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Money Matters: Wikileaks Forced To Cease and Desist

Posted: October 25th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Julian Assange, Revolute, WikiLeaks | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Money Matters: Wikileaks Forced To Cease and Desist

Julian AssangeWikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has announced the whistleblowing website is suspending publication of classified documents due to a funding crisis. Assange fronted the media at London’s Frontline media club to announce that the website would be forced to fold after Christmas unless it raised about $3.3 million in funds.

“An arbitrary and unlawful financial blockade has been imposed by Bank of America, Visa, MasterCard, PayPal and Western Union” said Assange “The attack has destroyed 95 per cent of our revenue”

Assange warned that WikiLeaks would take legal action against companies blocking funding in Australia, the US, Britain and several European countries.

“We are throwing all our own resources into this stand against the blockade because it will mean the elimination of WikiLeaks and potentially the elimination of any other group that gets on the wrong side of these unaccountable US finance companies,” he said. “If we do not get the funds flowing again that is the end of WikiLeaks – that is the end” :: Read the full article »»»»


Naked Therapy: Sarah White

Posted: September 18th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., Love and Other Drugs, Naked and Nude, Not Porn, NSFW!, That Human Condition | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Naked Therapy: Sarah White

UPDATED: Just like a the plot of a soft porn flick, she plays up to overtly specific fantasies, soft soft spoken words of assurance and a sigh that subtly follows heart felt words. You might think this is pure fiction. In this Internet sourced world of nothing being real this one is so so real.

As The Naked Therapist – now known as Sarah White Therapy – Sarah  White offers one on one therapy sessions while she slowly strips till she’s in the buff :: Read the full article »»»»


Dr Julia Heiman and The Kinsey Institute: Psychophysiology of Sexuality, A Long-term View

Posted: July 20th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Bipolar Blond Momentum, M.Aaron.Silverman, Socially Engineered | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on Dr Julia Heiman and The Kinsey Institute: Psychophysiology of Sexuality, A Long-term View

We’ve all had odd relationships  – haven’t WE – my oddest lover was a saccharine sweet devil woman. She’d either be groping inappropriately or cueing up ways for my downfall. The clincher – that moment i knew we were doomed – was the day I discovered she’d Insured me.  Now, in retrospect she may simply have been overly cautious, at the time it didn’t seem like a worthy risk.

The point is, there wasn’t ever any steadiness to tenderness, it was like living in a  discothèque, strobes and flashes of intimacy, but nothing tangeble. Lots  of words – but I wuv you –  but not a lot of substance, like she knew all the right things to say in a scripted pickup line kind of way, knew when a cuddle was apropriate!? It turns out that may be just what it was . . .

“Maybe it’s about durability. A major factor is how long you’ve been together. What you value as important may mean a lot more after the near-term” Dr Julia Heiman

Socially it’s always been a given that tactile affection has always been a girls domain, anecdotally women Need to be touched? It Turns out cuddling and caressing are more important to men than women in a long-term relationship, according to a new international study. Researchers studied responses from adults in the United States, Brazil, Germany, Japan and Spain, and discovered that men were more likely to be happy in their relationship and that frequent kissing or cuddling was an accurate predictor of happiness for men :: Read the full article »»»»


Favorite New Thought: How to be a Retronaut

Posted: July 12th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., Love and Other Drugs, M.Aaron.Silverman | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Favorite New Thought: How to be a Retronaut

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RETRONAUT, wtf is that? I hear you ask. Retronaut is a must see website. Created by Chris Wild – he’s the archiving fetishist aka Retronaut. Wild created Retronaut earlier this year. So what is Retronaut, I hear you nag. A Time Capsule, and it’s so so brilliant! Don’t take my word for it, the feedback is pouring in, for example “A new favourite site… A treasure trove… A website of goodies… A website that, for me, is essential reading… About the best thing ever…Absolutely glorious… Amazing… Always brilliant… All the cool kids are talking about it… Amazingly awesome… An incredible site… Awesome… Beautiful…Brain shiftingly brilliant ” Checkout Retronaut at: http://www.howtobearetronaut.com/


MoCA: Art in the Streets 2011

Posted: June 4th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Art in the Streets, Blip, M.Aaron.Silverman | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on MoCA: Art in the Streets 2011

Moca Streets 2011

For the millions of us who won’t make it to Las Angeles  for the historic Art In The Streets exhibition at MoCA, C. R. Stecyk III and crew have put together Street 2011, a short film documenting the amazing space and installations created by artists including Todd James, Barry McGee and Alexis Ross.

Art in the Streets is the first major U.S. museum survey of graffiti and street art. The exhibition opened with a skate ramp designed by pro-skater Lance Mountain and artist Geoff McFetridge and banged out by skaters  Nike SB who will be onsite for the duration of the exhibition. Art in the Streets is curated by MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch and Associate Curators Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose, the exhibition will trace the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating on key cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, and Sao Paulo, where a unique visual language or attitude has evolved. The exhibition will feature paintings, mixed media sculptures, and interactive installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists and will emphasize Los Angeles’s role in the evolution of graffiti and street art, with special sections dedicated to seminal local movements such as cholo graffiti and Dogtown skateboard culture. A comprehensive timeline illustrated with artwork, photos, video, and ephemera will provide a historical context for the work. While there’s been much coverage of the historic Art in the Streets exhibition at LA’s MoCA, there has been nothing to date that really gives people who haven’t been able to make it to the show a good idea of the install of the space.

Art in the Streets will showcase installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists from the graffiti and street art community, including Fab 5 Freddy, Lee Quiñones, Futura, Margaret Kilgallen, Swoon, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, and JR. MOCA’s exhibition will emphasize Los Angeles’s role in the evolution of graffiti and street art, with special sections dedicated to cholo graffiti and Dogtown skateboard culture. The exhibition will feature projects by influential local artists such as Craig R. Stecyk III, Chaz Bojórquez, Mister Cartoon, RETNA, SABER, REVOK, and RISK.

Included are photographers and filmmakers who live off the fumes of canned paint to document the artform and culture including Martha Cooper, Henry Chalfant, James Prigoff, Steve Grody, Gusmano Cesaretti, Estevan Oriol, Ed Templeton, Larry Clark, Terry Richardson, and Spike Jonze. A comprehensive timeline illustrated with artwork, photography, video, and ephemera will provide further historical context for the exhibition.

For those lucky enough to be local, as well as the exhibition MoCA has an impressive lineup of talkers, all the talks are free, though some require a reservation. For more details checkout MoCA’s blog at www.moca.org

 

Art Talk with Mister Cartoon
Thursday, June 16, 6:30pm
Join Mister Cartoon for an exhibition walkthrough and discussion of his work in the context of the Art in the Streets.
FREE; no reservations

Art Talk with Carlo McCormick
Sunday, June 19, 3pm
In conjunction with Art in the Streets, senior editor of PAPER magazine and leading New York art writer Carlo McCormick will take a look at the destructive and creative aspects of uncommissioned public art and mark-making.
FREE with museum admission; no reservations

Art Talk with Roger Gastman
Thursday, June 30, 6:30pm
In conjunction with Art in the Streets, co-curator Roger Gastman will lead an exhibition tour and discuss the history of graffiti and street art.
FREE; no reservations

Art Talk with Patti Astor
Sunday, July 14, 3pm
Join underground film star and Fun Gallery Founder Patti Astor, for a tour and discussion that will begin with Art in the Streets’ installation of the Fun Gallery and the Rammellzee loft.
FREE with museum admission; no reservations

Art Talk with Patti Astor
Thursday, July 17, 6:30pm
Join underground film star and Fun Gallery founder Patti Astor for a second exhibition tour and discussion that will begin with the Fun Gallery and the Rammellzee loft installations in Art in the Streets.
FREE; no reservations

Art Talk with Chaz Bojorquez
Thursday, July 21, 6:30pm
Join legendary L.A. graffiti artist Chaz Bojorquez for an exhibition walkthrough and a discussion of his work in the context of Art in the Streets.
FREE; no reservations

Art Talk with Aaron Rose
Sunday, July 24, 3pm
In conjunction with Art in the Streets, exhibition co-curator Aaron Rose will lead a walkthrough of the exhibition.
FREE with museum admission; no reservations

 

Video Credits: Director of Photography: C. R. Stecyk III  |  Directors: Andy Bruntell, Felipe Lima  |  Producers: Bret Nicely, Jett Steiger  |  Camera: Larkin Donley  |  Sound: Owen Granich-Young  |  at

Art in The Streets.


Google Pulls a Zuckerberg on PayPal

Posted: May 29th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Kiss My . . ., Tecnoid | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Google Pulls a Zuckerberg on PayPal

“In the past 5,000 years, there have been only four major ways that people pay for things: barter, coin, paper, then plastic. The future is undeniably digital” Osama Bedier

For the past two years, PayPal and Google had been in negotiations for PayPal to provide the payment system for Google’s app store on Android phones. News of Google Wallet had been leaking through the interweb – HighPants – since February this year. In March Google released what amounted to a Beta of Google Wallet.  Heading up Paypals end of this deal was guess who? – 2 former PayPal employees – Osama Bedier and Stephanie Tilenius. Both defected to Goolge Beiber in February this year, Tilenius in 2009.

Scott Guilfoyle, PayPal’s CTO said of Bediers departure – January 26, 2011 – via PayPals blog “We’ve got some changes underway today. First, we are saying goodbye to Osama Bedier. After eight years at PayPal, he’s decided to make a change, taking on a new role at Google. Osama helped open our platform to the world two years ago and that’s driving great innovation and momentum. I want to personally thank Osama for his friendship and leadership” :: Read the full article »»»»