Media & Arts
it’s hard to say whether Alex Jones’ videos are authentic, especially when his lawyers are saying he’s playing a character while he rants about other “fake news” websites
Shots of Awe looks at the landscape of the world in the internet of everything.
In this timely and timeless book, Atkinson offers a deeply thoughtful narrative of conscious evolution drawn from the continuous wisdom of the world’s religions and spiritual traditions. The Story of Our Time traces love’s unifying power throughout history to its presence in our midst, pointing towards Oneness as our ultimate destination. The author proposes that getting there is dependent upon the stories we live by and the action we take.
It’s great to strive to do your best, but when that feeling becomes a compulsion, when you lose sleep because some project didn’t turn out right, or when nothing you can do feels quite good enough, you have veered into the unhealthy territory of perfectionism.
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How it is possible that the president can bomb a foreign country or threaten a full-scale international war without so much as even mentioning the need for Congress to chime in, let alone actually vote on a declaration of war? The short answer is, disinformation and propaganda, which is the domain of mainstream media. When people are confused, when truth is hidden, when agendas are presented as life or death options, and when the public has no clue about which laws government is bound to, then anything goes.
Jason Silva looks at the way architecture and the things we design shape our spaces and our realities.
Anyone can volunteer to be a fact-checker, says Google, cautioning that “Only publishers that are algorithmically determined to be an authoritative source of information will qualify for inclusion.” Currently, the growing list of 115 organizations includes the likes of CNN, The Washington Post, NBC, CBS, and The New York Times, to name a few. So now, not only will the corporate media be able to deem which content is acceptable and which isn’t, it’ll also be able to guide readers toward their own view on the matter.
“Stink” exposes manufacturers, with the aggressive backing of the chemical industry, who routinely conceal thousands of potentially toxic ingredients in the baby care, household and personal care products you and your family use every day.
Silva relates how we come to understand and model reality based off symbolic language such that everything is a construct of meaning.