Love, Obsession, Life

As I witness many beginnings and many ends, I realize the continuous flow of life and the many loves and obsessions that come along with it. This is an attempt to catalogue the emotions that come with life and it's fleeting nature. To contain all of the many moments in time that continue to create my existence.
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Jathan Sadowski takes on technological optimism and the “Californian Ideology” behind Byron Reese’s new book, Infinite Progress:

Silicon Valley already has a storied tradition of trying to predict the future. Byron Reese, chief innovation officer at the California-based content farm Demand Media, is the latest to hear the digitized hymns of the Internet Gods, and, like a faithful apostle, he leaps at the chance to sing their praises. His breathless, 312-page display of devotion Infinite Progress: How the Internet and Technology Will End Ignorance, Disease, Poverty, Hunger, and War is unabashedly confident that humankind is heading toward a world that will be free of the subtitular scourges.

Read the whole review here.

Whoever made this graphic… do they not realize it could easily be misinterpreted to mean that the internet and technology will end WITH ignorance, disease, poverty, and death? C’mon information designers, don’t you get paid to do this?

lareviewofbooks:

Jathan Sadowski takes on technological optimism and the “Californian Ideology” behind Byron Reese’s new book, Infinite Progress:

Silicon Valley already has a storied tradition of trying to predict the future. Byron Reese, chief innovation officer at the California-based content farm Demand Media, is the latest to hear the digitized hymns of the Internet Gods, and, like a faithful apostle, he leaps at the chance to sing their praises. His breathless, 312-page display of devotion Infinite Progress: How the Internet and Technology Will End Ignorance, Disease, Poverty, Hunger, and War is unabashedly confident that humankind is heading toward a world that will be free of the subtitular scourges.

Read the whole review here.

Whoever made this graphic… do they not realize it could easily be misinterpreted to mean that the internet and technology will end WITH ignorance, disease, poverty, and death? C’mon information designers, don’t you get paid to do this?

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