Social justice, woke politics, intersectionality, patriarchy, white privilege and diversity. Critical Theory and Identity Politics have created a lot of buzzwords and debate lately. Atheist James Lindsay believes it amounts to a religion in itself. He tells of the hoax ‘grievance studies’ project he helped to pull off and engages with Christian thinkers Esther O Reilly and Neil Shenvi on whether Identity Politics amounts to a form of religion.Later in the show Esther O Reilly returns for some commentary on the latest Jordan B Peterson controversy. Plus ticketing opens for The Big Conversation live in London, featuring Bret Weinstein and Alister McGrath in Conversation on Wed 8 May 2019.
Unbelievable? Is Identity Politics the new religion? James Lindsay, Esther O Reilly and Neil Shenvi - Saturday 23rd March 2019 02:30 pm
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July 26th 2013 - Julian Assange video message to Splendour In The Grass
In an attempt to highlight the importance of whistleblowers, Julian Assange chose to have WikiLeaks’ Collateral Murder footage as background for his speech at the Sam Adams Awards, an award dedicated to whistleblowers. The ceremony was organized by the Oxford Union. As a result of the video playing in the background and unsuccessful attempts to vet Julian’s speech, the Union pulled the live stream from the event and spent two days substituting the US Army massacre footage with their logo. The Union claimed they feared that the US government would take legal action concerning "copyright" of the Apache gun camera footage. Wikileaks advised the Union that by law and practice the US government does not claim copyrights on footage or documents that it produces, the Union still decided to censor the video.
See http://collateralmurder.com/ for more information behind the Collateral Murder event in Baghdad.
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This summit brought together an amazing panel that consisted of John Michael Greer, James Howard Kunstler, Chris Martenson, Frank Morris, and Dmitry Orlov to talk about issues ranging from politics, the economy, the food we eat, immigration, labor, poverty, minorities, war, and much more. Please be sure to like and share and stay tuned for more dynamic events from The Center For Progressive Urban Politics!
[News/Talk] The Podcaste: The Podcaste interviews author John Michael Greer SFW [Show notes] Learn about John Michael Greer’s new book series "The Weird of Hali" and the history of Sci-fi/Fantasy and Horror literature. We discuss our thoughts on Lovecraft’s WASPy politics and the dangers of "otherism" along with blood libel and the restrictions of religion……
[Recorded November 10, 2017]
Program 05:22 Bravo Demo with Tom Malloy & Charles Simonyi 22:15 Markup and Draw Demo with Bob Sproull 39:42 Laurel Demo with Doug Brotz 55:15 Smalltalk Demo with Dan Ingalls 01:14:13 Presentation by John Shoch 01:36:28 CHM Alto Restoration Project Video 01:39:55 Q&A
How did personal computing start? Many credit Apple and IBM for this radical shift, but in 1973, years before the Apple II and IBM PC, Xerox built the Alto, a computer its makers thought could become the “computer of tomorrow.” The Alto embodied for the first time many of the defining features of personal computing that seem natural now, over forty years later: individual use; interactive, graphical displays; networking; graphical interfaces with overlapping windows and icons; WYSIWYG word processing; browsers; email; and the list goes on. The birthplace of this pioneering machine was Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), which assembled a remarkable collection of computer scientists and engineers who made real their idea of “distributed personal computing.”
Original members of the PARC team present live demonstrations of, and discuss, some of the Alto’s remarkable achievements: Tom Malloy and Charles Simonyi presents Bravo, the WYSIWYG word processor; Bob Sproull shows the grap…
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