Category Archives: Computer Culture

Why Google’s (unofficial) motto of “don’t be evil” ensured they would go evil

Nihilists! Fuck me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it’s an ethos. – Walter Sobchak The Big Lebowski So Google’s slow fall into the moral abyss is once again prodded and … Continue reading

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OWS as Political Metaphysics

OWS has gotten the Charles Pierce to believe political physics have been turned over. He enthuses, “The opposition is more permanent that transitory politics.” As though every drop of water does not make up the ocean. Pierce is suggesting the … Continue reading

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Battlestar Galactica explains the Great Recession

Dear Professional and Academic Political Bloggers, First, I just want to open up by thanking you for your work. You have a lot to be proud of as you guys and gals are so often intelligent, articulate, and wise analysts … Continue reading

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Meaningless Revolution ain’t so bad

I’m a simple man. A young man of the Midwest. Grandson of famers. I pray on my knees. Cynicism a tad younger than my time because of the tv box and the interweb. Write in creepy Ernest Hemingway sentences. I … Continue reading

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