Archive for the ‘mutans’ Category

Tap Your Skin To Make A Phone Call
March 7, 2010

It’s called Skinput. The user wears an armband, which contains a very small projector that projects a menu or keypad onto a person’s hand or forearm.

via The Presurfer: Tap Your Skin To Make A Phone Call.

smell the shift in the weather
March 6, 2010

whence come o’er me
a’shuddering, ill wind
blow divine comedy

these Santa Ana horse-
mad arid mornings

Smell of ash, cold sweats

Motherfuckin’ Lyotard
March 2, 2010

The transmission of knowledge is no longer designed to train an elite capable of guiding the nation toward its emancipation, but to supply the system with players capable of acceptably fulfilling their roles at the pragmatic posts required by its institutions.

J-F Lyotard: The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge

E.J. Gold — American Book of the Dead
February 28, 2010

With special relevance to those who are sick and dying, this American interpretation of the timeless Tibetan spiritual classic is invaluable for anyone in spiritual crisis, preparing for death, or wishing to honor loved ones.

via E.J. Gold — American Book of the Dead.

at least, that’s what they say on the sales page • personally I suspect it’s probably secret source material for Twin Peaks.

anyway.

this book has me thinking about making a list on sloppyunruh of haunted places in america though – so watch for that

Carly Simon ends You’re So Vain riddle
February 27, 2010

she solved the riddle by whispering David’s name BACKWARDS in a reworked version of the 1972 song for her new album Never Been Gone, out next week

via Carly Simon ends You’re So Vain riddle | The Sun |Showbiz|Bizarre.

Faemblem of Divstellatio
February 27, 2010

Authored thousands of years ago, long before the Erectaclysm destroyed the Toltecs and created the Bay of Mexico, this text is considered the primary source from which Abd Alhazred learnt his magics, and the viracochas Votan took the knowledge he gained from this text and used it to retire in the netherlands once his work in what is now called Peru was complete.

Most planets outlaw pyramiding

via Infictive Research – Faemblem of divstellatio.

& you won’t believe what they said about jesus
February 27, 2010

to quote:

…and move our form of government towards socialism by using linguistics.

via District parents angry over radical Web link.

Ron Paul: “Take out the CIA”
February 24, 2010

Ron Paul: “Take out the CIA”.

It’s a pretty provocative message, especially
in a country where the intelligence agencies
seem to do whatever they please.

But what good has the CIA ever done?

They’ve been implicated in supporting
the drug trade, they’ve trained and encouraged
other countries to engage in torture, they’ve
engaged in illegal coups and assassinations,
the put Nazis on their payroll after WW II…

Now they’re randomly lobbing missiles
at Pakistan via their drones and leaving
servicemen on the ground to take the
fire for their recklessness.

By the way, guess who founded the CIA
as we know it?

A Wall Street lawyer.

And it’s been run by the Ivy League kids of
rich families (ex. George Bush Sr.) ever since.

They work for our best interests, right?  Sure they do.

Ron Paul cuts to the chase.

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‘Windows 7 Was My Idea, But to Be Fair, I Don’t Know What I’m Talking About’ – windows 7 – Gizmodo
February 23, 2010

Those “Windows 7 was my idea” ads only make sense if you assume the people with the ideas weren’t idiots. This take on the ads is more honest about what Microsoft would’ve gotten if they’d really crowdsourced their OS.

via ‘Windows 7 Was My Idea, But to Be Fair, I Don’t Know What I’m Talking About’ – windows 7 – Gizmodo.

About | Journal of Borderland Research
February 20, 2010

“We have actually touched the Borderland where Matter and Force seem to merge into one another, the shadowy realm between the known and the unknown. I venture to think that the greatest scientific problems of the future will find their solutions in this Borderland, and even beyond; here, it seems to me, lie ultimate realities, subtle, far reaching, wonderful.”

Sir William Crookes

via About | Journal of Borderland Research.