Media & Arts
Moby explained that he initially recorded the music for himself, but decided the public should benefit from the relaxing tracks, as well. He wrote:“Over the last couple of years I’ve been making really, really, really quiet music to listen to when I do yoga or sleep or meditate or panic. I ended up with four hours of music and have decided to give it away.”
Are you at a loss as to what your own personal creative gift is? This video may help you to turn over the stone that will reveal your hidden treasure! What are you waiting for?
Books have a way of capturing us that movies and documentaries simply cannot compare to. The worst thing you can do is limit yourself to reading only a few books.
Corporate Media fractures information and ideas into soundbites, eroding thereby our ability to comprehend complex ideas and follow patterns of events across time. And without the permanence necessary for accountability, journalism of the electronic age has been lured into delivering story lines more fit for entertaining an “audience” than enhancing public political agency.
The ever-expanding reach of technology means that how we presently communicate and will communicate in the future becomes linked to us visually.
It’s crystal clear now, for all to see, how the mainstream media operates. From the “sources inside” references, which almost always remain unnamed, to the provocative slant it chooses to use when covering any story involving President Donald Trump. While there is certainly no shortage of reasons to disagree with Trump, the mainstream media has flooded the infosphere with so much fake news, that reality and truth are nearly extinct.
With over 7,000 chemicals released every time you light a cigarette, it’s no surprise that smoking is one of the leading causes of preventable death worldwide. But with 1.3 Billion people actively smoking, what actually happens when you stop smoking?
For Polish artist Mariusz Kędzierski, it would have been easy to give up on his dream of being an artist. After all, he was born without hands. But from a young age, he knew that he loved to draw. So, he taught himself how to sketch and never let his disability hold him back.
The human mind can only perceive three dimensions of physical space and then the fourth dimension of time. Jason Silva looks at how out of the many things we perceive, music takes us on a journey that paints on the canvas of time. According to him we are four dimensional engineers looking for the next amazing experience to immerse ourselves in.