday the first attack on the privacy on every individual in the country was launched by the government. This law means now your UK internet service provider will by law have to record your web history and keep it for a year. This will … Continue reading Investigatory Powers Bill
Many in the industry use Twitter to promote their adult web sites using Twitter and in the beginning that was fine but has the strength of the content with popularity then it got noticed by the government who are hung up on the argument that … Continue reading The Twitter verse