Artificial Intelligence’s Christ Parallel

https://youtu.be/zUw_TXmn5aI Perhaps the answer to the science fiction questions of Artificial Intelligence – whether it will at some point, become self-aware and ultimately destroy and dispose of us – and the proper response to the rampantly accelerating implementation of automated machines which are overtaking formerly human-held tasks, jobs, and occupations; is to be found by… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence’s Christ Parallel

Psychological and Spiritual Consequences of Synthesized vs. Analogue Music

The first commercially available electronic music synthesizers were made in the late 1950s and were popularized in mainstream music use by the 1970s. The sound of the 80s essentially is just the synthesizer. Since then, electronically-generated sounds have been used to invent many genres of music as well as invaded those genres previously dominated by… Continue reading Psychological and Spiritual Consequences of Synthesized vs. Analogue Music

❍︎ The History of Nicolas & the Oracle of Knowledge || Book Trailer ❍︎

Jesse Dustin has written a powerful tale of exodus, fatherhood, growth and redemption, through the intergenerational exploration of Technocracy vs Tradition, and its effects on the family unit. “Translated” from an archaic text recovered long ago, this document/novel explores the pains and fears of both existing within, and escaping from, the Industrial world – in… Continue reading ❍︎ The History of Nicolas & the Oracle of Knowledge || Book Trailer ❍︎

Revisiting McLuhan through the lens of the Electric Age

Marshall McLuhan predicted “the Future of Man in the Electric Age” back in a 1965 interview (as well as throughout his life’s work). I recently made a video examining (editing) his interview, and juxtaposing his work with images and audio from the Other end of the Electric Age.. Hopefully it does a good job elucidating… Continue reading Revisiting McLuhan through the lens of the Electric Age