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Libertarian Municipalism and Transferics

Libertarian municipalism is an evolution of Murray Bookchin’s left-libertarian theory, a social theory which is not only the end, but also the means to achieve it.  2,797 more words

Post-scarcity

Visions of the Future: Smartphone Apps #1

1) Track your friend! (With their consent)

“Find your friends” locator apps already exist, but need advancement.

When you’re going to meet someone, there will be that string of texts you get where they’re asking you where you are, crossed over with you asking them where they are, and then various people declaring themselves at the location, or apologising for having been on the Underground. 1,754 more words

Friends

I want the UN Scraped. Replaced

I have written on this subject before but of course you are all to preoccupied to comment.

With the major powers refusing to give up their prerogatives and hogging most of the world’s resources, a new organisation of the global community must be invented… 810 more words

Unforgetting the Old

Near the harbour in my home town stands a grand Wild Fig Tree with a considerably large trunk and advantageous branches, supported by the thick sea air. 541 more words

Port Elizabeth

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. 5,041 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