10,000 Pages - This Ten Thousand Page Colouring Book is a collection of abstract
line drawings. Each drawing is available for colouring. Click on a drawing to go to the online gallery where higher resolution versions can be downloaded.
Alchemy Web Site and Virtual Library - Over 90 megabytes online of information on alchemy
in all its facets divided into over 1300 sections provide tens of thousands of pages of text, over 2000 images, over 200 complete alchemical texts,
extensive bibliographical material on the printed books and manuscripts, numerous articles, introductory and general reference material on alchemy.
ALT-X Online Network - Brings to web-readers a must-have library of artist ebooks, post-pomo novels,
collections of new media (h)activist writings, and digital picture books.
Alternative Reel - "Quietly redefining the Internet" Conspiracy, Cult Fiction, Cult
Movies, Live Events, Music Videos, Pro Wrestlers, Top Ten, Viral Videos.
American Antigravity - Open source antigravity and field-effect propulsion development
and research news and articles for inventors and scientists.
Anarchy and Explosives and General Mayhem - The term anarchy got bandied
about a lot in the early 80's, perhaps having some amount of political or social meaning attached at the outset, but by the first couple of years,
it simply became a synonym for "blow shit up ". Writers outdid themselves trying to imagine ways to create chaos and panic out of whatever household
items they had available. How much of this destruction actually went on and how much was simply writing out angry missives about destruction, is
anomalies-unlimited - Anomalous, strange, bizarre, weird, thought provoking slices
of life, death, science and people. Chemtrails, Archeology, Death, Science, Alien Writing, Evil Disney, Optical Illusions, and lots of Odd Pics.
Antiquities of the Illuminati - Seeks to tell The Story of the granting of Wisdom to humankind by its Benefactors, and
the survival, in human incarnations, of said Benefactors. This Story includes making sense of the tangled web of sects, creeds,
religious groups, secret societies, mystical associations, and other groups throughout the four thousand year period, beginning roughly 2050 B. C.
E., and continuing beyond our present year, to 2050 C. E. Also see the Grey Lodge Occult Review.
Appendix, The - A quarterly journal of experimental and narrative history; though at times outlandish, everything in its pages is as true as the sources allow. The Appendix solicits articles from historians, writers, and artists committed to good storytelling, with an eye for the strange and a suspicion of both jargon and traditional narratives.
Art Crimes: The Writing on the Wall - Graffiti art and style writing around the world.
The first and largest online aerosol art archive, est. 1994. Links to most of the other sites devoted to modern graffiti.
arthurlloyd.co.uk - Site dedicated to Arthur Lloyd: actor, comedian, singer,
songwriter, and music hall performer, 1839-1904.
Ask Dr. C. - Via NASA, Dr. C. is a computerized scientist designed to answer questions
Atlas Obscura - Your guide to the world's wondrous and curious places. If you're searching for miniature cities, glass flowers, books bound in human skin, gigantic flaming holes in the ground, bone churches, balancing pagodas, or homes built entirely out of paper, the Atlas Obscura is where you'll find them.
August Strindberg & Helium - August Strinberg and Helium in Absinthe
and Women, in The Park, at Home With the Kids, and with Sulphur and Iron.
Azenphony Press - Books by Ken Wachsberger. Subject areas of current and upcoming
books include the First Amendment, the underground press of the Vietnam era, censorship, the Holocaust and Jewish resistance, the I-Search paper (a
first-of-its-kind textbook), writing for self-discovery, and how to keep sane as a support person when your partner has breast cancer.
Baby Names - Baby name data from the Social Security Administration, including popular names by birth year and popularity of baby names.
Bad Astronomy -
Devoted to airing out myths and misconceptions in astronomy and related topics.
Banished - Listing of words that should be banished from the Queen's English for mis-use,
over-use and general uselessness. Lake Superior State University has been compiling the list since 1976, choosing from nominations sent
from around the world.
Blacklisted Journalist - A professional journalist since 1950, Al Aronowitz,
founder, editor and publisher of The Blacklisted Journalist, has met and/or has known; or has had a friendship with and/or has had a close
association with; or has interviewed and/or has written about some of the greatest figures to have ennobled our culture, including Bob Dylan, the
Beatles, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady, Michael McClure, Jerry Garcia, Phil Spector, Janis Joplin,
Bobby Darin, Jane Fonda, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Brigitte Bardot, Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, Barbra Streisand, William Carlos Williams,
William Burroughs, Ernest Hemingway, Ray Charles, Miles Davis, Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Carole King, Gerry
Goffin, David Bowie, Peter Townshend, The Band, Merle Haggard, Charlie Pride, Johnny Cash, Steve Allen and ad infinitum. Many of whom are featured
in articles and stories on this website.
BLTC RESEARCH - Promotes paradise-engineering. Dedicated to abolishing the biological substrates
of suffering - i.e., abolishing "physical" and "mental" pain altogether. See:
Books2Eat: International Edible Book Festival - A yearly event that takes place on April
1 throughout the world. This event unites bibliophiles, book artists and food lovers to celebrate the ingestion of culture and its fulfilling nourishment.
Participants create edible books that are exhibited, documented then consumed.
Bootleg DVD's - Hunting down verbotenDVDs
and videos on the Internet this Village Voice article finds the following:
1-World Festival of Foreign Films - A broad selection of perfectly legal international
cinema is spiced up with rare beauts not apparently available in orthodox editions: Bela Tarr's Almanac of Fall (1984), Seijun Suzuki's The
Story of a Prostitute (1965), Glauber Rocha's "cinema novo" triumph Black God, White Devil (1964), Jan Nemec's Diamonds of
the Night (1964), and Boris Barnet's Okraina (1933).
Pimpadelic Wonderland - This massive and eccentric collection seems inexhaustible.
Just for starters: Andrzej Zulawski's semi-finished The Silver Globe (1978/87), Wojciech Has's 1964 adaptation of Bruno Schulz's The
Hourglass Sanatorium, Louis Malle's Jodorowski-like Black Moon (1975), Robert Frank's long-suppressed Stones doc Cocksucker
Blues (1972), Slovak master Juraj Jakubisko's apocalyptic The Deserter and the Nomads (1968), the revolutionary Argentine polemic The
Hour of the Furnaces (1968), Yoko Ono's p.o.v.-ordeal Rape (1969), and the Yukio Mishima-directed short The Rite of Love and
Trash Place - A budding library, but they've got Walerian Borowczyk's Goto, l'Île
d'Amour (1968), the depraved Greek exploiter Singapore Sling (1990), the Pasolini-De Sica-Bolognini-Visconti-Rossi portmanteau
splurge The Witches (1967), and the rare sci-fi musical Just Imagine (1930).
Boundary Institute - A a nonprofit scientific research organization dedicated
to the study of interactions at the boundary between mind and matter and using experimental methods to study how psi (psychic phenomena)
Brain Pickings - Maria Popova's human-powered discovery engine for interestingness, culling
and curating cross-disciplinary curiosity-quenchers, and separating the signal from the noise to bring you things you didn't know you were interested
in until you are.
Cacaphony Society, The - A
randomly gathered network of individuals united in the pursuit of experiences beyond the pale of mainstream society through subversion, pranks, art,
fringe explorations and meaningless madness.
Cambridge Project for Existential Risk - A multidisciplinary research centre dedicated to the study and mitigation
of risks from developments in biotechnology and artificial life, nanotechnology, possible extreme effects of anthropogenic climate change, and the
like. Also see Resources and Reading page.
Cannabis - Cannabis: the devil's weed or nectar of the gods?
Captain Beefheart Radar Station - Information about recent releases, exhibitions, publications,
articles, radio shows, special events and more relating to Don Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart.
Cargo - A publishing platform aimed at creating accessible tools and a networked context to enhance the exposure of talented individuals on the Internet. See:
Cartome - A companion site to Cryptome and archive of
spatial and geographic documents on privacy, cryptography, dual-use technologies, national security and intelligence communicated by imagery systems. Cartography,
photography, photogrammetry, steganography, climatography, seismography, geography, camouflage, maps, images, drawings, charts, diagrams, imagery
intelligence (IMINT) and their reverse-panopticon and counter-deception potential.
Centre for Metahuman Exploration - A collective of artists and technologists who work together
to create new technology concepts/ technologies for the purposes of artistic expression and exploration.
Church of Stop Shopping, The - Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Gospel Choir believe
that Consumerism is overwhelming our lives. "The corporations want us to have experiences only through their products. But if we 'back away from
the product' - even a little bit, well then we Put The Odd Back In God! The supermodels fly away and we're left with our original sensuality. So
we are singing and preaching for local economies and real - not mediated through products -- experience. We like independent shops where you know
the person behind the counter or at least - you like them enough to share a story.We ask that local activists who are defending themselves against
supermalls, nuke plants, gentrification -- call us and we'll come and put on our 'Fabulous Worship!' Remember children. Love is a Gift Economy!" - The
Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - The deity of the parody religion the Church of
the Flying Spaghetti Monster or Pastafarianism. Created in 2005 by Oregon State physics graduate Bobby Henderson, it was originally
intended as a satirical protest against the decision by the Kansas State Board of Education to require the teaching of intelligent design as an
alternative to evolution in public schools. In an open letter sent to the Kansas State Board of Education, Henderson parodied the concept of intelligent
design by professing belief in a supernatural creator which closely resembles spaghetti and meatballs. Henderson further called for his Pastafarian theory
of creation to be allotted equal time in science classrooms alongside intelligent design and evolution. He explained that since the intelligent
design movement uses ambiguous references to an unspecified "Intelligent Designer", any conceivable entity may fulfill that role, even a Flying
Spaghetti Monster. Henderson proposed many Pastafarian tenets in reaction to common arguments by proponents of intelligent design. These "canonical
beliefs" are presented by Henderson in his letter to the Kansas State Board of Education, the Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster,
and on Henderson's web site, where he is described as a prophet. They tend to satirize creationism. The central belief is that an invisible and
undetectable Flying Spaghetti Monster created the universe "after drinking heavily". According to these beliefs, the Monster's intoxication
was the cause for a flawed Earth. Furthermore, according to Pastafarianism, all "evidence" for evolution was planted by the Flying
Spaghetti Monster in an effort to test Pastafarians' faith-parodying certain biblical literalists. When scientific measurements such as radiocarbon
dating are taken, the Flying Spaghetti Monsteris there changing the results with His Noodly Appendage. The Pastafarian belief
of Heaven contains a beer volcano and a stripper factory. The Pastafarian Hell is similar, except that the beer is stale and the strippers
have sexually transmitted diseases. Pastafarians' beliefs extend into religious ceremony. Pastafarians celebrate every Friday
as a holy day. Prayers are concluded with a final declaration of affirmation, R'amen; the term is a parodic portmanteau of the Semitic
term Amen and the Japanese noodle dish, ramen. After Henderson published the letter on his website, it rapidly became an internet
phenomenon and a symbol for the case against intelligent design in public schools. Also see Wikipedia
Church of the SubGenius - Pity the poor human Earth Pink who comes looking for a SIMPLE, SHORT
EXPLANATION of The Church of the SubGenius, one that he or she can UNDERSTAND QUICKLY. If the Church could provide THAT, it would
be bigger than Islam or Christianity by now -- and probably much, much worse. A True SubGenius, however, understands EVERYTHING, INSTANTLY upon exposure
to the Word or even just the Face of Dobbs.
Cinemorgue - Click on an actress' name to see a list of movies in which she died, with a
brief description of the death scene.
Clonaid - Human cloning company. Founded by Raël, the leader of the Raelian Movement, an international religious organization, which claims that a human extraterrestrial
race, called the Elohim, used DNA and genetic engineering, to scientifically create all life on Earth.
Conflux - The annual NYC festival for contemporary psychogeography where international artists,
technologists, urban adventurers and the public put investigations of everyday city life into practice on the streets.
Conspiratorial History - "Conspiratorial history studies that part of history that is a
product of man's planning. In conspiratorial history we are led to believe that events, such as wars and revolutions, are the result of planned events.
While the conspiratorial view is not accurate for weather, volcanoes and earthquakes, it is a realistic and accurate view of the interrelationship
of man and nations. Since the planning for most of these events was done in secret, we use the term conspiratorial history. That is;
this history is the result of plans constructed in secret, which by definition is a conspiracy."
Cool Tools - Kevin Kelly's recommendations for cool tools, including books, gadgets,
software, videos, maps, hardware, materials, websites or gear that are extraordinary, little-known, or reliably handy for an individual or small
Council on Spiritual Practices - A collaboration among spiritual guides, experts in the behavioral and
biomedical sciences, and scholars of religion, dedicated to making direct experience of the sacred more available to more people. There is evidence
that such encounters can have profound benefits for those who experience them, for their neighbors, and for the world.
Cover-up - Summaries on cover-ups including 9-11, mass media, mind control, and more.
Crazyfads - List the craziest fads that have come and gone from the 1920's thru the 1990's.
Critical Art Ensemble - A collective of five artists of various specializations dedicated
to exploring the intersections between art, technology, radical politics, and critical theory.
Cryptome - Secret, prohibited, leaked, classified, and public documents from the realms of national
security, intelligence gathering, cryptology, and technology.
Crystalinks Metaphysical and Science Page - Ancient and Lost Civilizations,
Celestial Bodies and Entities, Conspiracies, Mystery Schools, Creation, Crystals, Healing, Messages from Other Realms,Multimedia, Other Side, Physical,Social
Sciences, Prophecy, Sacred Places, Psychic Development resources and links.
Daily Squid - News headlines and information on a variety of provocative
topics: misinformation, weird news, odd news, unusual news, peculiar news, provocative news, kooky news, beyond the strange.
Dangerous Minds - A compendium of the new and strange-new ideas, new art forms, new approaches to social
issues and new finds from the outer reaches of pop culture.
Darwin Awards - Honor those who improve our gene pool by removing themselves from it. Of
necessity, the honor is usually bestowed posthumously.
Death: The Last Taboo - Throughout the world, death and the
rituals that surround it are steeped in taboos. Death is celebrated, embraced and feared. Around death and the dead, cultures put in place diverse
restrictions and practices associated with clothing, food and ritual. This website explores what happens to us when we die and the different ways
we deal with death.
Defamer - Los Angeles is the world's cultural capital. Defamer is the gossip rag
Degree of Confluence Project - This non-profit international research project is designed
to record a sampling of the earth's geography by visiting every point on land where a degree of latitude crosses a degree of longitude. Participants
in this project attempt to photograph the view from each of these locations and then post the images on the Internet so that anyone interested in
the project may view them.
Die Off - Petroleum geologists have known for 50 years that global oil production would "peak"
and begin its inevitable decline within a decade of the year 2000. Moreover, no renewable energy systems have the potential to generate more than
a tiny fraction of the power now being generated by fossil fuels. In short, the end of oil signals the end of civilization, as we know it.
Disclose.tv - Multimedia and news hub dedicated to unusual and unexplained phenomena as well as alternative
topics that may be ignored, denied or inandequatly covered within the mainstream media. Hidden truth revealed - secrets declassified - mysteries
Dr. Macro's High Quality Movie Scans - High quality images of famous screen stars, mostly
from the 1940's and earlier: 8 x 10 glossy movie stills and publicity photos presented for your viewing and downloading pleasure - all free.
Drawger - Illustrator blogs for and by illustrators. Sites available by invitation only.
DIY Ethic - DIY stands for "do it yourself", as opposed to paying
a professional to do it for you. DIY once just referred to hardware stores in Britain that supplied amateur repair people with tools. Today
the term can indicate "doing" anything from healthcare to interior design, from publication to electronics. The DIY ethic is loosely tied
to Punk ideology and various anticonsumerist movements, in as much as it amounts to a rejection of the idea that one must always purchase
the things that one wants or needs from others. DIY questions the uniqueness of the expert's expertise, and promotes the ability of the
ordinary person to learn to do more than he or she thought was possible.
Earth Mysteries -
Introduction to the study of ancient sites and landscapes.
Educate-Yourself - Dedicated to the dissemination of information in the use of natural,
non-pharmaceutical medicines and alternative healing therapies in the treatment of disease conditions. Also: Free Energy, Earth Changes, Big Brother,
Colloidal Silver, Chemtrails, Emerging Diseases, Forbidden Cures, Immunity Boosting, Nutrition, Mind-Body Connection, Ozone, Bioelectrification,
Story on Drugs, Vaccine Dangers, Cancer, Newsletter, New World Order, NWO News, Pam Schuffert, Reports From Peru, Phil Schneider, Al Bielek, Trevor
James Constable, Mind Control, Brice Taylor, Ted Gunderson, Free Energy, Matthew Ward, Kanya Vashon McGhee, Montalk, Cell Phone Towers, Ruth Drown,
ZS Livingstone, Red Elk, Dowsing, Don & Carol Croft, Anna Hayes, Gary Wade, Tone Generator.
EMF Safety Superstore - The ultimate source for electromagnetic pollution detectors, shielding
devices and protection information. Begun in early 1996 out of personal interest and concern for the possible dangers associated with overhead power
lines, cellular phones, microwave ovens, police radar and all the electronic radiation which increasingly pollutes our modern environment, it has
grown to include more than 300 products from manufacturers all over the world.
Engadget - Digital cameras, cellphones, HDTV, media PCs, wireless.
Entheology - Amassing a carefully-selected database of articles specifically related to entheogens, religion,
ethnobotanicals, shamanic cultures and the politics that go with it.
Excursions - An on-line peer-reviewed journal, Excursions is designed to showcase high-quality, innovative and inventive postgraduate research. Cultural, political, artistic and scientific discourses. Run by postgraduates at the University of Sussex.
Exile, The - A Moscow, Russia-based English-language bi-weekly newspaper that was launched in 1997 by American
journalist Mark Ames. An alternative magazine about the seedy and dangerous side of Moscow.
Experimental Interaction Unit (EIU) - The Experimental Interaction Unit (EIU) is actively
engaged in ongoing research into the physical, aural, visual, and gestural interactions between humans and machines and the various permutations
of those interactions. EIU has conducted investigations into distribution systems for lethal biological pathogens, technology disruption
instruments, Weapons of Mass Disorientation (WMD), and various personal tele-activity enabling devices that facilitate tele-embodiment,
tele-crime, and tele-obliteration.
Explore - A discovery engine for meaningful knowledge, fueled by cross-disciplinary curiosity.
Edited by Maria Popova.
Freemasonry (Wikipedia entry) - A worldwide fraternal organization, often calls
"a peculiar system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols." Its members are joined together by high ideals, of both a moral and
metaphysical nature (and, in the majority of branches, by a common belief in a Supreme Being). Also see Internet Sacred Text Archive for core texts on
Freemasonry in the public domain.
Genesis of Eden -
A cross-cultural synthesis of scientific innovation with spiritual tradition in its deeper cultural origins in the stream of consciousness, an essential
step in placing spirituality within the context of the fertility from which the paradise of Eden originated, and in healing humanity in the natural
restoration of planet Earth.
Get Underground - A sub-mainstream arts and culture community dedicated to the free expression
of the creative global underground. Creative resistance designed for the emancipation of the human spirit.
Google Doodles - Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made
to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous
artists, pioneers, and scientists. Also see @GoogleDoodles and Wikipedia.
Graffiti - Graffiti art and style writing around the world. The first and largest online
aerosol art archive. Links to most of the other sites devoted to modern graffiti.
Grrl - Total enthusiasm for things female. Bonnie Burton's blog.
Guerilla Girls - Your culutural conscience, fighting discrimination with facts, humor
and fake fur since 1985.
Guide to Lock Picking - The theory of lock picking is the theory of exploiting
mechanical defects. There are a few basic concepts and definitions but the bulk of the material consists of tricks for opening locks with particular
defects or characteristics. The organization of this manual reflects this structure. The first few chapters presents the vocabulary and basic information
about locks and lock picking. There is no way to learn lock picking without practicing, so one chapter presents a set of carefully chosen exercises
that will help you learn the skills of lock picking. The document ends with a catalog of the mechanical traits and defects found in locks and the
techniques used to recognize and exploit them. The first appendix describes how to make lock picking tools. The other appendix presents some of the
legal issues of lock picking. Also see:
History is a Weapon - "History isn't what happened, but a story of what happened. And there are
always different versions, different stories, about the same events. One version might revolve mainly around a specific set of facts while another
version might minimize them or not include them at all. History isn't what happened, but the stories of what happened and the lessons these stories
include. The very selection of which histories to teach in a society shapes our view of how what is came to be and, in turn, what we understand as
Hollywood Forever Cemetary - cemetery unlike any other in the world. One of the world's most fascinating
landmarks, Hollywood Forever Cemetery is the final resting place to more of Hollywood's founders and stars than anywhere else on earth.
Founded in 1899, the cemetery was an integral part of the growth of early Hollywood. Paramount Studios was built on the back half of the
original Hollywood Cemetery, where the studio is still in operation today. The cemetery of choice for most of the founders of Hollywood's great studios,
as well as writers, directors, and, performers, Hollywood Forever Cemetery is now listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
Homœopathic Proving of LSD-25, The - LSD 25 is the most potent psychotropic
substance known to us, a mere sixth of a milligram being sufficient to induce and maintain an altered state for up to six hours. Furthermore, this
initial experience may produce flashback experiences for years to come. It was the main drug informing the youth culture of Western countries in
the sixties and seventies. This is well documented in literature, painting and music. The vernacular language of the sixties serves as an example
of the infiltration: the trip, a word coined for the LSD experience may be so far out, it is outa sight. During the homœopathic proving
many spoke of the experience as a journey, a trip." - By Misha Norland, School of Homœopathy, February 1999.
Howard Besser's T-shirts Database - Constructed by Howard Besser's library
school students using cataloging instructions, with technical assistance from the Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE and design assistance
from Masako Sho. There are 533 t-shirts in the database.
Humanity+ - Promotes discussion of the possibilities for radical improvement of human capacities using
genetic, cybernetic and nano technologies.
Idiosyntactix Culture Jammers' Encyclopedia - A
study in connections between religion and anarchism, cryptozoology and the Barbie Liberation Organization, P.T. Barnum and the Protocols of the Learned
Elders of Zion, the Pieman and O.J. Simpson, laundry balls and Monica Lewinsky and the like.
Idler, The - A literary and philosophical magazine edited by Tom Hodgkinson.
Ig Nobel Prize, The - The Ig Nobel Prizes honor people whose achievements "cannot
or should not be reproduced." Ten prizes are given to people who have done remarkably goofy things - some of them admirable, some perhaps otherwise.
Here is a list of all the past winners.
Illuminati News - The Illuminati and the Black Nobility, Secret Societies, The Bavarian
Illuminati, The Black Magicians, The Anti-Christ, The Bilderbergers, The Trilateral Commission, The Council on Foreign Relations, The Committee
Infiltration - Offers a mix of the practice and theory of urban exploration in areas not
designed for public usage: Abandoned Sites, Boats, Churches, Drains/Catacombs, Hotels/Hospitals, Transit Tunnels, Utility Tunnels.
Institute of Official Cheer - Where old pop culture is subjected to our patented Re-Ironization
Process, and converted into chipper, spiffy, feather-light postmodern commentary on commercial culture.
Internet Oracle - A collective effort at humor by the denizens of the
internet. Questions mailed to the Oracle are forwarded to other Oracle users, who serve as an "incarnation" of the Oracle by
providing a witty answer to the question. The funniest and cleverest answers are selected by the Oracular Priesthood for inclusion in the
famous Oracularities, which are posted periodically to the newsgroup rec.humor.oracle.
Intrade - A prediction market. What is a prediction market? Prediction markets find the probability of something
happening - a predefined, uncertain future event. Intrade is a platform where you make predictions by buying and selling shares on the outcome
of real-world events.
Institute for Noetic Sciences - Supports scholarly research on consciousness, including perceptions,
beliefs, attention, intention, and intuition. The Institute explores phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models, while
maintaining a commitment to scientific rigor.
Introduction to Calendars -
There are six principal calendars in current use. These are the Gregorian, Hebrew,
Islamic, Indian, Chinese, and Julian Calendars. These calendars replicate astronomical cycles according to fixed rules. The data and information
on our web site are limited to the astronomical issues for these calendars.
io9 - We come from the future: science fiction, scifi, science, design, art, futurism, future, space,
rockets, mutants, aliens, superheroes, comic books, books, movies, television, architecture, biotech, nanotech, cybersex, robots, retro future, B
movies, cult movies, horror, time travel, comics, space travel, astronauts, cosmonauts, neuroscience, climate change, environment, green, ecology,
hacking, innovation, invention, mad science, entertainment, astronomy, video games, space opera, space station, starship, biology, xenobiology, exobiology,
future sex, genomics, genetics, genetic engineering, social engineering, dystopia, utopia, post-apocalypse, apocalypse, MMO, MMORG,
neural implant, Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who, cyberpunk, faster than light, bots, nanobots, computers, technology,
futuristic, multiverse, interdimensional, tissue engineering, artificial organs, cyborg, android, transhuman, singularity, posthuman.
irational - An an international system for deploying irational information, services
and products for the displaced and roaming.
It's All Under the Hat - A virtual portfolio of photography and graphic design by Amsterdam
based M.C. Buschman. The site also contains a (vintage) record cover archive, an Experimental Lab, great links, and more.
Joe Frank - American radio icon, known best for his engaging, often philosophical, monologues and radio
dramas. Joe's radio programs are at times dark and frequently funny. Adding to the absurd atmosphere of his monologues and dramas are loops of percussive
music over drones. Joe Frank programming currently on the air. Joe
Frank travels in the emotional landscape of Bergman and Fellini; there's a tension and sense of mystery halfway between Kafka and Chandler,
plot twists worthy of Rod Serling, and a satiric edge worthy of Firesign Theatre and Woody Allen." - Washington Post
Joey Skaggs - Nortorius socio-political satirist, media activist, culture jammer, hoaxer,
and dedicated proponent of independent thinking and media literacy.
John Lennon: FBI Files - A source of information about John Lennon, the FBI
files, the Lionsgate documentary "The U.S. vs. John Lennon" by David Leaf and John Scheinfeld, and the book Gimme
Some Truth: The John Lennon FBI Files by Jon Wiener.
Kheper - Presenting an integral, gnostic, and empathic paradigm of transformation of the Earth from duality
Knights Templars - The Knights Templars were the earliest founders
of the military orders, and are the type on which the others are modelled. They are marked in history (1) by their humble beginning, (2) by their
marvellous growth, and (3) by their tragic end. Catholic Encyclopedia entry and information.
Know Your Meme - Dedicated to documenting Internet phenomena: viral videos, image macros, catchphrases, web celebs and more.
Kobayashi Maru - A test in the fictional Star Trek universe. It is a Starfleet
training exercise designed to test the character of cadets in the command track at Starfleet Academy. The Kobayashi Maru test was first depicted
in the opening scene of the film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and also appears in the 2009 film Star Trek. In Star Trek
VI: The Undiscovered Country, Dr. McCoy referenced the test as an example of the no-win scenario that he and Captain Kirk were facing. The test's
name is occasionally used among Star Trek fans or those familiar with the series to describe a no-win scenario, or a solution that involves
redefining the problem. -Wikipedia
La Pocha Nostra - Performance artist
and radical linguist, "conceptual coyoteGuillermo Gómez-Peña and his organization La Pocha Nostra: books, video, audio, and in-person
installations; poetry and journalistic projects; border culture phenomena.
Lannan Foundation - The foundation supports this mission with long-term special projects requiring
multi-year commitments of funding and technical assistance in the areas of contemporary visual art, literature, indigenous communities, and issues
of cultural freedom. Broadcasts of all Readings and Conversations programs can be heard on KUNM 89.9FM at 6:00 pm on the Saturday immediately after each event and also on KSFR 90.7FM at 2:00 pm on the Sunday immediately after each event. The audio archive section of the Lannan website will have a permanent
streaming audio file posted within a week of every event.
Listverse - Focused on lists that intrigue and educate, specializing in the bizarre or lesser- known trivia.
Every day Listverse presents a new list in any one of fifteen categories, from art & literature to science and
LiveLeak - A video sharing website that lets users post and share videos. Liveleak places emphasis on current events, politics and reality-based footage such as war scenes from various parts of the world. Founded by the team responsible for the Ogrish.com shock site, it aims to take reality footage, politics, and world events and combine them with the power of citizen journalism
Loompanics - No more secrets, no more excuses, no more limits.
Long Bets Foundation - The purpose of the Long Bets Foundation is to improve long-term
thinking. Long Bets is a public arena for enjoyably competitive predictions, of interest to society, with philanthropic money at stake.
The foundation furnishes the continuity to see even the longest bets through to public resolution. This website provides a forum for discussion about
what may be learned from the bets and their eventual outcomes.
Long Now Foundation, The - The Long Now Foundation was established in 01996* to develop
the Clock and Library projects as well as to become the seed of a very long term cultural institution.
It has been nearly 10,000 years since the end of the last ice age and the beginnings of civilization. Progress lately is often measured on a "faster/cheaper" scale. The
Long Now Foundation seeks to promote "slower/better" thinking and to foster creativity in the framework of the next 10,000 years.
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