Tag Archives: technology

Filter Bubbles

“Filter bubbles” are apparently a thing, and surely something to worry about, according to this site, and others. Strangely, all this concern is from the left, and as usual, it is concern trolling par excellence. To wit, they never cared … Continue reading

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Upgrade or Die

Another day, and another essential upgrade. Essential to what? If I don’t board the tech train to HappyShinyFunNow town, then what? Will my life be over? Stuff your hype. Air is essential. Food is essential. Water is essential. God is … Continue reading

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Elevation of the Idiot

Why has the idiot been elevated as a reputable source in society? Look at the news, for instance. Take a field that you know and examine the reporting on it – it is always horrible, with only occasional flecks of … Continue reading

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Technology is Not Always Progress

While I enjoy the benefits that technology brings to my life (like WordPress), I laugh lowly at the manic energies that consume it, and watch in morbid fascination some of the ideas that spring forth from it. On paper, the … Continue reading

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The Three Types of Technology Articles

In modern man’s view of the world, technology has replaced theology as the queen of the sciences. As technology is the marriage of man’s creativity and hard work, the object of such modern adoration is simply man himself. However, notice … Continue reading

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Is Twitter Entertaining?

James Greiff thinks so. I guess if all you did was keep up with what is happening at Twitter and you really didn’t care much as for what it is, he’d have a point, inasmuch that watching corporate power-plays are … Continue reading

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A Cracked Crystal Ball (the Prediction Failures Chronicles)

There is no industry like the technology industry for peddling ridiculous predictions, aside from climate activism. They make political pontificators and end-times forecasters look sane by comparison. It seems that every other week some tech analyst is prediction yet another … Continue reading

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