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George Steiner – How To Reform The Humanities

 The useless is the highest form of human activity.

Nam June Paik and Charlotte Moorman (1969)

Julian Oliver’s detects Google Glass devices on the wifi network and kicks them off – protecting your local area from covert surveillance.

Loophole 4 All

Paolo Cirio created a simple way to make use of Cayman Island tax havens, and the big companies that use them. A great example of the politics of affirmation.

Turn! Turn! Turn! – Pete Seeger

Versions of the famous song and it’s relationship to Ecclesiastes.

Sometimes A Great Notion

When Elsie MacPherson purchased Simplicity pattern 2523 at the Avondale hospice shop in November 1982, she did so with the intention of producing a practical and attractive garment for her six year old granddaughter, Elisa. It is unlikely she would… Continue Reading →

Strange Love: Married to the Eiffel Tower

The Hello Machine

Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees (1991)


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