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It turns out the intellectual dark web isn’t as cool as the other dark web, but is still pretty okay

Samuel Bryan • Dec 18 2019

Benjamin Boyce

Benjamin Boyce is a journalist, cultural critic, and interviewer of interesting people.

Boyce rose to public attention when he covered upheaval, unrest, and national scandal at his alma mater, Evergreen State College. This work culminated in The Complete Evergreen Story a fascinating and disquisitive look at a uniquely modern series of events.

Boyce went on to find his voice, a choice that turned out pretty noyce. Here’s some we recommend:

Evidently, speaking up for truth, reason, and open and free debate makes one part of the intellectual underground. We’re not going to claim we understand it, but we can say welcome Benjamin to LBRY and encourage you to follow him today.

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Samuel Bryan · · ·

Much of our writing is a collaboration between LBRY team members, so we use SamueL BRYan to share credit. Sam has become a friend... an imaginary friend... even though we're adults...