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A schizofrenic braindump, a stream of cyberpunk, post-cyberpunk, neopunk, futurism and sci-fi items, inspiration for my writing and game design. Usually managed by my trusty auto-posting AI residing in a possum-brain in my kitchen sink.

Go ahead and inject into my brainfeed via Twitter or Tumblr submit. Aslo, go ahead and challenge my AI with a question (warning, it bites).
11 | 20.2.2013 | 1 year ago |


5 | 10.1.2013 | 1 year ago |


5 | 9.1.2013 | 1 year ago |


Somehow, this joke also makes perfect sense - how to otherwise govern what happens with digital remnants? (via DELETE MY BROWSER HISTORY Medicalert bracelet - Boing Boing)

Somehow, this joke also makes perfect sense - how to otherwise govern what happens with digital remnants? (via DELETE MY BROWSER HISTORY Medicalert bracelet - Boing Boing)

2 | 5.6.2012 | 1 year ago |


A little bit of Total Recall fun…

A little bit of Total Recall fun…

16 | 27.9.2011 | 2 years ago |


Internet is not a direct representation of reality but skewed in the same way a tabloid newspaper is. But as internet becomes part of everyday life, it also becomes part of reality. That’s the process that makes any Mohammad a terrorist in justice by correlation, as algoritms group and filter based on far less complicated patterns than humans. (via danah boyd: “Guilt Through Algorithmic Association” – Boing Boing)

Internet is not a direct representation of reality but skewed in the same way a tabloid newspaper is. But as internet becomes part of everyday life, it also becomes part of reality. That’s the process that makes any Mohammad a terrorist in justice by correlation, as algoritms group and filter based on far less complicated patterns than humans. (via danah boyd: “Guilt Through Algorithmic Association” – Boing Boing)

1 | 15.3.2011 | 3 years ago |


19 | 29.12.2010 | 3 years ago |


infoneer-pulse:

Chinese: The New Dominant Language of the Internet

China gained 36 million additional internet users last year meaning there are now over 440 million internet users in the country. English has long been the most widely used language on the internet but with Chinese Internet growth rising at the rate it is, it could be less than five years before Chinese becomes the dominant language on the internet.

» via TheNextWeb

infoneer-pulse:

Chinese: The New Dominant Language of the Internet

China gained 36 million additional internet users last year meaning there are now over 440 million internet users in the country. English has long been the most widely used language on the internet but with Chinese Internet growth rising at the rate it is, it could be less than five years before Chinese becomes the dominant language on the internet.

» via TheNextWeb

(via futuramb)