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Here’s What the Internet of the Future Will Look Like (Amazing New Research)

Posted by on February 5, 2016 in Internet, Media & Arts with 5 Comments
Here’s What the Internet of the Future Will Look Like (Amazing New Research)

New research has found, for the first time, a scientific solution that enables future internet infrastructure to become completely open and programmable while carrying internet traffic at the speed of light.

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Bored Teen Plays Mall Piano – What a Bystander Filmed Could Change His Life

Posted by on January 27, 2016 in Conscious Art and Music, Internet, Media & Arts with 4 Comments
Bored Teen Plays Mall Piano – What a Bystander Filmed Could Change His Life

18-year-old Monntel West’s life might very well be changed now that a video of West playing the piano has gone viral. Playing at a piano in a mall in Lansing Michigan, West didn’t realize he was being videotaped.

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Must See Fun & Informative Video About Your Internet and Privacy Rights

Posted by on December 29, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts with 2 Comments
Must See Fun & Informative Video About Your Internet and Privacy Rights

Orwell also mentions an App that you install on your phone that encrypts all of your calls and text.

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5 Steps to Ending Your Smartphone Addiction

Posted by on November 24, 2015 in Alternative Media, Internet, Media & Arts, Social Media with 2 Comments
5 Steps to Ending Your Smartphone Addiction

Are you nomophobic? Afraid of being without your smartphone? Here a handful of ways to overcome your smartphone addiction.

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One In Five Kids Who Grew Up With The Internet Believe All Of It Is True

Posted by on November 23, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts with 11 Comments
One In Five Kids Who Grew Up With The Internet Believe All Of It Is True

Do you know how to decipher truthfulness of information you find online? The blogger says the millennial generation struggle to do so.

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3 Ways You Can Celebrate Global Oneness Day (Saturday, October 24)

Posted by on October 23, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts with 13 Comments
3 Ways You Can Celebrate Global Oneness Day (Saturday, October 24)

If you feel more like a citizen of the planet, than of a particular nation or creed, this day is for you!

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Digital Rights Groups Warn Pro-Corporate TPP Could Kill the Internet

Posted by on October 7, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts with 22 Comments
Digital Rights Groups Warn Pro-Corporate TPP Could Kill the Internet

TPP opponents have claimed that under the agreement, “Internet Service Providers could be required to ‘police’ user activity (i.e. police YOU), take down Internet content, and cut people off from Internet access for common user-generated content.”

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The Internet of the Future (What It Will Become) – Rap News

Posted by on September 28, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts with 3 Comments
The Internet of the Future (What It Will Become) – Rap News

Log in with Robert Foster as he poses these very questions to some of the most influential and powerful figures who are today shaping the Internet’s future.

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Michael Stipe Lashes Out at Candidates for Using R.E.M. Tune

Michael Stipe Lashes Out at Candidates for Using R.E.M. Tune

R.E.M. has a major beef with two outspoken GOP politicians using their music— namely Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. And the iconic band isn’t pulling any punches.

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Parents Beware: 6 Ways Screentime is Making Kids Moody, Crazy & Lazy

Parents Beware: 6 Ways Screentime is Making Kids Moody, Crazy & Lazy

If this is happening to OUR kids, just imagine the effects screentime has on us ADULTS…

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‘The Dream of Internet Freedom is Dying,’ Warns Top Civil Liberties Attorney

Posted by on August 7, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts with 4 Comments
‘The Dream of Internet Freedom is Dying,’ Warns Top Civil Liberties Attorney

The dream is dying, she said, because “we’ve prioritized things like security, online civility, user interface, and intellectual property interests above freedom and openness.” And governments, for their part, have capitalized on the fear of “the Four Horsemen of the Infocalypse: terrorists, pedophiles, drug dealers, and money launderers” to push for even more regulation and control, she added.

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Time Is Art: New Documentary on Synchronicity & the Collective Dream

Time Is Art: New Documentary on Synchronicity & the Collective Dream

Compelling conversations with fellow seekers and mystics like Alex & Allyson Grey, Toko-Pa Turner, Richard Tarnas, Graham Hancock, Daniel Pinchbeck and biologist, Rupert Sheldrake, guide us through the underlying premise of the film: perhaps we can tap into a way of being that is not ruled by a finite sense of time, but rather by the ability to live in harmony with the true creative nature of our existence.

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AT&T Hit with $100mn Fine After Slowing Down ‘Unlimited’ Data

AT&T Hit with $100mn Fine After Slowing Down ‘Unlimited’ Data

AT&T hit with $100mn fine after slowing down ‘unlimited’ data The Federal Communications Commission hit telecommunications giant AT&T with a $100 million fine, the largest it has ever levied, for slowing down the internet speeds of customers with “unlimited” data plans. The company said it will fight the fine. Thousands of AT&T customers complained to the FCC about the issue, saying they noticed that when they had used up a certain amount of data watching movies or browsing the web, AT&T “throttled” their internet speeds so that they were much slower than normal. Millions of AT&T customers were affected by the practice. In a press release announcing the fine, the FCC said the company “severely slowed down the data speeds for customers with unlimited data plans” and “failed to adequately notify its customers that they could receive speeds slower than the normal network speeds AT&T advertised.”

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New Media Deal May Bring More Propaganda to Facebook

Posted by on June 11, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts, Social Media with 0 Comments
New Media Deal May Bring More Propaganda to Facebook

What happens when Facebook begins deciding what news stories we get to see? Once the algorithms Facebook uses to create targeted ads are applied to the stories it feeds us, how will that affect our perceptions? Do we really want Facebook spoon-feeding us the news it sees “fit to print”?

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How To Spot Disinfo – James Corbett

Posted by on June 6, 2015 in Internet, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
How To Spot Disinfo – James Corbett

As a decade-old easily-debunked fake video of a missile hitting the Pentagon goes for another spin through the alt media, James Corbett takes a look at how to spot ridiculous disinfo before you make the mistake of passing it on to others.

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