Monthly Archives: August 2012

Reflections On Pain And Suffering

The past few days I’ve found myself pondering on how much misery and suffering there is in this world.  When I look at it from the perspective of us as individuals, it all seems so pointless.  We watch our loved … Continue reading

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TrapWire – We’re Being Watched

About a year or two ago I remember reading an article in Wired reporting that the United States is just a key-turn away from becoming a total police state.  Top NSA operatives and others from high government positions were warning … Continue reading

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Glass Infused With Nanotechnology

On my blog, I’ve often talked about the possibilities that come into being when we infuse technology and knowledge into the world around us.  Nanotechnology allows us to insert tiny computers and other devices into everyday things around us, making … Continue reading

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Reflections On Work And Play

In this culture of ours, I often find my frame of mind toward work and progress to be in sharp contrast to those around me.  I’m far more in agreement with the philosopher and entertainer Alan Watts, and I’d like … Continue reading

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Knowledge, Desires, and Information

I’d like to briefly discuss some of the ideas which have been running through my head lately, though I’m not sure where I should start.  To try to put this into words, I want to talk about how, and in … Continue reading

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