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After studying Alien in intimate detail, it’s time to look at the typography and design of Ridley Scott’s other classic sci-fi movie, Blade Runner. Based on Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Blade Runner cements Scott’s reputation for beautiful, gritty, tech noir science fiction. An amazing indepth look at Blade Runner […]

There are two Americas. In one, bankers get golden parachutes, insider traders return to society as well-paid consultants, and influence is for sale. In the other, opportunity is scarce and forgiveness scarcer, jail awaits those caught possessing recreational drugs, and cries for help are ignored. Society preaches forgiveness for the rich and retribution for the […]

The free ride for brands on Facebook is over. As the social behemoth transforms into a media company and not simply another social platform, the hard reality is coming to light with regard to organic (unpaid) posting placement, specifically posting to brand pages, and the depth of which users will now see brand posts. The […]

A sideliner in “traditional media” providers, Vice News continues to push the limits of the platforms by broadcasting live, unedited from a world event in Ferguson. Not just a live report but live broadcasts for hours upon hours – live on YouTube. I am surprised that no online tech or media pundits have mentioned that […]

What value can this actually add to the current marketplace, could these dinosaurs not have moved to negotiate directly with Netflix to provide service to existing set top boxes? Who will subscribe to this service – it is so late to the game, misguided and completely out of touch with what their current customer base […]

20,000 Days on Earth


Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard’s 20,000 Days on Earth, featuring Nick Cave – one of the most prolific artistic geniuses of our time! Looking forward to this. .


Humans have spent centuries advancing technology to the point where some jobs have been completely taken over by less expensive robots. In the future, technology will take over more and more sectors until there’s nothing left. What will humans do then? .


These only make sense to me … .

Adults aged 25-34 compose the second-largest group of recent homebuyers, making up 28% of the current purchase pool. If you want them, you need to be where they are at their precise moment of interest, or you’ll miss the sale. The Online Buyer How do you sell a property to someone who will not visit […]