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Pop, Culture: Future Symbolic Exhaustion and Renewal in Our Consensual Drug of Choice, Simply Called "Media".

What happens when a popular culture’s symbols become exhausted, like once-fecund fields of imagination that must lie fallow to regenerate? Man-machine, man-animal, superhumans, lesser gods, now post-human artificially superintelligent beings who replace empathy with computation. 132 more words

Could memes be an effective way to communicate climate change?

Memes are an interesting aspect of Internet culture. The term meme originates from Richard Dawkins in his book ‘the selfish gene’ who argued that memes were culture that is transmitted ‘brain to brain’. 759 more words


napowrimo 8

facebook gives us
homogenization of levity,
of humorous, bland vocab;
a new resource to abuse
with information
that somehow makes us more dumb.
i was never a fan- i saw… 157 more words


The Problem With Criminalizing Vaccine Refusal...

ABOUT LEGAL MAGIC – The entire legal industry, and our society is made up of words. These words have fluid meanings, and that fluidity is used as magic to hook you into presumptions – presuming that you know what the words are supposed to mean. 395 more words

Alternative Thought

Protests both serious and zany

Fifty Shades.  It played in New York.  New Yorkers were not happy.  New Yorkers voiced their displeasure.

This person was pretty blunt.  Note the Post-it with “Ha!” 139 more words

Culture Jamming - wrap up

My culture jamming project was not as politically straightforward as Dery’s article, “Culture Jamming: Hacking, Slashing, and Sniping in the Empire of Signs”

There is a quote from the article, which is quoted from Marshall Blonsky: 210 more words

Art Student

Culture Jamming and ®TMark

The phrase culture jamming is used to berate the media, corporations and Neoliberal capitalism by mimicking well known brands, slogans and marketing gimmicks.

For example, this advertisement is a form of culture jamming because it takes a well known brand and uses it for satirical purposes.  174 more words

The Flow