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Wordpress goes rainbow

Everyone who blogs checks their stats approximately every 10 seconds.  In extreme cases  more often, (you know who you are……).

Being utterly cool I had not checked mine for days (ha!), but on doing so found that WP had rainbow-pridified their banner.   60 more words

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Some thoughts on “New Directions and Cutting-Edges in IPE, IR and elsewhere”

Angus Cameron

As someone who myself is inclined to drop the ‘i’, [Juanita’s piece on ‘New Directions …’] is an interesting post. I like inclusive, but also interpersonal, interdisciplinary, impudent, irrational, irreverent and no doubt many others. 334 more words

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Headless goes global.

The recently-published novel Headless, in which I appear as a rather hapless version of myself alongside many others involved in Goldin+Senneby’s eponymous project, is the subject of a series of launch events in cities across Europe and the USA in the next couple of months. 251 more words

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Angus Cameron reblogged this on Xenotopia.

Headless goes global.

The recently-published novel Headless, in which I appear as a rather hapless version of myself alongside many others involved in Goldin+Senneby’s eponymous project, is the subject of a series of launch events in cities across Europe and the USA in the next couple of months. 251 more words

Xenospace

Rave review for The Price we Pay (in French)

Harold Crooks’ newly-released documentary The Price we Pay exposing the scandal of tax avoidance and evasion on the part of corporations and wealthy individuals has been making waves. 114 more words

Xenospace

The history of money and its "devine" metamorphosis in the 20th century

Professor Jack Weatherford, a renowned cultural anthropologist:

“In the 20th century, we saw money turn rapidly from paper into plastic and then into mere electronic blips generated in computers, transferred over telephone lines and through computer terminals, and without any corporal existence outside of the electronic domain.

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Angus Cameron reblogged this on Xenotopia and commented:

I'd go for a diabolical rather than a divine (sic) metamorphosis, but the orientation is the same.....