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Welcome to the Cultural Singularity

28. August 2012

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I love to read about technology stuff, being the nerdy/inquisitive person that I am. One of the ideas that has been occupying my thoughts recently has been the concept of the Technological Singularity, as described by titan of the computing world Bill Joy. The idea, simply put, is that technological progress will exponentially increase once […]

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Life is a Remix of a Remix

27. July 2012

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Yesterday’s post about artistic collaboration with social media┬áled to some interesting commentary. I awoke to an email from one of my friends who had read my post. An artist himself, this chap has offered me some fascinating insights into the creative process and artistic collaboration, although, ironically, he does not use social media. In his […]

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Using Social Media As An Artistic Tool

26. July 2012

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I’ve been very lucky to meet some very talented people on Twitter. In addition to professional connections, job opportunities, and witty conversational partners, I’ve met a great deal of exceptionally talented musicians via the beautiful blue bird. If you have a group of musicians talking for a long enough period of time, the topic of […]

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The Biggest Problem With Social Media

20. June 2012

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The Biggest Problem With Social Media

I love social media. I love it almost to a fault. I love it so much that I often forget how many people have no idea what you are talking about. Despite the immense popularity of Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms, the vast majority of the human population has no idea what social […]

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Personality is Arbitrary: Who Do You Want to Be?

14. June 2012

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The Fury Of Achilles: Charles Antonie

I don’t know about you, but the internet has given me some very interesting insights into the nature of the human spirit. What I’ve been thinking about recently is how the internet affects how we interact socially, both online and offline. The thought I’ve been specifically pondering: Is┬ápersonality arbitrary? The first murmurings of this thought […]

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