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Welcome to Wilderland

Welcome to Wilderland

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Adventure has been on my mind, as of late. It seems to me that the narratives that have gripped our collective consciousness, especially in 2020 and in early 2021, have largely been built from...
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...
The True Self

The True Self

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As I’m sitting here I’ve had the life force sucked out of me. Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t a complainer piece or a cynic piece. This is a warning piece. Something everyone needs...

The Value of Suffering

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‘You desire to know that art of living my friend “ it is contained in one phrase: make use of suffering.’Henri-Frederic Amiel It’s a cliché of screenwriter manuals that all stories must be instigated by...

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 Strange Map of Nutrition

The Strange Map of Nutrition

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Take an empty plate. Add the food you consume throughout a regular week. Eggs, bacon, steak, beans, bread, chocolate, potatoes, rice and chicken. Now, take a picture and post it online, asking people which...

Surviving the Information Wars

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I recently read this tweet, from @XA_Alexander: Almost everyone agrees we’re in an Information War, yet almost no one discusses what that actually means at the practical day-to-day level of our lives.@XA_Alexander The “Information Wars” have...
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...
A Narrow Focus

A Narrow Focus

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The modern digital world is visually immersive. We are drawn towards image-saturated platforms like Instagram and Facebook like moths to a lamppost compared to platforms focusing on text expression, such as Twitter. But like...

Confronting Hubris in Tech

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You are probably aware, if you have read my previous pieces for this magazine, that I am fixated on the differences between what I call mechanistic and phenomenological worldviews. The terms did not originate...