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Review: Mainframe Experimentalism Revisits the Earliest Days of Computer Art

Review: Mainframe Experimentalism Revisits the Earliest Days of Computer Art

The 1960s and 1970s were the era prior to the rise of home and micro computing, when small computers weighed as much as a fridge (before you added any peripherals to them) and large computers took up entire air conditioned offices. Mainframes cost millions of dollars, minicomputers tens of thousands at a time when the average weekly wage was closer to a hundred dollars. To access a computer you ha...

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The Quantified Home of the Future

The Quantified Home of the Future

I’ve been thinking about the idea of home a lot recently. I’ve been traveling over three continents for the last 6 months, living out of hostels, surfing friend’s couches, and even staying in local homes through Couchsurfing or personal connections.

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Steve Aoki Neon Future II

Steve Aoki Neon Future II

Steve Aoki once again confirms his place as the leading proponent of optimistic futurism in the EDM scene and beyond. And wait, is this a return of the concept album?

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Vital Questions — A Book Review

Vital Questions — A Book Review

Life has been on earth about 4 billion years. If we think of each billion as a term at college, then for its Freshman, Sophomore and Junior years, life majored in chemistry.

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The Singular Universe and the Reality of Time

The Singular Universe and the Reality of Time

“Today, natural philosophy has not disappeared completely. It lives under disguise. Scientists write popular books, for the general educated public, professing to make their ideas about the science that they practice accessible to non-scientists. They use these books to speculate about the larger meaning of their discoveries for our understanding of the universe and of our place within it. They al...

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