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Beautiful Polar Photos Tell a Haunting Story About Climate Change | WIRED
Peter Gabriel's First Solo Concert, Post-Genesis: Hear the Complete Audio Recording (1977) | Open Culture
RT @LAReviewofBooks: Judith Butler’s intellectualism became a public safety concern, ushering in campus security to keep the aisles clear.
RT @LAReviewofBooks: Five responses to Gregory Fried’s “The King Is Dead: Heidegger’s Black Notebooks”
echovar: The Last Revolution of the Inter-Network
Correlationism | Larval Subjects .
Kant, Matter & Monadology
Kant, Matter & Monadology
In pop music today, there’s the 1 percent, and there’s everybody else: via @slate
Quantum Mechanics and Spacetime in the 21st Century | Not Even Wrong
At the bottom of libertarianism > Stateless Reality 2.0 as a Substitute for Tyranny in Physical Reality >
Loose connectors > It's Nadella's Microsoft now as the company decouples Windows and Office via @gigaom
@geetadayal at least Daniel Lanois at the Great American Music Hall.
Japan scientists make see-through mice - Yahoo News
Invisible performance > @the_eco_thought > "The art is only visible under microscopic magnification."
A Visual Introduction to Soviet Montage Theory: A Revolution in Filmmaking | Open Culture
Always listening > Amazon Echo Is A $199 Connected Speaker Packing An Always-On Siri-Style Assistant | TechCrunch
Why Banksy Is (Probably) a Woman - CityLab
Scientism > Edward O. Wilson: Science, Not Philosophy, Will Explain the Meaning of Existence |
The Twelve Networking Truths >
Listen up > The Humanities in an Age of Ecological Catastrophe : Timothy Morton : MP3
Aloe Blacc: Streaming Services Need to Pay Songwriters Fairly | WIRED
Bastards. > Hummingbirds Use Their Beaks To Stab Each Other, But They Have Their Reasons
Hey, Soda, This Is the Beginning of the End For You
RT @BOMBmagazine: In 1976, Jim Henson, Sidney Nolan, Yoko Ono, & Ayn Rand held a roundtable discussion on human rights:
Observations on film art : ADIEU AU LANGAGE: 2 + 2 x 3D
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