You have this PR and still have customers.
What's up with Google Fiber these days?
Rights of the Unborn
People Gonna Fuck
The untapped purveyance potential of the panopticon.
Buckminster and the Black Swan
Supra not Sub consciousness
Latency and Homeworlds
What can eat a government
in the belly of a black-winged bird
Assume our first contact will be technologically superior.
With as much as people like travel, why aren't we all nomads?
Submitting to surveillance scrutiny ought to come with the best perks.
By what values does a nation measure its citizenry?
"Dis-Accumulation" on a World Scale: Pillage, Plunder and Wealth
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Archimedes wind turbine harnesses energy without the efficiency loss
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The Farce Is Complete: Joe Biden's Son Joins Board Of Largest Ukraine Ga...
Presented with no comment: "Burisma Holdings, Ukraine’s largest private gas producer, has expanded its Board of Directors by bringing on Mr.
When the internet dies, meet the meshnet that survives - 19 April 2014 -...
If a crisis throws everyone offline, getting reconnected can be tougher than it looks, finds Hal Hodson