Category Archives: Feature Article

let’s crash in a hut

Waiting for that wisdom bomb to appear on the horizon of your life. That one mega detonation that will change and transform yourself. The near death dealing explosion from which the Pheonix will emerge soaring higher until like Icarus its … Continue reading

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love triangle: time-memory and desire

The real potential of content marketing is the flexibility of combining video with text with an aural experience: very compressed and compacted temporal voyages. After having refused the key from St.Peter, the protagonist, in search and in the belief of … Continue reading

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travel lightly: expandable luggage

As usual, round up the habitual suspects: there is always a political kernel waiting to pop in content marketing. Aspects of visuals and images mingling like Woody Allen’s Moose at a cocktail party with strands of texts, falling remarks exposed … Continue reading

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content is a plug-in

In a post-modern post-Veblen analysis society social media marketing, content marketing and all it’s other derivatives appear like a plug-in, an add-on, a bell and whistles accessory to the broader and even more secular play of market based economies, eclipsing … Continue reading

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yakety yak: mediated by known known’s

you’re not going to re-create the world in your image but extending the line is what inserting poetics and an aesthetic finish means within the current digital platform compared to adverts of yore. That means, yeah, rattle the cage, and … Continue reading

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malthus and famine: curse of the wedding ring

Do people starve simply because there are too many of us? Is famine the necessary companion of civilization? Was parson Malthus right in his grim insistence that population must necessarily outdistance food supply? Or, even worse, are the hungry dying … Continue reading

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every doge has its way

Madame Pickwick Doge meme….

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persistence of famine

Hunger and history have a long symbiosis. The first recorded famine occurred in Egypt in 3500 B.C.Since then, millions have died, and still die of starvation. Do people starve simply because there are too many of us as Parson Malthus … Continue reading

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dada: nothing is by accident

It began with an ironic and anarchic temper with origins in eighteenth century skepticism which was subsequently absorbed into the culture of urban and metropolitan thought processes through Baudelaire and Manet among others and it all came to a scrappy … Continue reading

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dada dum dada not so dum

Unsureness and confusion, in the sphere of Dada opinion, became a positive value, and one that had lethal effect of what could be termed systems of hierarchy and classification. Like Alfred Jarry, dada postulated a “pataphysical” logic of absurdity that … Continue reading

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