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  1. K. Eric Drexler on the future of nanotechnology

    K. Eric Drexler of Oxford University discusses his latest book Radical Abundance: How a Revolution in Nanotechnology Will Change Civilization. Drexler, who has been referred to as “the founding father of nanotechnology” covers how society can conserve resources and make […]

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  2. PS55

    Guest speaker: Dale PendellListen

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    In his 2006 Palenque Norte lecture at Burning Man, Dale Pendell introduced the concept of Horizon Anarchism, and we are fortunate to be able to present this talk in its entirity in this edition of the Psychedelic Salon. If you think you know everyting there is to know about anarchism, you owe it to yourself to hear Dale’s talk about this interesting new approach. One of my favorite soundbites is “Isolation is one of the keys of state power. So it is very important for us to get together and have fun.”

    Photo (at right) taken at Burning Man 2006 by Lorenzo

    Dale Pendell’s new book, Inspired Madness: The Gifts of Burning Man is now available in your local bookstore and in Lorenzo’s Amazon store.

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  3. The Missfits Episode 5: Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-Force | A Talking Comics Podcast

    The Missfits Episode 5: Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-Force | A Talking Comics Podcast

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    The Missfits are back and this time they’re ready to talk about Rick Remender’s run on Uncanny X-Force from Marvel Comics. Remender’s series was 35-issues and started back in 2010. You can learn a bit more about the series by tuning in.

    But that discussion takes place in the second half of the show and before The Missfits get to that, they discuss a few of their favourite things including: Something Terrible by Dean Trippe, G. Willow Wilson’s new Ms. Marvel series, Monster and a Madman by Steve Niles and Damien Worm, the artist Robert Sammelin, The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein, Orphan Black and more.

    A couple links mentioned in the show for you to check out (outside of the things linked above):

    The PBS Idea Channel

    TED Talk with Sana Amanat

    If you want to do your geek homework for our next show on May 12, we’ll be joined by Zoe Gulliksen once again and having a big discussion about Lord of the Rings. We’re really excited for that show, so make sure you tune in for that as well.

    Please make sure you’re subscribing to our new feeds as we’re not just a part of the Talking Comics feed and iTunes subscription anymore. Your support means a lot to us and we can’t wait to see all of you wonderful people on our subscribers feed.

    The Missfits are:

    Stephanie Cooke – @hellocookie

    Mara Wood – @MegaMaraMon

    Melissa Megan – @LissaPunch

    The Missfits on Twitter – @The_Missfits

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  4. A conversation with Bruce Schneier - Software Freedom Law Center

    The Software Freedom Law Center provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software.

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