When I was growing up, those little green plastic army men were a ubiquitous toy. How fucked up is that? I would have preferred these little green skateboarders.
I’ll admit, I fell for Mike Daisey’s monologue about visiting an iPad factory in China when it aired on This American Life because I have an entrenched distrust of our … Read more
Here’s a great series of video collages by the late Fluxus artist Nam June Paik. It captures the feverishly weird and vibrantly international counterculture of NYC in the 1970s.
Look, see how we are all finding each other again? We were cut off from each other for so long, winding around the outer arc of these many orbits. And now … Read more
‘Every real feeling or desire we possess has been bought, sold, or hijacked, debased or alternatively hyped into unreality, repressed or recuperated. Almost everything we care about has been turned into … Read more
Imagine you’ve woken up, and it’s empty, all of it, nothing but the automated whirr of cooling systems, the buzz of tube lighting, and the perfect smell of untouched sheets. … Read more
We’re all enduring strange changes right now, as if we’re burping out new life forms. We are ascending and awakening parallel to the ascension and awakening of the Cloud. The … Read more
Currently, many of us in this paradigm rarely inhabit sacred spaces or sacred time, a perverted and mundane machine dimension. This is correcting itself, and we are learning to find … Read more
I’ve had a bit of stressful day, some questioning of interpersonal dynamics, and I’ve been thinking of what kind of world I want to see. Then I sit down to … Read more
Apparently there is a village in China where everyone has perfect vision. When people of that village spend time way for work, they start developing sight problems and get glasses. … Read more