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Transhumanism and the Broken Promise of Cosmic Communism

In The Utopia of Rules, David Graeber described much of the cultural phenomena that happened in the 70s and following decades as the result of a broken promise of a scientific, star-faring utopian society. 4,654 more words

Transferics

Post-Scarcity Anarchism: A Collaborative Periodical

You may be interested in a new, hopefully recurring, publication, creatively titled “Post-Scarcity Anarchism”.  I edited, wrote an article and two features for this volume, and I think it turned out very well.  43 more words

Post-scarcity

“Our greatest motivations in life come from NOT knowing the future.”

“If you think we’re electronically dependent now, you haven’t seen anything yet.”

Wireless communications will dominate everything, everywhere.

“Humanity will change more in the next 20 years than in all of human history.” 1,214 more words

Chappie Works as a Metaphor of Every Single Parents Worst Nightmare

Movie Review: Chappie
by Jason Koenigsberg

Director: Neill Blomkamp

Writers: Neill Blomkamp, Terri Tatchell

Stars: Sharlto Copley, Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman

Science fiction is becoming increasingly hard to create unique visions of the future on film. 1,102 more words

Movie Reviews

Where has the Present gone?

We are the first humans to live in the future.

In my last post ” You are not a Gadget. Yet ” I attempted to outline how society is being reinvented by the internet, our connected devices – the internet of things. 2,129 more words

Internet

d4 makes its debut

My latest novel, d4, tells the story of a clairvoyant young woman who finds her visions of the future to be a nuisance, until she discovers that she is hardly unique. 112 more words

Writing

Teaser Awards 2014: The Results!!!

Christmas is over, the New Year is just around the corner, which hopefully another great year for burlesque, pin-up, alt girls and vintage fashion! The votes are in for the first-ever Teaser Awards, thanks to all who shared the nominations and all who voted following is the results… 865 more words

Editorials