…of proving the real by the imaginary, proving truth by scandal, proving law by transgression, proving work by the strike, proving the system by crisis and capital by revolution…
the “war on terror” cannot and will not end on its own for two reasons: (1) it is designed by its very terms to be permanent, incapable of ending, since the war itself ironically ensures that there will never come a time when people stop wanting to bring violence back to the US (the operational definition of “terrorism”), and (2) the nation’s most powerful political and economic factions reap a bonanza of benefits from its continuation.
This is amazing JS work.
See it in action here: http://suprb.com/apps/windom/
In the enterprise, the best sales and marketing wins, not the best product,
And that is painfully depressing. Welcome to the new enterprise consumer world, just like the old individual consumer world.”
So, there’s been a reference to each Doctor’s era in chronological order since The Rings of Akhaten. If this holds true, there should be a mention of Six’s in Nightmare in Silver, and Seven’s in the finale…
Okay, props for that.
I like Wil Wheaton. I think he’s a Good Guy!
Fuck yeah Wil Wheaton…
The Great Gatsby is a critique of the American dream. It peels back a gilded veneer of success to reveal the hollow, rotting underbelly of class and capital in the early 1920s.
Love seeing the collision of hardware and software in tools for digital makers.