My father told me, Style leads, Fashion follows. He was right.
Before Charlottesville Was in the Spotlight, Police Arrested Their Most Prominent Critic in the Middle of the Night Jeff Fogel woke to the sound of someone furiously banging on his door. He quickly threw on a T-shirt and pajama bottoms while the banging continued, and stole a glance at his alarm clock before running downstairs.…Read more White Nights
Two stories, taking a different stance on Eminem's recent freestyle dissection of POTUS Trump's performance in office Response To Eminem’s Trump Freestyle. If you haven’t heard Eminem’s latest lyrical tirade, I encourage you to take a watch the YouTube video below prior to reading further. If you’ve already seen it or heard the lyrical assault,…Read more EMINEM VS TRUMP
There is good reason to be concerned about social connection in our current world. Loneliness is a growing health epidemic. We live in the most technologically connected age in the history of civilization, yet rates of loneliness have doubled since the 1980s. Today, over 40% of adults in America report feeling lonely, and research suggests…Read more Work and the Loneliness Epidemic
This story began about the death of my good friend, Ken Doyle but instead, it's a rant against futurist denial people and self important and patronising academics with the gall to believe understanding transhumanism is beyond mere mortals. I went to the wake of an old friend yesterday, a man I nicknamed 'Citizen Ken' because…Read more CITIZEN KEN -let the truth be out.
Futurists predict a rapture of machines, but reality beat them to it by turning computing into a way of life. Suddenly, everything is a computer. Phones, of course, and televisions. Also toasters and door locks, baby monitors and juicers, doorbells and gas grills. Even faucets. Even garden hoses. Even fidget spinners. Supposedly “smart” gadgets are…Read more You are already Living in a Computer
Fitness headlines promise staggering physical results: a firmer butt, ripped abs, bulging biceps. Nutritional breakthroughs are similar clickbait, with attention-grabbing, if often inauthentic—what, really, is a “superfood?”—means of achieving better health. Strangely, one topic usually escaping discussion has been shown, time and again, to make us healthier, smarter, and more empathic animals: reading. Read more