March 15th, 2018 – March 22nd, 2018

  1. Disrupting Dystopia - The Bruce Sterling Talk - SXSW 2018

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  2. Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Trump Dossier | The New Yorker

    How the ex-spy tried to warn the world about Trump’s ties to Russia.

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  3. Tech Investor Peter Thiel Speaks At Economic Club Of New York - Thursday March 15, 2018 | CNBC

    PayPal founder and former CEO Peter Thiel speaks at the Economic Club of New York. » Subscribe to CNBC:

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    Tech Investor Peter Thiel Speaks At Economic Club Of New York - Thursday March 15, 2018 | CNBC

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  4. An Indieweb Podcast Episode 0 | David Shanske

    Test episode of An Indieweb Podcast

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  5. AA Morris Presents: The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast — A Proper Gander At Propaganda

    About The AA Morris Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast:Coming to you from one of the suburban metropolitan melting pots of international culture, outside of one of the multimedia capitals of the world, New York City, the Proper Gander at Propaganda podcast is meant to be a gatekeeping free look at our shared international cultural heritage, our shared social media infused and obsessed present, and what our children and their children could be looking forward to. Please excuse any amateur mistakes you may encounter, your host, AA Morris is not an audio engineer nor am I a trained radio personality. I am just a person who went to art school and who has worked for some of the well known New York City based media companies in the capacity of providing two dimensional and three dimensional animations and graphics for a variety of applications. I was born right around the time men were shown landing on the Moon for the first time, in all that analog broadcast, low resolution glory. I used to believe everything I saw on screens, heard over radio, and read in print, when instructed that what I was being exposed to was real, despite all the obvious Hollywood edits and other film making and editorial production techniques. I am a man and am married to a woman and happened to have children who were about the same ages as the Sandyhook shooting victims and I was very  much affected by what I thought was a real tragedy for months. I did have reservations about the 9/11 Twin Towers collapse and I remember too how I would start to realize something was wrong with the footage of the towers collapsing, but I would consider the idea, do no real research and simply go back to sleep, not thinking about it again as I bought into the rest of the story and figured I was wrong. After all, the experts and officials with lists of university degrees decreed otherwise. I recall believing and being affected by many of the high profile news stories and this did have a real effect on my relationships with real people in my life. Without getting into personal detail, let’s just say I was as much an audience member and as much a duped consumer of the news and governmental propaganda as anyone. I was just  like anyone else who bought into the left right paradigm, believed in some kind of JFK assassination conspiracy as programmed by mainstream media to do so, with commercial products like Oliver Stone’s JFK film being a perfect example that shows that mainstream media is clearly the source of the conspiracy nonsense so many of us buy into without critical thought. I spent more than forty years as a consumer of many forms of mass produced media that I now recognize as having important propaganda value. The internet has given us all a very real powerful tool we can use to learn for ourselves how to think for ourselves and we can share what we learn with each other on an international scale the average 20th century mind would deem impossible, or at least fanciful science fiction speculation. 20th century electronic media was a passive experience. 21st century electronic media is interactive in a way that the mainstream news media is not quite equipped to handle. They are used to passive audience viewing of their highly edited products offered as factual reality.Black helicopters are just news copters and major mainstream, over exposed news, is always fake.The government and multimedia promoted problem, reaction, solution, rush to judgment, revolution never ends.The belief that real people, that even real children were slaughtered does really have emotional impact on our thoughts and behavior. I  personally experienced it. I also know how easy it is to fall into paranoid thinking especially after watching hours of Alex Jones and similar product. There are many numerological, zodiac and other occult mazes one can get lost in, and I have explored those mazes as well. Conspiracy rabbit holes are meant to lead you in circles. Conspiracy theories seem to be meant to be possible paranoid inducing entertainment more than education and it is all propaganda. Conspiracy theorizing is not much different than the typical major mainstream media news from which conspiracy theorizing is derived from in the first place. The fake JFK snuff films and stories concocted by the military psychological - fake news generating - operation that continues to this day, that most people mistake for factual history, are just deceptive, tax payer funded, governmental mythological fables, artifacts and relics with nation state and even international identity building purpose. In others words, propaganda inspired by obvious tabloid yellow journal practice. JFK is a propaganda cartoon artifact of a very immature and dumbed down culture that has spread across the world. In my opinion the educational system, which we pay for, is not anywhere near as much of a weapon of mass mental destruction as the mainstream news media that trumpets obvious scripted lies as truth, is. Good teachers can make up for Common Core inadequacies forced by federal and state government on local communities, good journalists are supposed to be paid liars who convince the public to believe in things the public really should reconsider having such solid faith in. The international mainstream and official alternative news media are examples of the very real weapons of mass destruction George W. Bush was supposedly looking for,It all seems like a scripted theatrical surreal-comedy to me.There was a mass of reporters supposedly following along with the investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald, the entire time, I really enjoy the television show Columbo, it is a well written example of entertainment product, I don’t ever recall that logical little detective ever allowing a hoard of camera wielding spot light carrying reporters to follow along with his carefully conducted, patient investigation. The point I am making has nothing to do with another fictional television show, and everything to do with good old-fashioned common sense. Pre 20th century multimedia blitzkrieged commonsense, that is.THE POLICE STATION WAS TURNED INTO A TELEVISION STATION DURING WHAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A REAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION OF A REAL PRESIDENTIAL MOTORCADE-BASED ASSASSINATION

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  6. What Buddhism got right about the human brain — The Ezra Klein Show

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  7. Mike Monteiro • UX Copenhagen 2018 “How to Build an Atomic Bomb”

    Mike Monteiro • UX Copenhagen 2018 "How to Build an Atomic Bomb"

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  8. An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 0 “Considering the User”

    This is a test or alpha episode of An Indieweb Podcast (working title). In it, David Shanske and and I talk about a variety of Indieweb topics, with the theme of "Considering the User", inspired by an article we were reading this week.


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  9. The Not Unreasonable Podcast - Robin Hanson Will Change How You Think

    Long ago Robin thought he had uncovered some ways to make the world a better place. He expected disagreement. Instead he got indifference. How could that be? This led Robin to becoming an economist…

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  10. Scott Adams: The Man Behind Dilbert | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

    "Be useful." - Scott Adams Scott Adams (@scottadamssays) is the creator of the Dilbert comic strip, which has been published in more than 2,000 newspapers in 57 countries and in 19 languages.

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