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E3 2015

The invaders

Heartland Healing

Fear is Not an Option

Heartland Healing

Don’t Be a Toaster: Redux

Doctor Mysterian

Thinner

Heartland Healing

Corn-cover Corn: Nothing Green About It

A plague is upon us; pestilence abounds; a pox we planted ourselves. Forget locusts. Forget frogs. Forget bird flu, kudzu or African snails. The invasive species strangling, starving and drying up America came all the way from the St. Louis laboratories of Monsanto. It’s corn.

The Yellow Peril. Our country is being overrun by corn. It’s the killer crop of the 21st century. How? We got sold a bill of goods —...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>There's a new generation coming, and the old generation will not like it.</p> A new generation

A new generation is about to enter adulthood. This is a generation who were raised in a mostly digital world, where music and film existed as data on a computer or iPod and not as a physical entity. It is a generation that grew up looking at crippling college debt and few job opportunities. It is a generation that, out of necessity, grew up trading and sharing, rather than compulsively seeking to own.

This...

Heartland Healing

Devil in detail2 Devil in the Detail

Do you suffer from “Fact Fatigue”? Are you confused and exhausted after turning on the television, opening up Google alerts or reading the newspaper (remember those?) under the constant barrage of factoids about the latest thing that makes you fat, keeps you skinny, heals your heart, hurts your heart, kills you, saves you, saves the planet, kills the planet and on and on? Are you tired of reading and hearing a new...

Over The Edge

Sxsw-reader-online SXSW 2015: Is Austin Getting Too Weird?

This was the least impressive, least satisfying year I’ve attended the South By Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival, held last month in Austin, Texas.

The event, which began as a sleepy gathering of unsigned bands in 1987 and has since ballooned to become the largest music industry confab in the United States is beginning to lose significance for bands, labels and music-goers. This is the first year I can remember...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>Throw away your clocks! In the future, you won't need them!</p> The future of time

The future will look at time very differently. Almost all manufacturing jobs will be done by computer, while most everything else is done by appointment. Television will be mostly on-demand, and movies will play every hour or two in constant rotation. Most of the things that we base our schedule around will be uncoupled from the clock, and so there will no longer be the need for extreme punctuality and hour...

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