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Are Mega-Corps Discriminating Against Gothic Sites?

- by in Headline, Manifesto, Trade/Business

Today, dark fashion and beauty site Gothic.org posted Trend Micro Hates Goths. It appears that Trend Micro, through its Site Safety product, is unreasonably discriminating against gothic culture sites. Trend Micro’s Site Safety is yet another entry in the anti-malware and social control product set. Most companies use some sort of software which tracks where […]

420 Sure Is Economical

- by in Headline, Manifesto, Sex

In honor of 4/20, I wanted to write something about how the low price of kush in California, even when you factor in doctor visits, demonstrates what happens when the market right-prices healthcare. I’m indifferent to marijuana, on a personal level, but I believe strongly in what it politically represents. But I glanced at Facebook, […]

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Threesome for Free Music Equipment

- by in Art, Headline, Music

Music techs have known Palmer Germany for high quality music peripherals for more than three decades now. The company is currently running a threesome contest via Facebook app Offerpop, where you upload a photo of yourself with two things which matter to you. Alas, no porno threesome pics will be able to win. The reason […]

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Who wants a Google + invite?

Who wants a Google + invite?

- by in Trade/Business

Not a lot of work has been taking place at HQ this afternoon. Been a lot of playing with the Google + beta. So far, I think the coolest feature is their circles system. This allows you to have ways of grouping people you know. For example, if you used to live in one city […]

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Pedobear to Kick Off Presidential Run at March to Keep Fear Alive!

Pedobear to Kick Off Presidential Run at March to Keep Fear Alive!

- by in Happenings

My fellow Americans, for too long we have toiled under the oppressive paw of a government that has spiraled out of control in terms of spending, military intervention, and passing laws that circumvent our God-given right not to have to introduce ourselves door-to-door whenever we move into a new neighborhood. To that end, I am […]

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Rudy Rucker Posts 10th Issue of Free Flurb

Rudy Rucker Posts 10th Issue of Free Flurb

- by in Books

If you like cyberpunk sf, you are probably familiar with author and general cool guy Rudy Rucker. What you might not know, or at least I didn’t until now, is that Rudy Rucker edits an online science fiction zine called Flurb. It is free to read and includes many top speculative fiction/science fiction talents. I […]

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The Last Exorcism in Social Media

The Last Exorcism in Social Media

- by in Popcorn

I really like Eli Roth as a personality. He has a certain wit and charm and unstoppable DIY willingness to just go for it and stick to it, which I really enjoy. I find him most interesting as a writer and have been following him on Twitter just to read his random thoughts in 140 […]

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Bauhaus vs. Dead Can Dance Feud

Bauhaus vs. Dead Can Dance Feud

- by in Music

Future generations are going to study the decades after the popularization of internet interaction turned most of the population into emo feuding crybabies and shake their heads in disbelief. Apparently, back in May, Brendan Perry of Dead Can Dance called Peter Murphy of Bauhaus “a sandwich short of a picnic”. Brendan Perry of course posted […]

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South Park Creators Killed

South Park Creators Killed

- by in Blue Blood

All I really wanted was an Okama Gamesphere, but, instead, the 200th and 201st episodes of South Park were an uneasy mishmash of most of the characters from past shows. The most noticeable absences were Chef and Towelie. No Terrance and Philip either, I think, but no loss there. As Isaac Hayes left over, as […]

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If I’m so connected, why do I feel so disconnected?

If I’m so connected, why do I feel so disconnected?

- by in Blue Blood

I enjoyed LiveJournal because sometimes I have fragments of ideas which are not ready to be an official article, but it is nice to be able to start giving the words shape. I also felt like I could actually get to know people on there. Like, if I met someone at a rock show, we […]

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