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Branded (Development Series)

This is a development series for the Next Nature Final Outcome. To take these I used Lino cuts and printed onto my body. I ended up going in a different direction because these photographs had a completely different feel to them than the digital ones – far more primal. 18 more words


I've been looking for love...

How would you finish that sentence? First thing in my mind was “in all the wrong places”, was that yours too?

Love comes in a lot of ways, in all shapes and sizes, people, animals, and all the Social Networks. 585 more words

Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for Dec 19 GOD WHERE DID DECEMBER GO?

Happy Friday, kittens! We’re headed into the last weekend before Christmas, and you know what that means: driving ten minutes to the mall and spending two hours looking for a parking space. 375 more words


U.S. Government Considers Putting North Korea Back On Terror List

By Jeremy Bender

The US is reportedly considering placing North Korea back on the state sponsors of terror list, according to The Wall Street Journal. 170 more words

10 Movies You Can Watch That 'Dis' North Korea (Since Sony Won't Release 'The Interview')

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — After days of leaks and threats from North Korean cyber-hackers, Sony Pictures announced Friday it will not release “The Interview.” In his End of the Year Press Conference, President Obama said they should. 407 more words


Obama Hammers Sony for Pulling ‘The Interview’

This story has been updated.

Hours after the FBI formally accused North Korea of carrying out a devastating cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, President Barack Obama publicly bashed the company for pulling a satirical movie that starred Seth Rogen and “James Flacco.” 1,057 more words

The Cable

H3: Hackers Hit Hollywood

A national uproar has sparked over Sony’s decision to pull the comedy, “The Interview” from theaters prior to its Christmas release date. Celebrities are vexed with pouty mouth faces wondering how these techies wield CEO power over the movie industry. 763 more words