Alex Jones is a joke. It's his followers who are scary.
*wipes a tear from eye*
their first industry kill.
they grow up so fast.
#lunareclipse2018 as the moon just begins to move out of shadow.
This image is actually a stack of 10 images, that's what it took to get to this level zoom from the 135mm lens on crop sensor raws.
It won't be cheap and it won't be easy, but people who seize the means of computation will succeed. Information doesn't have volition and it can't reflect about itself, but it does disperse in ways similar to a fluid. Information that humans store outside their brains is the cultural backup of our minds. I'm tempted to say it's a law of nature that we'll eventually see a million futures exploding in a million different directions. We're approaching critical mass at an accelerated rate.
#nowplaying Perc - Look What Your Love Has Done To Me // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhgfahfKlH8 // https://perctrax.bandcamp.com/track/look-what-your-love-has-done-to-me // techno // UK // 2017
All Cuties Are Breathtaking
When you know you'll have to pay the cuddle tax
phones, 2011: "How can we make phones comfortable and ergonomic to hold?
phones, 2018: "How uncomfortable can we make phones to hold? Let's make them as thin as possible and with bezels so thin your thumb touches the screen just by holding it"
working with linux servers has taught me that the internet is just a bunch of barely working shell scripts yelling at each other at all times
Maybe the reason everyone is monogamous is because polyamory sounds like a fucking spreadsheet
“'Power to the people' can only
be put into practice when the power exercised by social elites is
dissolved into the people. Each individual can then take control of
his daily life. If 'Power to the people' means nothing more than
power to the 'leaders' of the people, then the people remain an
undifferentiated, manipulatable mass, as powerless after the revolution as they were before. In the last analysis, the people can never have power until they disappear as a 'people.”
― Murray Bookchin