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12-year old Victoria Grant explains why her homeland, Canada, and most of the world, is in...
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Of course it is natural to augment reality, we do it with our eyes and brains ever since perception...
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(Originally published at URBNFUTR- graciously allowing me to republish here) Techno Desire...
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Why Freedom of Thought Requires Free Media and Why Free Media Require Free Technology [Video, 1:03:42] Preserved from re-publica.de Media that spy on and data-mine the public are capable of destroying humanity’s most precious freedom: freedom of thought. Ensuring that media remain structured to support rather than suppress individual...
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We view ourselves and our world through models. Representations. Models are in our mind....
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A quantum computer is made of particles/waves in a specific shape, which DWave sells for a few...
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[Based on the talk I gave at ARE2012.] “The intelligence of the city is on the streets.“...
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Most parts of governments, religions, and many other parts of the world are far more complex...
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So often in our daily lives we are confronted with information whose validity we should question,...
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A Palimpsest Project In a late summer afternoon, contemplating the geography of mind, I...
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dear bruce [sterling], The reason for this interview is that during Early Atemporality - the...
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October 20-21st, 2012, 11am-6pm Los Angeles Edison Power Plant #3 The Brewery Arts Colony,...
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some experiments from tonight's...
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some documentation from NTB Storylabs this past...
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Many of us are enrolled in the modern school of metrics. Measurement. Statistics. Data and Data...
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Everything I know is a figment of human imagination – best case. Worst case – skip the...
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An ‘all over the place’ somewhat organized selection of that which was interesting and...
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We are on the hunt. Our prey is accurate, systemic, comprehensive knowledge. We understand...
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Meet Gangaji, who speaks about silence and space and writes in Hidden Treasure: Naturally we...
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What is swirling, where to, and why, and how to get society on a futurable sustainable...
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All living things carry an inheritance that governs their behavior. We possess an adaptive...
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Nexus is about the evolution of a techno-participatory culture. It’s called Nexus, an upgrade...
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A video timeline of the social and technological changes that could save civilization and...
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The case with friends, lovers and universes Somehow, somewhere, we carry this idea that...
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"One of the definitions of sanity is the ability to tell real from unreal. Soon we'll need a...
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Written by Xaos; Starwalker; Walking The Fine Line I wish to begin this unfoldment by...
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Lately I found myself walking the streets of Rome; it has been a while since my last encounter with...
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One of my paid hobbies has been innovation for the company, as in making new technology work for us to help us complete our jobs for clients, easier, faster or more reliable. More than a year ago, one of my responsibilities shifted from process innovation to business development. Loving it. In my free time, took basic courses in project...
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Beauty Is a Ca·tas·tro·Phe Aesthetics is an art of intervention. It is art because it...
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Monica Anderson discusses Dual Process Theory, The Frame Problem, and some consequences of...
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In 1949 a small book appeared on the scene of philosophy and it was to revolutionize the very idea...
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newcomb%27s_paradox Basically, its a question about how to decide what to do of 2 choices, the one that looks more valuable here and now (take whats in both boxes), or the one that looks more valuable because others chose it and it worked out for them even though it usually looked less valuable at the time (take only...
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Gunther Sonnenfeld: "The realities of knowledge acquisition, distribution and retention are...
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