Who I’m Looking For

I’m looking for souls at the beginning of their adult journey figuring out how to live in this world people leaving home, spreading wings, and flying people who don’t have other people immediately depending on them people who believe in the power of the internet and mobile devices to positively transform lives people who want to get in the middle of all the change thats happening and do it, be it, influence it, make it happen people willing to take…

New Deal

There’s a bit of talk in the twitter tech elite about the coming unemployment crisis that will be caused by rapid advances in AI and robotics in the near future. There is a dream that the government or god needs to provide a ‘basic income’ to everyone since many will be unable to earn this on their own and at least in theory we don’t have the stomach to let half of humanity go hungry whatever the current reality and…

On the Other Side

an invitation is sent to come spend time in nature and do what nurtures there is a description of culture like fat that comes with excess with not having to work for money for rent for food that culture comes from freedom to ask what is needed personal development art entrepreneurship social service flourish in the crack created in needing and being behind *** there is no ‘other’ at burningman the invitation is to express yourself the city is not…

The Poverty of Colour

by Suchaita Tenneti I lie loosely erect, bend as I ascend and grow thin; Arms spurt at will, speckled with faint dabs of green. Before me, my spiked sister – denser, barer, shapelier – we stare without looking, But my panoptic vision: tunicked cups, Bursts of colour—blue, yellow, red—embrace life in their tender folds. I meditate: gliding my fingers over their layered faces, feel their intricate finery, divinely crafted, An alien rush fills my pores – whiffs – unsubtle, proud,…