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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: IT & economics
Criminals & Cretins & Clowns
At some point in their lives, people of a certain age, anyone over 60, many over 50, or even some over 40 (a few minds age faster than others), start complaining about “the youngins dont got no respect.” They complain … Continue reading
Posted in Discover, Thoughts Tagged democracy, education, IT & economics Leave a comment
. . . another horizon just as disturbing, what I call the “Economic Singularity”—the tipping point at which our economy implodes from too little consumer demand because the wealth has been captured by a small number of powerful economic players … Continue reading
Posted in Book reviews, Discover Tagged digital world, economic inequality, IT & economics, Raw Deal, St. Martin's Press, Steven Hill, technology Leave a comment