The Monochrome Experience: Delicious

via The Monochrome Experience: Delicious Another winning photograph (top) from the Catalan artist, Lluís Bussé, although the bottom photo is close runner-up, I’d say. I had to Google the biological properties of oysters to make sure the author wasn’t alluding to something else. How often do we see a similar composition in ads? And what… Read More The Monochrome Experience: Delicious

It could be time to start thinking about a cybernetic Bill of Rights

Mike Ryder, Lancaster University Like it or loathe it, the robot revolution is now well underway and the futures described by writers such as Isaac Asimov, Frederik Pohl and Philip K. Dick are fast turning from science fiction into science fact. But should robots have rights? And will humanity ever reach a point where human… Read More It could be time to start thinking about a cybernetic Bill of Rights

The Old Internet Died And We Watched And Did Nothing | + Opinion

It’s 2020 — do you know where your content is? Source: The Old Internet Died And We Watched And Did Nothing Opinion: When people ask “What do you do?” I usually give a diffuse, multifaceted answer tailored to where I discern they’re at. “Oh, I blog, I go to church, I help out at home…”… Read More The Old Internet Died And We Watched And Did Nothing | + Opinion

How the Hanukkah myth gave rise to Israeli toxic masculinity – Jewish World – Haaretz – Israel News | Haaretz.com | + Opinion

Source: How the Hanukkah myth gave rise to Israeli toxic masculinity – Jewish World – Haaretz – Israel News | Haaretz.com Opinion: It is always a sign of health or a movement toward health when a culture is able to reflect and constructively criticize itself. I was initially surprised to see this headline because in… Read More How the Hanukkah myth gave rise to Israeli toxic masculinity – Jewish World – Haaretz – Israel News | Haaretz.com | + Opinion

Witchcraft conference held but renamed because of Christian protests | + Opinion

Opinion: Whenever a group or subgroup cannot talk about something and has to rename what actually is for some safe, non-descript term, it’s usually a sign there’s a definite problem. It seems each country has its own particular list of “freedoms” and “taboos,” and this list also varies within a nation’s subcultures. It’s too bad… Read More Witchcraft conference held but renamed because of Christian protests | + Opinion