The remaking of angels, their rank and sweep Show more

One of England’s Freedoms Show more

In Conversation: SF Movie Adaptations w/ Seth Heasley Show more

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Better angels and air traffic controllers Show more

El futuro como objeto de intención. Show more

Borders as metaphors and membranes Show more

AFK, kinda Show more

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project.cyberpunk.ru/lib/cyber

"Cyberia: Life in the Trenches of Hyperspace" Douglas Rushkoff, 1994 (not pirated: the author approved releasing full text of the book online)

A fascinating reminder what people in 1994 thought Cyberspace and the Information Superhighway would be like. Almost an alien mindset now

In retrospect, it's absolutely tragic. Not just that the internet turned out so much worse than we thought it was going to be; but that our ambitions have shrunk so much.

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Two particularly thought-provoking posts I read today.

The first is by Joe Norman and says that “In living systems,
the whole generates the parts.
The parts do not exist a priori.”

thesideview.co/articles/genera

The second is by David Collins and takes a look at the history of “mindfulness”. This actually persuaded me to try focusing on concentration-orientated meditation for a while (all I’ve ever done is awareness/vipissanna practice).

thesideview.co/articles/decons

Good Afternoon Internet, I'm Listening Show more

GOV Employees Can Now Attend Suits and Spooks DC During Gov Shut Down Show more

The Clock, Part 5: Sunrise Show more

GBG: another form of associative linkage Show more

Remembering Pierre Kabamba Show more

Book Recommendations: An Everyone Culture and Moral Mazes Show more

Curing the World of Men Show more

Sanctity of the unsavory 2 Show more

Stories, post-abolition Show more

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Refactor Camp

Mastodon instance for attendees of Refactor Camp, and members of various online/offline groups that have grown out of it. Related local groups with varying levels of activity exist in the Bay Area, New York, Chicago, and Austin.

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