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I like what David does with his Substack: Very focused, bite-sized pieces of important information that needs saying. Many of us are familiar with the ideas he writes about, but it's easy to assume that everyone else is too (they're not) - and making them available in short, simple, easily digestible missives is very helpful.
Substack was borne of a growing need for venues that respect freedom of speech. In the last couple of years, we have felt the screws of censorship tightening in ways that seem outrageous to many of us. Yet Julian Assange has been deprived of his freedom for just under ten years now, because he chose to stand up for something many of us didn't even realize was in danger at the time. If you care about free speech, you should care about the fate of Julian Assange.