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October 23, 2012

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The Book of Annoyance: Entry Seven – Social Media

Our old friend social media. Where would our lives be without thee? Remember the days when we had attention spans? Or how about when we could read something longer than 140 characters?

Commentary, Culture
OCCUPY ART

Poster Artist Relates OCCUPY Movement to Tiananmen Square

Renowned rock poster artist R.Black has created two new works of controversial artwork in support of OWS. His appropriation of the 'Tank-Man' image from Tiananmen Square...

Art, Art News
The Uninspired Write Isn't Worth Reading

The Uninspired Write isn’t Worth Reading

Some days you just wake up and conversations float around in the air, assaulting your ears in varying degrees of logic and pressure.

Commentary, Culture, Literature
Protesters in Tahrir Square

The Eighteen Day Revolution

A discussion of the exhilaration and ecstasy of the Egyptian people as they overthrow a decades-long autocratic regime.

Commentary, Essays, Nostalgia
Cynical Guerrilla: The Rise of Anonymous

Cynical Guerrilla: The Rise of Anonymous

"They wore all black, and had Guy Fawkes masks on their faces. They were orderly, quiet, contained. I've seen my share of protests, and this one was different."

Commentary, Culture, Digital
ImageGen.ashx

The Book of Annoyance: Entry Seven – Social Media

Our old friend social media. Where would our lives be without thee? Remember the days when we had attention spans? Or how about when we could read something longer than 140 characters?

Commentary, Culture
OCCUPY ART

Poster Artist Relates OCCUPY Movement to Tiananmen Square

Renowned rock poster artist R.Black has created two new works of controversial artwork in support of OWS. His appropriation of the 'Tank-Man' image from Tiananmen Square...

Art, Art News
The Uninspired Write Isn't Worth Reading

The Uninspired Write isn’t Worth Reading

Some days you just wake up and conversations float around in the air, assaulting your ears in varying degrees of logic and pressure.

Commentary, Culture, Literature
Protesters in Tahrir Square

The Eighteen Day Revolution

A discussion of the exhilaration and ecstasy of the Egyptian people as they overthrow a decades-long autocratic regime.

Commentary, Essays, Nostalgia
Cynical Guerrilla: The Rise of Anonymous

Cynical Guerrilla: The Rise of Anonymous

"They wore all black, and had Guy Fawkes masks on their faces. They were orderly, quiet, contained. I've seen my share of protests, and this one was different."

Commentary, Culture, Digital

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