Women’s March NYC: Signs for the next steps

According to the Associated Press, over 500,000 people marched on Washington, DC on January 21, 2017, and the New York Times reports that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office counted 400,000 people marching in the Big Apple. Marches took place, not only in cities throughout the United States, but around the world, bringing […]

Cypherpunk Hammy Havoc’s take on privacy, open-source society, and true self-sustenance

Hammy Havoc is a multi-faceted cypherpunk writer based in Liverpool, United Kingdom. We had to have him tell us more about how he – and others – can practice what he preaches; cypherpunks are advocates for social and political change via strong cryptography and privacy-enhancing technologies. Cypherpunk principles tie in directly to his workflows as CEO of Split […]

Mischievous Minds: A Short Tale

Six hands, six empty pockets. Two mischievous minds planning to shoplift. One opposing mind, supposedly mine yet somehow I find myself fascinated with an object, obviously planning to “cop” it. I have to stop this; How can I be considered a leader if I allow others that are rebellious towards authority and immune to rules… […]

Guardians of Our Garden

Roses are red, Violets are blue. Seeds were planted in the past, time passed & those seeds grew. They blossomed & became beautiful; They are symbolic & although the plants can be physically taken out the earth, they remain unmovable.  August 11th 2015 – the birth of a garden. The first of much to come.  We […]

Assassin, Vol. 1

Seeing violence done in the dark has me leaving the light switch off as I speak in silence. Seeking guidance when seeds of doubt sprout seasonally in my thoughts in result of wars fought with enemies seeking an alliance. Walking through the alley of death where shadows are said to seen. Selling souls to satan […]

The End of Silence, revisited

‘Life is full of noise and that death alone is silent… nothing essential happens in the absence of noise’. Noise: the Political Economy of Music, Jaques Attali (1985) What meaning is in a sound? To hear the rattle of gunfire from the comfort of your stereo speakers, is our imagination transported to a distant war zone, or […]

Tennyson: Playing through Process

The crowd at Motorco Music Hall grooved along with Tennyson, deeply attuned to the myriad frequencies and rhythms being processed and punctuated before our eyes. Digital jazz pulsated through the crowd in pleasant bouts – when eyes weren’t closed, they were alight – captivated by the layers and levels The Canadian sibling duo brought to […]

Alex Quirk invites you to explore memory and perception

“In Western thought, the conscious being is often divided into two parts: mind, and body. Senses, and thoughts. Perception, and memory. It seems every conscious thought is rooted in either instantaneous perception or recall. What, then, can be said about a person’s soul if one side of that duality is completely destroyed?” asks Alex Quirk.   […]