kevan + society   225

How my father, JG Ballard, foresaw our strange present | Bea Ballard | Opinion | The Guardian
"Given that he predicted a B-movie actor (Ronald Reagan) becoming president, I doubt he would have been surprised that a TV reality star ended up doing the same."
ballard  fiction  politics  society 
9 weeks ago by kevan
Antisocial network: how self-deprecation is taking over the internet | Technology | The Guardian
"...in a world of constantly switched-on, ostentatious displays of popularity and people having an ostensibly TOTALLY AWESOME TIME, perhaps it isn't surprising that things would start to pitch in the opposite direction (known as JOMO, joy of missing out)."
society  internet  illusions 
may 2016 by kevan
Neighborhood mailbox stickers let communities display items they have to share | Springwise
"The idea is that homeowners place the stickers for the items they have on their mailbox so passersby can know if they’re good to knock on the door."
society  hacking  via:ole 
august 2014 by kevan
Stanford researcher: Hallucinatory 'voices' shaped by local culture
"The striking difference was that while many of the African and Indian subjects registered predominantly positive experiences with their voices, not one American did."
illusions  sound  society  psychology 
july 2014 by kevan
Anti-homeless spikes are part of a wider phenomenon of 'hostile architecture' | Art and design | The Guardian
"It is called the Camden bench, after the local authority that originally commissioned the sculpted grey concrete seats found on London streets. The bench's graffiti-resistant sloping surface is designed to deter both sleeping and skateboarding."
architecture  design  society 
june 2014 by kevan
SPIEGEL Interview with Umberto Eco: 'We Like Lists Because We Don't Want to Die' - SPIEGEL ONLINE
"The list is the origin of culture. It's part of the history of art and literature. What does culture want? To make infinity comprehensible."
writing  society  art 
april 2013 by kevan
Online comments hurt science understanding, study finds
"Readers' interpretations of potential risks associated with the technology described in the news article differed significantly depending only on the tone of the manipulated reader comments posted with the story."
science  language  society 
january 2013 by kevan
The Beauty of Twitter's Unfollow Bug - Megan McArdle - Technology - The Atlantic
"Polite evasion is an underrated principle of social interaction and it's nice to see Twitter arrive at it by accident."
society  illusions 
may 2012 by kevan
China Mieville on Apocalyptic London - NYTimes.com
"But London’s growing fake public space, corporate-owned stretches that pretend to be piazzas and streets but lock down and exclude citizens as Occupy movements and other irritations necessitate, abjures the backstreet-and-alleyway gestalt of the city."
london  cities  society  via:blech 
march 2012 by kevan
The Growth of the Internet and the Happy Recession
"The web offers cheap social status. [...] Given the opportunity to switch from a difficult contest for social status to an easier one, people will tend to opt for the most difficult contest they have any shot at winning. Thus, online communities tend to encourage marginal corporate climbers to be satisfied with worse career outcomes, so long as they’re still well-liked within their online subculture."
internet  society  future 
january 2012 by kevan
VIDEO: OWS Occupies Movie-Set Replica Of Itself, for Real | Mother Jones
"A few hours after television producers set up a replica of Occupy Wall Street for the filming of a new episode of Law and Order Special Victims Unit, the real Occupy Wall Street announced plans to occupy the fake one."
society  illusions  television  via:waxy 
december 2011 by kevan
We Have More Facebook Friends, but Fewer Close Friends, Says Cornell Sociologist - ABC News
"On average, participants listed 2.03 close friends in Brashears' survey. That number was down from about three in a 1985 study." Everybody needs two or three friends.
society 
november 2011 by kevan
Socialbot Network finds it easy to harvest data from Facebook users | Naked Security
"Once the socialbots had befriended one person, they would then attempt to become Facebook friends with their friend's friends, and so on. As they became more embedded within friend networks, the acceptance rate of friend request reached 60%."
simulation  society  illusions 
november 2011 by kevan
Language at risk of dying out – the last two speakers aren't talking | World news | The Guardian
"It is not clear whether there is a long-buried argument behind their mutual avoidance, but people who know them say they have never really enjoyed each other's company."
language  death  society 
april 2011 by kevan
BBC NEWS | Magazine | Breaking camp
"Q Camp was a [1944] utopian experiment which tried to get troubled boys to operate a self-governing community in the middle of the countryside."
history  society  children  via:drjon 
march 2011 by kevan
Rock, Paper, Shotgun, And Why We Need To Make Publications Into Homes, Or Maybe Just Local Pubs | > jim rossignol
"Rather than rely on a crowd-based system of voting comments and up and down, we’ve opted to curtail free speech and employ massive deletions. Create an atmosphere in which trolling and idiocy is not tolerated at all, and it starts to recede."
web  society 
may 2010 by kevan
BBC NEWS | Technology | Mobile data show friend networks
"The researchers were able to guess from the mobile data alone, with 95% accuracy, if any given pair of users were friends. "
phones  society  surveillance  gps 
august 2009 by kevan
One nation, seven sins - Las Vegas Sun
"By culling statistics from nationwide databanks of things like sexually transmitted disease infection rates (lust) or killings per capita (wrath), the researchers came up with a [mapped] sin index."
maps  society  america  via:clare 
august 2009 by kevan
Alice and Kev
"This is an experiment in playing a homeless family in The Sims 3. I created two Sims, moved them in to a place made to look like an abandoned park, removed all of their remaining money, and then attempted to help them survive without taking any job promotions or easy cash routes."
simulation  society  narrative  via:dan 
june 2009 by kevan
tweenbots | kacie kinzer
"Rolling at a constant speed, in a straight line, Tweenbots have a destination displayed on a flag, and rely on people they meet to read this flag and to aim them in the right direction to reach their goal."
robots  walking  society  emergence  via:holly 
april 2009 by kevan
As Jurors Turn to Web, Mistrials Are Popping Up - NYTimes.com
"[Jurors] are required to reach a verdict based on only the facts the judge has decided are admissible, and they are not supposed to see evidence that has been excluded as prejudicial. But now, using their cellphones, they can look up the name of a defendant on the Web or examine an intersection using Google Maps, violating the legal system’s complex rules of evidence."
law  web  society  phones  via:waxy 
march 2009 by kevan
S.F. may crack down on 'flash mob' antics
"[Pillow fight] feathers also filled the Vaillancourt Fountain and threatened to jam and burn out its pumps. [...] DPW assigned three extra cleanup shifts - a total of 69 employees and an extra street sweeper truck - costing about $19,000."
society  law  litter  pollution  via:waxy 
march 2009 by kevan
How the city hurts your brain - Boston.com
"People who had walked through the city were in a worse mood and scored significantly lower on a test of attention and working memory. [But crowded streets] also correlate with measures of innovation, as strangers interact with one another in unpredictable ways."
cities  brains  emergence  society  memory  via:jones 
january 2009 by kevan
Amateur crimefighters are surging in the US - Times Online
"The Real rules are simple. They must stand for unambiguous and unsponsored good. They must create their own Spandex and rubber costumes. [...] They must shun guns or knives to avoid being arrested as vigilantes, even if their nemeses may be armed."
crime  society  comics  secrets  via:zarba 
december 2008 by kevan
Landshare - What is Landshare
"With allotment waiting lists massively over-subscribed and people right across the country keener than ever to grow their own fruit and veg, the aim for Landshare is to become a UK wide initiative to make British land more productive and fresh local produce more accessible to all."
food  plants  society 
december 2008 by kevan
Robot wars: The rise of artificial intelligence - Science, News - The Independent
"The rise of robots in the home, in the workplace and in warfare needs to be supervised and controlled by ethical guidelines which limit how they can be used in sensitive scenarios such as baby-sitting, caring for the elderly, and combat, a leading scientist warns today."
robots  future  society  psychology  via:jones 
december 2008 by kevan
Australian couple served with legal documents via Facebook - Telegraph
"The Facebook profiles showed the defendants' dates of birth, email addresses and friend lists - and the co-defendants were friends with one another. This information was enough to satisfy the court that Facebook was a sufficient method of communicating with the defendants. [...] The judge stipulated that the papers be sent via a private email so that other people visiting the page could not read their contents."
law  australia  society  web 
december 2008 by kevan
Infovore » If Gamers Ran The World
"...and if our environment is one carefully planned out for effective growth rather than rammed together for efficiency, and if they understand how to handle the ever-more complex forms of communications necessary to deal with the large, distributed teams of people necessary to understand complexity - and if they can create a world that supplies and consumes the data necessary to make smart, informed, decisions - then they might just make it awesome."
games  society  future 
november 2008 by kevan
Leicester heads for diversity milestone | Society | Society Guardian
"Leicester is to become Britain's first plural city, where no ethnic group will form a majority. [...] The city will become plural in [2019], researchers at the University of Manchester estimate."
cities  society  future 
november 2008 by kevan
Depression 2009: What would it look like? - The Boston Globe
"In many ways, though, today's depression would not look like the last one because it would not look like much at all." [...] "The New Depression would be largely invisible because people would experience loss privately, not publicly."
society  money  future  history 
november 2008 by kevan
Hey, hey, ho, ho – Video-game censorship has got to go Aaron Delwiche / Trinity University
"Warning: The video game America’s Army has been developed by the United States Army to recruit children under the age of 17 in violation of the U.N. Optional Protocol and international law."
games  society 
september 2008 by kevan
By the numbers: teens and video games | csmonitor.com
"97 percent of teens play video games. There’s a slight gender divide: 99 percent of boys compared to 94 percent of girls."
games  society  via:waxy 
september 2008 by kevan
Instant-Messagers Really Are About Six Degrees from Kevin Bacon - washingtonpost.com
"With records of 30 billion [MSN] conversations among 180 million people from around the world, researchers have concluded that any two people on average are distanced by just 6.6 degrees of separation."
society  science  emergence  via:waxy 
august 2008 by kevan
Patrick Barkham on Labour's decline in Stoke-on-Trent | Politics | The Guardian
"[The BNP] campaign in a way that none of us recognise. People arrive in pubs, lean at the bar, buy a few drinks, say they are doing some contract work in town, become very matey and then tell people these rumours."
politics  society  lies  camrad 
may 2008 by kevan
One Way Pendulum (1964)
A suburban 60s family divided into their own absurd pursuits, with a gawky Jonathan Miller teaching speak-your-weight machines to sing in the attic. A brisk, no-nonsense acceptance of the absurd, although it lingers a little too long on some of its ideas.
filmlog  4stars  law  construction  society  music 
may 2008 by kevan
Richard Bartle: Gamers have won the battle against the censors | Technology | guardian.co.uk
"15 years from now, the prime minister of the day will have grown up playing computer games, just as 15 years ago we had the first prime minister to have grown up watching television, and 30 years ago to have grown up listening to the radio."
games  society  future 
april 2008 by kevan
Gin, Television, and Social Surplus - Here Comes Everybody
"'Where do people find the time?' That was her question. And I just kind of snapped. And I said, 'No one who works in TV gets to ask that question. You know where the time comes from. It comes from the cognitive surplus you've been masking for 50 years.'"
society  television  future  time 
april 2008 by kevan
Kevin Kelly -- The Technium
"A creator, such as an artist, musician, photographer, craftsperson, performer, animator, designer, videomaker, or author - in other words, anyone producing works of art - needs to acquire only 1,000 True Fans to make a living."
business  money  society  via:waxy 
march 2008 by kevan
cityofsound: The street as platform
"[In] imagining the scene below, via a kind of narrative, it's still remarkable to even sketchily consider how much data is already around us, and is near-invisible to traditional urban planning perspectives."
cities  design  gps  secrets  surveillance  technology  society 
february 2008 by kevan
The Rules of Beeping: Exchanging Messages Via Intentional "Missed Calls" on Mobile Phones
"With the exception of sequences, [all] beeps look alike. To senders and receivers, however, the distinctions among the beeps are surprisingly clear, based on what they know of the situation, the time, and the people involved in the exchange."
phones  language  hacking  society 
february 2008 by kevan
Towards the End of the Morning - Michael Frayn
A great snapshot of the dying days of Fleet Street, the middle-class second-guessing of future suburban house prices, fledgling international air travel, and the lazy, unstoppable rise of television.
booklog  news  television  travel  society 
february 2008 by kevan
Facebook can ruin your life - Science, News - Independent.co.uk
"[A man] was ordered by magistrates not to contact his estranged wife, but when he joined Facebook, an automatic 'friend request' was sent to everyone on his email list, including his former partner. [He] was arrested and got 10 days in jail."
law  society  email  spam  design  via:currybet 
february 2008 by kevan
Is the Tipping Point Toast? -- Duncan Watts -- Trendsetting
"Depending on how you define the specific mechanics of influence, you'd get totally different types of epidemics--or maybe none at all. But gurus of the Influentials theory never directly clarify these mechanics."
advertising  memetics  science  simulation  society 
january 2008 by kevan
Rossignol » The Greatest Show On Earth #1
"I never want to face another discussion about virtual reality. Let's face it: the screen is a major part of our lives, there's nothing unreal, fake, or virtual about it."
games  society  brains  via:jones 
january 2008 by kevan
Adam's Rib (1949)
"I don't make the rules." "Sure you do. We all do." A proto-feminist snapshot of the forties, Hepburn cracking through alternate scenes of lucidity and surreally dated equality arguments, her dramatic courtroom reveal being almost incomprehensible today.
filmlog  4stars  law  society  crime  love 
january 2008 by kevan
Gamasutra - The Watery Pachinko Machine of Doom: Project Horseshoe's Thoughts On Story
Some nice fragments. "Giving AI's knowledge of player's existing social graph in order to inform NPC decisions. [...] The AI is ultimately playing a strategy game that involves manipulating and cultivating the social graph of the player community."
games  design  society  illusions  narrative 
january 2008 by kevan
The Moral Instinct - Steven Pinker - New York Times
"In fact there seems to be a Law of Conservation of Moralization, so that as old behaviors are taken out of the moralized column, new ones are added to it."
society  brains  psychology  religion  via:webb 
january 2008 by kevan
Google's Lunchtime Betting Game - New York Times
"This is tangible evidence, the authors argue, that information is shared most easily and effectively among office neighbors, even at an Internet company where instant messaging and e-mail are generally preferred to face-to-face discussion."
psychology  society 
january 2008 by kevan
Clive Thompson on How the Next Victim of Climate Change Will Be Our Minds
"They're suffering symptoms eerily similar to those of indigenous populations that are forcibly removed from their traditional homelands. It's [that] the familiar markers of their area, the physical and sensory signals that define home, are vanishing."
memory  nostalgia  psychology  depression  australia  society  plants  pollution 
january 2008 by kevan
James Clark's Random Thoughts: Thai personal names
"If you become a Thai citizen, you have to choose a new, unused family name. Just as with domain names, all the good, short names have gone."
society  names  via:webb 
january 2008 by kevan
Wings Of Desire (1987)
A strong and loosely-painted mythology of benevolently bored immortals pacing around Berlin before the wall fell, taking notes. But the good, mundane dialogue gets drowned out by bad, self-conscious poetry, and the love interest is mystifyingly shallow.
filmlog  4stars  secrets  germany  society  love  memory 
december 2007 by kevan
AllThingsJacq.com - Interactive Fiction
"ClubFloyd was founded on September 2, 2007. The idea behind it is that each week at a pre-arranged time, a group of people meet online to cooperatively play a game of interactive fiction."
games  if  society 
december 2007 by kevan
Roman Holiday (1953)
The slumming royalty of a non-specified English-speaking country, being led around Rome by a cynical journalist and his shin-kicked photographer who's lucky to get a quarter of the pre-paparazzi story fees.
filmlog  3stars  society  secrets  lies  news  photos  italy 
november 2007 by kevan
Ghostwritten - David Mitchell
A slowly and hugely unfolding story of the roaring power of random interconnection, the way that our lives are so heavily determined by the unplanned acts of strangers.
booklog  coincidences  ghosts  society  japan  russia  crime  computers  terrorism  apocalypse 
october 2007 by kevan
Passport To Pimlico (1949)
The logistics of a sudden micronation, played out slowly and simply and full of Blitz spirit, but with a lot more logical consistency than I remembered. Apart from them forgetting about the Thames.
filmlog  3stars  london  politics  society  law  food 
october 2007 by kevan
Bioshock (Xbox 360)
Disappointing that turning-enemies-against-each-other is so minor, and that the ethical dilemmas are so narrow, but if I'm going to be playing the mighty System Shock 2 again, a beautifully derelict 1950s underwater dystopia is a great place to play it.
gamelog  4stars  apocalypse  cities  society  water  mutation  dereliction 
september 2007 by kevan
Chaos theory | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
The mass adoption of decimalisation, seatbelts, smoking bans and digital television. "Once a change in our environment forces a change in our behaviour, we manage to convince ourselves, internally, that the change is morally right."
society  psychology  television  cigarettes  money  law  via:lmg 
august 2007 by kevan
Cold Comfort Farm (1995)
Rescuing the rural working classes from their own ignorance, using casually implausible urban superpowers. A good first half, but Flora's writing is forgotten and the parody thins out into a generic countryside drama, as it begins to tie up.
filmlog  3stars  society  education  writing  secrets  via:holly 
july 2007 by kevan
"I'd close World of Warcraft!" MUD creator Richard Bartle on the state of virtual worlds from Guardian Unlimited: Gamesblog
"Players are so used to [walkthroughs] that, faced with some other player offering them a quest, they'd be nonplussed. They'd be more likely to think it was some kind of trick than an enhancement to play (and they'd probably be right!)."
games  design  mmorpgs  interviews  history  society 
july 2007 by kevan
Things To Come (1936)
Aerial warfare, the fascistic rise of science (dictatorial conquering is fine so long as your poison gases are non-lethal), and an extremely vague and angry Luddite rejection of "progress". Impressively difficult to keep in the context of 1936.
filmlog  3stars  war  science  future  technology  society  apocalypse  pestilence 
july 2007 by kevan
Why Not Eat Insects? - Vincent M. Holt
A pamphlet of oversimplified 19th century vagueness, endlessly repeating how Holt ate some particular delicious insect in the Colonies once, and if it's good enough for the Arabs and Hottentots, maybe England's poor could be persuaded to eat them as well.
booklog  insects  food  society 
june 2007 by kevan
Le Corbeau (1943)
The film that the Small Town Anywhere social game was based on; the power and freedom of anonymous letters, and how cheaply you can fake omniscience. Fun to see how well and how quickly the Small Town organisers had cast the players.
filmlog  3stars  secrets  society  france  paper 
june 2007 by kevan
The Book of Dave - Will Self
Alternating between the life of a London cab driver, and the feudal, bucolic, post-apocalyptic culture built around a notebook he left behind. A lot of good idea mappings, and as strong as Great Apes for a near-visibly overlaid alternate London.
booklog  london  future  apocalypse  language  society  children  religion 
may 2007 by kevan
Kids, the Internet, and the End of Privacy: The Greatest Generation Gap Since Rock and Roll -- New York Magazine
"Younger people, one could point out, are the only ones for whom it seems to have sunk in that the idea of a truly private life is already an illusion."
children  technology  surveillance  society  psychology  via:josh 
april 2007 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Comment is free | Charlie Brooker: I can see you, citizen
"And, rather than mounting the cameras on poles, why not make them mobile and more kid-friendly by placing them inside full-size, remote-controlled Daleks, which can patrol the streets dishing out near-fatal electric shocks to those who disobey?"
surveillance  daleks  society 
april 2007 by kevan
District 13 (2006)
Five or ten brief minutes of good parkour, and an hour of nonsensical bomb-defusing videogame plot, including arbitrary end boss. Expected parkour to be more interestingly filmable on a big multi-camera budget; either it isn't, or they just didn't bother.
filmlog  1star  paris  police  parkour  architecture  society 
march 2007 by kevan
Endangered languages encode plant and animal knowledge - New Scientist Environment
"Two [fish], called steelhead trout and cutthroat trout in English, are labelled as being types of salmon in the language of the Halkomelem Musqueam tribe of British Columbia. Genetic analysis has shown that they are in fact of the salmon genus."
language  history  society  secrets 
february 2007 by kevan
Idiocracy (2006)
Incoherent, joke-free, dysgenic, Lamarckian nonsense. An intelligent film sneering at stupid working-class low-brow-culture America would be annoying enough, but a stupid low-brow-culture film doing it is just bafflingly, foot-shootingly pointless.
filmlog  1star  future  society  genetics  via:raven 
february 2007 by kevan
Running the Numbers - An American Self-Portrait
"Each image portrays a specific quantity of something: fifteen million sheets of office paper (five minutes of paper use); 106,000 aluminum cans (thirty seconds of can consumption) and so on."
art  photos  design  society  america  via:infosthetics 
february 2007 by kevan
Out of the Ordinary: True Tales of Everyday Craziness - Jon Ronson
Good opening chapters; looks like a collection of longer and genuinely investigative articles into weirdness, rather than just a collection of his endearing but repetitive blog-entry Guardian Weekend columns.
booklog  ronson  society  delusions  via:lori 
january 2007 by kevan
Everyday Wonderland » 5 Ideas for Stressful Living
"At the core, all of the above ideas can be summed up in a single method: simply convince yourself that you need more than you have at any given moment, and you will be able to maintain a steady feeling of anxiety throughout the day."
psychology  society  humour  via:lmg 
january 2007 by kevan
On Photography - Susan Sontag
"The mainstream of photographic activity has shown that a Surrealist manipulation or theatricalization of the real is unnecessary, if not actually redundant." Great social history of photography, lots of photographers I should read up on.
booklog  photos  history  art  society  via:holly 
january 2007 by kevan
PC Gamer: 12/1/06 - The Difference
Left Behind video game sexism: "[NPCs] become your 'friend,' and can be trained to pursue a number of careers, including soldier, medic, musician, builder, or recruiter/evangelist. Unless, of course, you make the mistake of recruiting a woman."
games  religion  society  design  via:venusberg 
december 2006 by kevan
What's your poison? | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
"The idea that gin makes you unhappy probably comes from its nickname 'mother's ruin' - the idea that it makes women depressed, which is a cultural idea. But fundamentally, alcohol is alcohol whichever way you slice it."
drinks  science  society  delusions  psychology 
december 2006 by kevan
Keep The Aspidistra Flying (1997)
Class tourism with a well-stuffed parachute, and how every single luxury and happiness costs money. It's presented a little more blandly and cleanly than the novel, with a merely quaint and cheerful Lambeth, but Richard E Grant is perfect as Comstock.
filmlog  4stars  money  poetry  advertising  society 
november 2006 by kevan
Sullivan's Travels (1941)
A film director trying to experience enough poverty to feel justified in making films about it. Endlessly and easily drawn back to the comfort of Hollywood, the looping plot keeps coming back on stranger and darker levels.
filmlog  3stars  films  money  meta  depression  society  illusions  lies 
november 2006 by kevan
ScienceDaily: Children Show Strong Preference For Lucky Individuals
"Young children express stronger liking for the beneficiaries of good luck compared to the victims of bad lack and generalize this preference to those who share membership in a group."
children  psychology  society  delusions  random  via:mindhacks 
november 2006 by kevan
The Walking Dead: Days Gone Bye - Robert Kirkman
A comatose cop wakes to a world of standard zombie tropes, all moving a little too quickly and in a strange sequence, but such is apocalypse. A couple of great characters in there, and the murmuring zombies are mutedly perfect.
booklog  zombies  apocalypse  society  weapons  via:alex 
october 2006 by kevan
TV Might Cause Autism - Slate Magazine
"In counties or years when rain and snow were unusually high, and hence it is assumed children spent a lot of time watching television, autism rates shot up; in places or years of low precipitation, autism rates were low."
television  weather  brains  children  society  science  via:mutual 
october 2006 by kevan
Kingdom Come - J.G. Ballard
Suburban violence in the gravity well of an out-of-town shopping centre. Running a little too close to Millennium People, and feeling a little dilute, but it's good, strong Ballard, a string of blatant setups and sudden dodges of the obvious.
booklog  shops  society  politics  death  mysteries 
october 2006 by kevan
« earlier      
per page:    204080120160

related tags

1star  2stars  3stars  4stars  advertising  america  ants  apes  apocalypse  architecture  art  australia  ballard  bees  bones  booklog  books  brains  business  camrad  cards  cheating  children  cigarettes  cities  clothes  coincidences  comics  computers  construction  creations  crime  daleks  death  delusions  depression  dereliction  design  dolphins  drinks  drugs  education  electricity  email  emergence  evolution  famine  fiction  filmlog  films  food  france  furniture  future  gamelog  games  genetics  germany  ghosts  goats  gps  hacking  history  humour  ice  if  illusions  insects  internet  interviews  italy  japan  language  law  lewes  libraries  lies  light  limbs  litter  london  love  lunacy  magazines  mammals  maps  maths  medicine  memetics  memory  meta  metaphors  mmorpgs  money  monkeys  monsters  mornington  mp3s  music  mutation  mysteries  names  narrative  news  nomic  nostalgia  paper  paris  parkour  pestilence  philosophy  phones  photos  plants  poetry  police  politics  pollution  prison  programming  psychology  radio  random  religion  robots  roleplaying  ronson  russia  science  secrets  sex  shops  simulation  society  software  sound  spam  sport  surveillance  symbols  technology  television  terrorism  theatre  thomson  time  traffic  transport  travel  tube  via:alex  via:anne  via:arbroath  via:ben  via:blech  via:clare  via:collision  via:currybet  via:dan  via:drjon  via:foe  via:gamesblog  via:holly  via:idiolect  via:infosthetics  via:jones  via:josh  via:leonard  via:levez  via:lmg  via:lori  via:mcios  via:mindhacks  via:mutual  via:ole  via:plasticbag  via:qwghlm  via:raven  via:venusberg  via:waxy  via:webb  via:wonderland  via:zarba  videos  walking  war  water  weapons  weather  web  weblogs  wikis  wood  world  writing  zombies 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: