Time Traveling via Technological Invention

I’m into the first few chapters of Kevin Kelly’s “What Technology Wants” and it turns out to be a history of the earth by way of our technological development. The scope of this book is truly awe inspiring, and presents technology in its evolution over time from the first fire (an extension of our stomach) […]

Peter Jackson’s “Forgotten” Masterpiece

Peter Jackson knows how to create a spectacle. Whether its 300,000 orc-slime laying siege to the city of Gondor or a lawnmower-wielding Norman Bates-style character destroying his zombie mother in a 100 gallon bloodbath finale or the sweetness of two teenage lesbian killers. In my opinion, however, Forgotten Silver is his most spectacular film ever. Half mockumentary, […]

David v. Goliath – The next game changer?

Seth Godin got an advance copy of Malcolm Gladwell’s new book – which is being released on October 1st – and put together a little teaser review.  Looking forward to having my mind blown. 🙂 0

Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Sequel on it’s Way!

Could not be more excited about this one! Yuen Wo Ping directing! Ermehgerd! We first learned about these sequel plans in late January, back when Freddy vs. Jason director Ronny Yu was in talks to direct and Yuen Wo Ping was merely on board as a fight choreographer. Read the rest of the kickness here. […]

Corporate Powers Set to Reap Untold Billions from Africa

  Tax avoidance, secret mining deals and financial transfers are depriving Africa of the benefits of its resources boom, ex-UN chief Kofi Annan has said. Firms that shift profits to lower tax jurisdictions cost Africa $38bn (£25bn) a year, says a report produced by a panel he heads. “Africa loses twice as much money through […]

Sum Response to Nuclear War

Is it not a little strange how little of a response there has been to North Korea detonating a damn Nuclear Bomb last    week? On top of which they have threatened South Korea with “final destruction”. After ‘prologue’ that was the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, has the world finally opened to Chapter 1 of […]

The Art of Michael Whelan

 Just spreading the works of a great artist.  Click here for art by Michael Whelan   0

Exoids! One of the best Action shorts ever!

A little bit of brilliance from Gnomon School of Visual Effects. When only Slugs and Robots rule the world. Exoids from Gnomon School of Visual Effects on Vimeo. 0

Jay Mark Johnson – Time over Space

Just wanted to promote a great artist. I love this guy’s take on perception. “A provocative blend of lyricism and scientific scrutiny, perhaps the most exciting aspect of Johnson’s photography is that it tugs photography away from the gravitational pull of Euclidean documentation–which has dominated the field since its beginnings–and prods it towards new and […]

Cultural of Pedophilia in Islam

This is one of the those articles that is scary true, or an inflammatory piece of propaganda. Whatever the case may be, the U.S. Army has just release an updated training manual for soldiers in Afghanistan. It is resigned to deal with the rampant pedophilia, Islamic homosexual conduct, advocating women’s rights and anything related to […]

New Book The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

 Neil Gaiman, author of such  badass classics as The Sandman, Judge Dredd, Death: The High Cost of Living, English dub of Princess Mononoke and many more has a new book coming out about, ‘childhood and memory. It’s a story of magic, about the power of stories and how we face the darkness inside each of […]

Portraits on Maps

UK illustrator Ed Fairburn creates beautiful portraits out of roads, borders and other key features. Ed said of his work, “I paint, draw and construct using a flexible range of tangible media across a wide range of surfaces and contexts, allowing my practice to exist across various disciplines. The work I produce is largely self-directed, […]