For those who didn’t notice.
Motherboard has a nice interview with Douglass Rushkoff:
“Really, I’ve learned that the market as it’s currently configured, and human life, are ..
Is what we’ve been saying all along is going down, so it should have been CTOE’s by-line. Instead it’s a book. And also the subject of a nice piece ..
Outrageous! So offensive…
Doctorow has a review (verbatim chunks of the bits he liked) of Leigh Phillips’ Austerity Ecology & the Collapse-Porn Addicts: A Defence Of Growth,..
Recently the police put some unreasonable demands to (and only to) the supporters of the Western Sydney Wanderers. What’s that about?
The 1% of Problems is a nice take-down of this Guardian article, which I seriously thought was satire when I read it. Turns out, rich people are not..
From Vice, via Boing Boing.
“In a highly stratified society like the UK, where we’re still ruled by those chinlessly perverse dweebs who can trac..
If the gated communities, paywalls, instituted private property and armed guards weren’t enough, Forbes and Tinder are doing their bit to ensure wea..
Movie Bob explains why, with passion. Currently at 1.8 million views on youtube, hopefully more than will see this “active crime-scene” of a film. S..
If having all your contacts, thoughts, dreams and browsing history wasn’t enough, Facebook can also check your shape and hairdo and know it’s you.
Wondering who that minority opinion is on all those polls? Rich people. They hate the things you like.
L’Oreal needs human skin. Lots of it. That’s why the French cosmetics giant earlier this month announced that it’s partnering with bioprinting start..
A 2012 National Security Agency presentation obtained from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden—details efforts by the NSA, Canada’s Communications ..
Because it critiques post-apocalyptic social norms (such as female slavery) apparently… Let’s go see it.
In November, Dutch outfit SolaRoad launched a test bike path that generates energy through solar cells embedded in the concrete.
The company has ..
The inevitable decline of dirty electricity got a bit of a boost with Tesla’s announcement of a way to store energy in your household via lithium-io..
Nice work by SMH’s Ben Grubb, who took Telstra to task over being able to see his own mobile phone meta data.