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RT @somebadideas: Highest recommendation, Adam Curtis' history of the systems of stability & surveillance that have frozen our present http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs...
RT @elizasarobhasa: Some are born great, some achieve greatness, And some have greatness given to them through systematic inequality.
RT @AlanWattsDaily: So many people of wealth understand much more about making and saving money than about using and enjoying it.
RT @AlanWattsDaily: Instead of earning a living they are mostly earning an earning, and thus when the time comes to relax they are unable to do so.
RT @Medium: “In terms of the internet, nothing has happened yet.” —@kevin2kelly https://t.co/22Zd7alJEN
RT @zephoria: "We should insist that companies like Facebook... [make public] the decisions they're already making on our behalf." http://www.theguardian.com/comment...
RT @Dezeen: Glow-in-the-dark trees that could replace street lights: http://www.dezeen.com/2014... https://twitter.com/Dezeen...
RT @PhilosopherMail: 'Hang on to your youthful enthusiasms -- you’ll be able to use them better when you’re older.' – Seneca
"Without a vision of a desirable future, it is unlikely we can head toward it." - “A Desirable-Future Haiku” https://t.co/fWw0uVv6Li
RT @cstross: Final note on propaganda: it's usually only used when there are no good arguments for the position it pushes. (Otherwise it's unnecessary.)
"At 18 our convictions are hills from which we look; At 45 they are caves in which we hide." F. Scott Fitzgerald psychedelics to the rescue
RT @curiousoctopus: RT @nickbilton: Fantastic list of the best New Yorker articles you should read before paywall goes back in 3 months: http://www.slate.com/blogs...
Jonathan Jones: Art as we know it is finished http://www.theguardian.com/artandd...
The InterPlanetary File System incorporates ideas from Git and BitTorrent, among other https://t.co/RavHFlm6m2
RT @berkun: On some days it seems every popular business book is really a self-help book of affirmations in disguise.
RT @berkun: Part of accepting people for who they are is accepting the possibility you must look elsewhere for what you need
RT @ZachWeiner: "We've discovered a way to create 6 more hours a day, but it requires you to stop drinking and using facebook."
RT @designoutloud: Consuming a piece of art w/o considering the political, social, emotional, & spiritual roots of it reduces it to mere entertainment.
RT @jilm: In the dark times of state-sanctioned terrorism we need strong Europe more than ever. Our continent, our responsibility.
RT @PhilosopherMail: 'The nobler a man, the harder it is for him to suspect inferiority in others.' – Marcus Tullius Cicero
RT @emmaroller: A handbook for responsibly tweeting breaking news, via @onthemedia https://twitter.com/emmarol...
RT @kissane: Carnage porn passing as journalism all over the place. A very good day to throttle your id and not click.
RT @jamesthigpen: You don’t shape cultures by telling people how to act. You do it by creating environments in which the desired actions are actually desired.
RT @attackerman: Finally: it's always striking how different Snowden is, in his own words, from caricature. Nuanced, thoughtful, calm. http://www.theguardian.com/world...
RT @AlanWattsDaily: But as long as you make all those things objects of desire, you have defined yourself as lacking them.
RT @AlanWattsDaily: People think it would be nice to have peace of mind, to be serene, to be calm, to be undisturbed by this, that, and the other.
RT @JesseThorn: "You Won't Believe What You'll Have Forgotten By Tomorrow!" - the internet
Excellently explained: Net Neutrality - What It Is, And Why You Should Care http://economixcomix.com/home...
RT @PhilosopherMail: 'I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies; for the hardest victory is over self.' – Aristotle
RT @claytoncubitt: Geeks are from Mars, Artists are from Venus.
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