(b. 1465/66, Leuven, d. 1530, Antwerpen)
Oil on panel, 160 x 120 cm
Museo del Prado, Madrid
Captains of Late Capitalist Industry Volume 2: WILL.I.AM comparing his brain to compressed sand.
Late Capitalist Captains of Industry Volume 1: Moore’s Law is probably deflationary - behold Kutcher eulogize the mass destruction of exchange value
- Article by Trenton Oldfield on Comment Is Free entitled “Why I Interrupted The Boat Race”, sub-title “The elite have brought the country to its knees, now is the time to take action”.
- Article by Dan Hodges saying this is precisely why Labour must embrace austerity, least they be seen as lone…
“For all of the flaws of 20th century critical theory - its obtuseness, its abandonment of the ordinary reader - it also made it impossible to look at words as transparent conduits of meaning. Instead, we had no choice but to see the webs of power and ideas that they wove and we wove with them. [Google’s] Project Glass [concept video for AR glasses] and its tantalizingly close promise of augmented reality, demands we do the same for the world of digital technology: to acknowledge that we cannot simply put on and take off glasses that color our world; instead, we can only exchange one ambivalent, culturally loaded pair for another.”
Google Glasses and the Myth of Augmented Reality, The Atlantic
Demonstration of protest and mourning for Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City, April 1911.
Today is the 101st anniversary of the fire.