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The Zoomers Are Coming

The Zoomers Are Coming

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I was born in 1980, too young to be gen X, too old to be a millennial. Labels elude me. However, I do have the privilege of raising three kids that sit firmly in...
Why We Work

Why We Work

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I’ve seen the modern 9 to 5 job called “barbaric” and “slavery” in the last week alone. It’s like a shot in the back to the millions of hard-working people who get up every...

The End of Consumerism

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Buy and buy We buy and buy Ain't nobody buying time We spend our lives Dollars and dimes But ain't nobody buying time - Ross Ellis I was watching a Mr. Beast video with my kids today when I realized there...

The Patchwork Age

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The following is a special preview of the Patchwork Manifesto. We are quickly moving into an era of radical freedom, where we will gradually become free of constraints that mankind has adopted since agrarian civilization...
Quantity Culture

Quantity Culture

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We live in a time of quantity, which is not the same thing as a time of abundance. It’s a commonplace occurrence to find commentators sneer at a culture fixated on ‘more, more, more.’ Pointing...

To Build Beauty

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In my first article I wrote about the movement of the human body. The means of moving limbs, articulating postures, and motor learning. Now I write about movements that grip humans. The all-encompassing ideologies...
The Lapdog

For England, James?

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Amid a protracted take in Sam Mendes’ Skyfall, Daniel Craig plays a pensive James Bond sat tied to a chair waiting for a lift to descend on a remote island. Flanked by henchmen and...

The Death of News

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In every story of vanquishing monsters there comes a moment when the beast is seemingly slain and the hero breathes a sigh of relief. But of course they breathe it too soon and the...

Navigating Chaos, Part 1

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“Chaos is order yet undeciphered” – Enemy, Denis VilleneuveAs I am writing this and trying to break down the chain of associations, my mind keeps going back to the iconic scene from The Matrix...
To Hear Unspoken Words

To Hear Unspoken Words

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What does this sound like to you? I am not referring to the words themselves or the syntactic make-up of the sentence but the sounds as an experience when you read. The phenomenology of...