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BROTHERS OF THE GUN: This book vividly captures life in Syria amid a war with no end in sight
"Marwan Hisham and Molly Crabapple discuss their new book and what it was like collaborating when one of them lived in a war zone."
books  peopleIknow 
july 2018 by warrenellis
Claire Tolan: 'Thinking Systems (ASMR)', p.2 | atractivoquenobello
“I really expected it to kind of drown itself in a while”, says artist Claire Tolan about her ongoing research, interest and interaction with the YouTube-born practice and neologism ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response).
In the second of two videos exploring the Berlin-based artist’s work –as part of our ongoing video series made in collaboration with Video in Common –aqnb joins Tolan in talking about developing her work, from mixing ASMR sounds live on air for a regular show at Berlin Community Radio called ‘You’re Worth It’ to applying a growing archive to her ringtone database Shush Systems and live ASMR Karaoke events.
video  sound  asmr  peopleIknow 
february 2016 by warrenellis
BBC Radio 4 - Four Thought, Series 4, Rachel Armstrong
"Rachel Armstrong proposes we should harness the computing power of the natural world to create new sustainable ways of living."
peopleIknow  listenlater  sci  comp 
may 2014 by warrenellis
"Those Projects" — Studio D Radiodurans
"It’s those projects that rapidly evaporate any tolerance for bullshit."
writing  work  peopleIknow 
april 2014 by warrenellis
Open the Future: Interview at Singularity 1 on 1
"Roughly hour-long interview, wherein I talk about my educational background, humanizing the Singularity concept, and why "meat fetishism" isn't so bad."
peopleIknow  interviews  video 
november 2012 by warrenellis
Open the Future: #War
"What's the hashtag for terror? For propaganda? I've been talking about the role of social media as a possible enabler of political violence for years. In my June 2009 talk at Mobile Monday in Amsterdam, I argued that Twitter and similar media had the potential to serve a role similar to the radio stations used to drive the 1990s Rwandan genocide. I went into more detail on the idea in this article at Fast Company a short while later..."
war  future  peopleIknow  comms  social 
november 2012 by warrenellis
Still Alive (June 2011 Edition)
"As the image above shows, I had the ridiculously good fortune to have been asked to contribute a short essay to SVK, a graphic novella written by Warren Ellis and drawn by Matt "D'Israeli" Booker. Did I mention the introduction by William Freaking Gibson?"
peopleiknow  SVK 
june 2011 by warrenellis
Announcing "Toxic Tourism"
Will Wiles' second book: "Provisionally titled "Toxic Tourism", it will be an unconventional travel guide to three places in the former Soviet Union: the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, the Baikonur Cosmodrome and the Aral Sea"
books  peopleiknow 
june 2011 by warrenellis
Serpentine Gallery: Mark Leckey in discussion with Matt Webb Wednesday 8 June 2011
"Matt Webb will be talking to Mark Leckey about his Serpentine show, the cult status of smart objects and the multiple relationships we form with technology."
peopleIknow  events  culture 
june 2011 by warrenellis
A Prologue to Ellen Rogers' Sepulchral Series in News in Magazine - Lomography
"If you adored our recent feature interview with Ellen Rogers, you will definitely be enamored with her upcoming monthly contribution for the Lomographic community..."
photography  peopleIknow 
april 2011 by warrenellis
The Many Worlds of Molly Crabapple - Comic Book Resources
"Someday I hope to be able to work on "The Puppet Makers" again, but for the next few years DC has the rights the story, and they've given no indication they want to do anything with it. I was really looking forward to working with DC Digital, and I'm sad that they seem not to want to exercise their publishing rights on the story they paid for. But those are the breaks."
comics  peopleIknow 
april 2011 by warrenellis
Filthy Gorgeous Things | Commerce | Introduction/Boston: An excerpt from w4m
"Prostitution is not your wife in her Christmas scarf announcing that she’s going to the bathroom and will you stay behind and keep an eye on things. It is not the food court. It is not your kid’s high school graduation in the same town you grew up in and your son’s new girlfriend just looking at you, waiting. Prostitution is not obligation. It is not being alone. It is the same hotel, over and over. It’s the virtue and luck and money that brings you to its doors, holds you within rooms without end. It is this patch of carpet without any blood on it, where they found her, where I stand."
peopleIknow  writing 
april 2011 by warrenellis
How to Get Downsized - Susannah Breslin - Pink Slipped - Forbes
Susannah now writing regularly for Forbes. This one will resonate for any freelancer.
writing  peopleIknow 
march 2011 by warrenellis
Novels I will not write: Jesus wants his kidney back - Charlie's Diary
"What about the status of donor organs from other beatified/canonized persons? Especially in light of the Catholic Church's recent trend towards creating new saints much faster than the historic norm." Charlie Stross always wins
february 2011 by warrenellis
Matt Webb speaking in February about the future, robots, and artificial intelligence – Blog – BERG
"Ben Hammersley is curating a series of three lectures at the Royal Institute of Great Britain during February. The RI is a 200-year-old research and public lecture organisation for science. Much of Faraday’s work on electricity was done there. One of the lectures is with me!"
february 2011 by warrenellis

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