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How To Save Humanity From Destroying Itself By Using Made Up Numbers

Problem: Industrialized nations, whose population make up a relatively small proportion of all of humanity, consume vastly more resources than the rest of the world. In addition, significantly large populations, generally in Asia, are beginning to enter a more consumptive … Continue reading

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Technology And The Will To Change

I just posted this in Warren Ellis’s LJ: Realizing the intersection of social justice and technology is the defining challenge of our time. Every crisis affecting the global population today revolves around this fundamental exploration; technology alone can’t save lives, … Continue reading

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Interviewed by arachne8x

1) #1 comfort food Wow, this one’s tough, it’s like one of those “Which one is your favorite child?” type questions! I’m going to write out a short list and then try to figure it out from there. macaroni and … Continue reading

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Blog Saturation Point?

I was reading in Warren Ellis’s newsletter just now that Bruce Sterling was quoted at the South By SouthWest (SXSW) conference as saying that blogging is transient and will likely be gone in a decade. While I can’t imagine that … Continue reading

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Inland Empire: Comfort for the Disturbed (mild spoilers?)

Tonight I am seeking refuge in a bottle because David Lynch made me question reality. I am downing the last of my Morando Barolo 2001 with a slice of black olive and green olive pizza from Tony’s up the street; … Continue reading

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