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Visiting [art]by[odo] may have you thinking it's unfocussed. What is it about? Art? Audio? Photography? Music? Politics? Ego? Boredom? Is it a blog? Is it an online gallery?
What it's not is a one trick pony, or a Sing Johnny One Note, or a stuck record. It's about more than a single interest, idea or concept. On the surface it may seem scattered, but with time some obvious and some not so obvious connections are discoverable. Look closer and the parallels will pop.
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Tag Archives: information freedom
Positively Zinnful – 2
Howard Zinn looked at the world from alternate angles. He discovered early in his life little discrepancies in the stories we’re told, the history we’re taught, the everyday beliefs passed down to us by parents, teachers, and those given prestige. … Continue reading
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It’s become quite clear that as a species we humans are not very smart. In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve been breeding out of control, and as a consequence of eight billion people and counting, more and more each day … Continue reading
Posted in Book reviews Tagged censorship, civil liberties, Howard Zinn, human rights, information freedom, On History Leave a comment