Lisa Blue Baron

I had some things I needed to get off my chest about the tactics Lisa Blue uses to harm people in life for her own self gain. I hope this information is useful for others who may find themselves being harmed or potentially harmed by her. She also goes by Lisa Baron and Lisa Blue Baron. She is a “lawyer” in Dallas, Texas. Life is short and it’s a shame we have people like her in our world who do so much damage to others – including interfering with people’s entire lives – for her own selfish short gain.

If you are involved in a conflict or lawsuit with her in someway, I believe you will become her victim outside of the court. I believe she will actively attempt to interfere in your life in ways unrelated to the lawsuit and she will use illegal methods, as she does with me and others who have reported on it. Be careful. The best way to catch her is to set a trap. You can see what she has done to me in my life below. The reason why this thread has not been taken down from a cease and desist is because it’s true.

Due to the way Twitter breaks out threads, to read the full story you may need to click ‘see replies’ several times to continue reading.



I last updated my portfolio 15years ago. Decided to spiffy it up for 2021. We’re almost there.

See Portfolio here: https://www.dembot.net/portfolio/


The Principal Post

I was so glad to finally tell my story about Humanwire to The Principal Post. If you are not familiar with their model, have a look, they are designed to give people a fair chance to tell their story. I can not tell you how excited I was to learn that such a group exists, the world needs this in a big way.



Twitter Down Art

10 Years later and we’re still waiting.

This twitter down message was served on July 11, 2019. Give me some headroom, that’s all there is right now.

See the original Twitter Down Art Collection from 2008 at https://www.dembot.net/2008/02/01/twitter-down-art-collection/



Sumaiyyah (20) fled Myanmar with her family in August of 1995 at the age of just three months.

One of over a hundred-and-fifty-thousand refugees from Myanmar (Burma) inside of Malaysia, Sumaiyyah is confined by tight laws restricting her ability to work, attend public school or move freely around the country.

She said she yearns to travel but has lived her entire life stateless with no country willing to accept her as a citizen.

Education is extremely important to Sumaiyyah. She has achieved the equivalent of a secondary school education provided by a local non-profit and helps to engage her three younger siblings similarly.

Her father, Said Alam (40), is the family’s only wage earner. Employed as an undocumented manual laborer in a furniture shop, Said earns $280 USD per month, $128 of which goes towards rent. Sumaiyyah said she worries about her father’s untreated health concerns and is especially worried about her mother, Shariah (35), who is expecting, but has no access to healthcare.

Beyond mere subsistence, and beyond the desire for health, education and travel, another one of Sumaiyyah’s greatest desires is a bicycle for her sister, Nor Azizah (6). Nor Azizah has wanted a bicycle for a “very, very long time”.



The State of Ello

The State of Ello

Yesterday I saw the three founders of Ello speak here in Boulder at the ATLAS Institute on the CU Campus: Paul Budnitz (CEO), Todd Berger and Lucian Föhr (Designers). They spent about an hour going over the history of Ello and explained where they are today.

They revealed many key points about their thinking which I had been wondering about. I’ll touch on the points that really stuck out.

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From The Creator: On The History of Comic Sans

From The Creator: On The History of Comic Sans


Interview with Peter Rojas


Interview with Peter Rojas, Creator of Engadget, Gizmodo on the next big thing for smart phones.



Banksy In New York City

For the last month I’ve been taking photos of a Banksy piece. Here you can see how it evolves over time.


The Death, Destruction & Rebirth of the Online Video Industry

I wrote a post for Tubefilter about the online video economy today. In the article I argue that YouTube has demolished the video CPM to become little more than a social media content platform, and it’s not the right stage for other types of content, like Breaking Bad for example.

What if Breaking Bad – a TV original – was released on YouTube? Do you think it would have become as impactful and influential to mainstream culture, or as big of a monetary success story? I don’t. Not at all. Check out the article to read more, it’s been getting great reviews: Click here to Read.