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qnet ltd 2019-05-29

Toward the end of Hawai is plantation economy and the beginning of the psychedelic counterculture movement of the 1960s and 1970sVisit Us : https://qbuzzltdindia.wixsite.com/pyramidscheme

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Stephen Martinez 2016-07-20
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John Lilly s attempt to talk to dolphins

IT HAPPENED before, of course.

Think of John Lilly s attempt to communicate with dolphins with its obligatory diversion through LSD , the parapsychology studies of physicist Peter Phillips, and Immanuel Velikovsky s catastrophism .

This, at any rate, is the argument of Groovy Science, though the task of evaluating the intellectual and cultural worth of these escapades is anything but easy.

While the military-industrial complex is entertaining and funding experiments in sensory deprivation, dolphin training and space colonisation, we may as well abandon any attempt to distinguish between the establishment and its counterculture.

Indeed, look hard and you will find that there is no counterculture – only a loose overlapping of opposed subgroups, each with its own expectations, each interacting rather warily with the others.

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Wayne Chapple 2016-09-04
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Burning Man celebrates its 30th anniversary this year in the most Burning Man-way possible, with mind-bending art installations, techno-music, pyrotechnics, and naked people.Over 70,000 "burners" descended on Black Rock Desert, Nevada, this week to sweat, dance, and find themselves at the annual counterculture gathering.

It's become a go-to destination for celebrities and the Silicon Valley elite.If you've never been, check out these Instagram images to see what it's like.

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Belinda Miller 2019-02-10
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Over the last year or two, a number of stories have documented both an ascendent drive for representation in the workplace to a growing class consciousness, inspired by labour strikes in other industries and injustices in their own ranks.

As such, it occurs to me that the time might be ripe for tech workers to consider how to collectively harness, and maybe organise around, automation for their mutual benefit.

In a New Republic piece that examines the reasons tech worker power might have taken so long to develop—or for anyone in the media to notice—Moira Weigel and Ben Tarnoff point to the Californian Ideology, the name media theorists Richard Barbrook and Andy Cameron gave to the animating force of Silicon Valley politics of the last three decades.

(Also informative here is Fred Turner’s “From Counterculture to Cyberculture.”)

The upshot is that tech culture evolved from its perch in a genuine, government-wary counterculture into a broader impulse that informed the subsequent wave of businessmen and entrepreneurs—it’s how we got a generation of anti-regulation, libertarian-leaning tech gurus who believe government should get out of the way and let them change the world.

For a long time, the media relayed this mythology relentlessly, and the icons who either bought in or embodied the ethos—the vaguely countercultural Steve Jobs et cetera—profited handsomely.

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Henry Bradley 2021-04-01
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It is considered a typical hallucinogen causing similar effects to other hallucinogens like mescaline, psilocybin (mushrooms), and ibogaine. LSD became popular in the counterculture of the 1960s and 1970s, but since then its use has been limited to people in the Rave or club scenes. It can be very difficult to sleep if LSD has been taken in the last 6 hours. Hallucinogens can cause extreme, long-lasting adverse neuropsychiatric effects, like flashbacks (post-hallucination perceptual disorders), relatively long-lasting psychoses, severe depression or shizophrenia-like syndromes, especially in heavy or long-term users or in people with an underlying mental illness. LSD experiences are heavily influenced by environment. We do deliver LSD to your doorstep Discreetly and safely.
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Steven Jones 2017-09-02
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Volkswagen said the bus will enter production and hit dealerships in 2022.

It won't resemble the classic hippiemobiles of years past, as most apparent by its all-electric drivetrain.

Still, it's great to see the bus make a comeback.

Details are still scarce, but here's what we do know:

The very first Volkswagen Microbus went into production in 1950.

Formerly known as the Type II or Kombi, the beloved bus became a symbol of the US' counterculture movement.

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0
Victor Mcbride 2017-08-24
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Elon Musk, who famously came up with the idea for SolarCity while at Burning Man a few years back, once said "Burning Man is Silicon Valley."

Judging from the photos of tech moguls, startup founders, and venture capitalists that have surfaced since the annual counterculture festival began, we're guessing Musk is right.

We rounded up the best photos of tech workers sweating it out on the playa.

Sarah Tang, a senior operations manager at UberEATS, wore a unicorn headpiece as she danced at Burning Man in 2015.

Jessica Rose Yurasek manages social media strategy for clients like Twitter Video when she's not galavanting across the playa.

She shot this lively photo in 2016.

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0
Lu Moore 2020-05-05

Factors some very interesting facts from Hemp Traders of Los Angeles, California state.

Everything changes when you go ahead and take raw food approach.

What used to harm now is good anyone personally in the uncooked assert.

So, don't fear the a lot of fat!

Isn't that simple?Still greatly loved by their fans, Cheech and Chong peaked in popularity during the 1970s and 1980s using comedy bits based for your hippie and free love era, the counterculture movement, and a mutual passion for Cannabis.Thyroid could be the master metabolic regulator.

Its malfunctioning leads to a gamut of problems like depression, anxiety, infertility, pregnancy complications, dried-out skin and hair, high cholesterol, heart trouble, joint pain and menstrual irregularities.

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Tom Brown 2018-08-09
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Danish architects Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange want to bring a giant orb to Burning Man later this month.

Ingels and Lange have launched an Indiegogo fundraiser to crowdsource $50,000 for the project, raising more than $22,400 as of Wednesday afternoon.

The Burning Man festival, an international spectacle that began as a bonfire among friends more than 30 years ago, is held in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.

More than 65,000 people gather each year to celebrate the counterculture event featuring surreal art installations , wild fashion , musical acts, and celebrity sightings .

Lange and Ingels' Orb, which reflects its surroundings like a mirror, is scaled to 1/500,000 of the Earth's size.

The Orb is nearly 100 feet in diameter.

collect
0
Jennie Miller 2021-02-03

Boho fashion jewelry developed from the counterculture and made people feel open, free, and natural.

Creative movements also left a significant impact on the bohemian lifestyle – allowing you to make the most of whatever you have.

A combination of used and jewelry new arrivals with a high low approach help accessorize with thrifted pieces or worn in your wardrobe favorites to bring your bohemian style full circle.

Moon and star charm layered necklace will bring out the unique essence of your personality.

Polish off the look with a moonstone ring or boho vintage knuckle stacking rings.Boho Fringe Earrings:A trendy boho style that never fades out.

For instance, combining a sleek wrist watch with a chain bracelet in the same palette.

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William Cutright 2019-08-17
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Actor Peter Fonda -- best known for co-writing, producing and co-starring in the 1969 cult classic biker movie Easy Rider -- died on Friday from lung cancer at the age of 79, according to Variety.

"In one of the saddest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts," the family said in a statement.

As the son of actor Henry Fonda and brother to the equally talented Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda acted for over 50 years, with roles in such notable films as Easy Rider, The Limey, Ghost Rider, 3:10 to Yuma, and The Ballad of Lefty Brown.

Fonda was nominated for an Oscar for his acting in the 1997 movie Ulee's Gold.

He was my sweet-hearted baby brother.

The talker of the family.

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0
James Dixon 2016-09-20

We are very proud to introduce the least-advanced NoPhone ever, he said at a technology conference in Canada this month.

The NoPhone is a plastic rectangle that looks like a smartphone but does absolutely nothing.

More than 10,000 have been sold in the past two years for about $10 each.

Mr. Sheldon and his business partner, Van Gould, call it the NoPhone Air.

We took away the headphone jack.

As millions of people around the world race to buy Apple Inc. AAPL -0.01 % s new iPhone 7 and wireless AirPods headphones, Messrs. Sheldon and Gould are part of the growing smartphone-resistant counterculture.

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William Jones 2017-07-19
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"California: Designing Freedom" is an engaging exhibit showing at London's Design Museum until October 15.

It chronicles the global design influence and innovation of the Golden State, in everything from pop culture, to counterculture to the technology boom of Silicon Valley.

Personal liberation and expression, whether it be through a gadget or a political movement, is a key theme of the exhibit.

We started with a replica of Peter Fonda's "Captain America" chopper from the 1969 film "Easy Rider."

The motorcycle is part of "Go Where you Want," one of the exhibit's five sections.

An entire case was devoted to the iPhone, now a decade old.

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Peter Garvey 2018-04-29
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Larry Harvey, the founder and driving force behind the annual Burning Man counterculture art festival, died Saturday at a San Francisco hospital after suffering a stroke earlier this month.

His death was announced on the Burning Man website.

"Burning Man culture has lost a great leader and an inspiring mind," event CEO Marian Goodell said in a statement.

I have lost a dear friend who I've known, loved, and worked beside for nearly 22 years."

Burning Man began in 1986 with just over a dozen people burning an effigy of a man during a summer solstice evening ritual on San Francisco's Baker Beach.

In 1990, it moved to the remote Nevada desert and began to grow rapidly.

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Ronald Breau 2016-09-27
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Ah, the uncertainty of being 14.

Despite 20th Century Women s title, the film is a coming-of-age story about a young man, Jamie played by Lucas Jade Zumann .

Lucas has three women to help him navigate through the summer of 1979: his mother played by Annette Bening, a young photographer in the punk scene played by Greta Gerwig, and a teenage neighbor played by Elle Fanning.

Billy Crudup also stars as an adrift boarder renting the bungalow behind Bening s house.

But 20th Century Women is also about the adolescence of a whole generation, as Jimmy Carter s Crisis of Confidence as Americans to believe once again in economic optimism sound familiar?

And it highlights the rise of skateboarding counterculture, tempered by the wisdom of the three women.

collect
0
Jorge Medina 2018-08-08

To pick at the air gaps and missed stitches in the many overlapping layers of software from which our modern world is woven.

Et voilà, an entire industry, employing countless thousands.

It is said that there are four PR people for every journalist in America, which seems high, but I expect the ratio of infosec people to actual hackers is higher yet, even if you count the proverbial script kiddies.

For a long time it was where the counterculture techies went, the curmudgeons, the renegades, in black boots and leather and tattoos and colored hair.

By no coincidence they also tended to include many of the smartest ones.

It was OK, as far as its users were concerned, for its walls to be built and defended (and only very rarely womanned, courtesy of infosec’s default oppressive, exclusionary, and often predatory sexual culture) by a cohort of … well … cranky assholes.

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0
qnet ltd 2019-05-29

Toward the end of Hawai is plantation economy and the beginning of the psychedelic counterculture movement of the 1960s and 1970sVisit Us : https://qbuzzltdindia.wixsite.com/pyramidscheme

Wayne Chapple 2016-09-04
img

Burning Man celebrates its 30th anniversary this year in the most Burning Man-way possible, with mind-bending art installations, techno-music, pyrotechnics, and naked people.Over 70,000 "burners" descended on Black Rock Desert, Nevada, this week to sweat, dance, and find themselves at the annual counterculture gathering.

It's become a go-to destination for celebrities and the Silicon Valley elite.If you've never been, check out these Instagram images to see what it's like.

Henry Bradley 2021-04-01
img
It is considered a typical hallucinogen causing similar effects to other hallucinogens like mescaline, psilocybin (mushrooms), and ibogaine. LSD became popular in the counterculture of the 1960s and 1970s, but since then its use has been limited to people in the Rave or club scenes. It can be very difficult to sleep if LSD has been taken in the last 6 hours. Hallucinogens can cause extreme, long-lasting adverse neuropsychiatric effects, like flashbacks (post-hallucination perceptual disorders), relatively long-lasting psychoses, severe depression or shizophrenia-like syndromes, especially in heavy or long-term users or in people with an underlying mental illness. LSD experiences are heavily influenced by environment. We do deliver LSD to your doorstep Discreetly and safely.
Victor Mcbride 2017-08-24
img

Elon Musk, who famously came up with the idea for SolarCity while at Burning Man a few years back, once said "Burning Man is Silicon Valley."

Judging from the photos of tech moguls, startup founders, and venture capitalists that have surfaced since the annual counterculture festival began, we're guessing Musk is right.

We rounded up the best photos of tech workers sweating it out on the playa.

Sarah Tang, a senior operations manager at UberEATS, wore a unicorn headpiece as she danced at Burning Man in 2015.

Jessica Rose Yurasek manages social media strategy for clients like Twitter Video when she's not galavanting across the playa.

She shot this lively photo in 2016.

Tom Brown 2018-08-09
img

Danish architects Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange want to bring a giant orb to Burning Man later this month.

Ingels and Lange have launched an Indiegogo fundraiser to crowdsource $50,000 for the project, raising more than $22,400 as of Wednesday afternoon.

The Burning Man festival, an international spectacle that began as a bonfire among friends more than 30 years ago, is held in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.

More than 65,000 people gather each year to celebrate the counterculture event featuring surreal art installations , wild fashion , musical acts, and celebrity sightings .

Lange and Ingels' Orb, which reflects its surroundings like a mirror, is scaled to 1/500,000 of the Earth's size.

The Orb is nearly 100 feet in diameter.

William Cutright 2019-08-17
img

Actor Peter Fonda -- best known for co-writing, producing and co-starring in the 1969 cult classic biker movie Easy Rider -- died on Friday from lung cancer at the age of 79, according to Variety.

"In one of the saddest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts," the family said in a statement.

As the son of actor Henry Fonda and brother to the equally talented Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda acted for over 50 years, with roles in such notable films as Easy Rider, The Limey, Ghost Rider, 3:10 to Yuma, and The Ballad of Lefty Brown.

Fonda was nominated for an Oscar for his acting in the 1997 movie Ulee's Gold.

He was my sweet-hearted baby brother.

The talker of the family.

William Jones 2017-07-19
img

"California: Designing Freedom" is an engaging exhibit showing at London's Design Museum until October 15.

It chronicles the global design influence and innovation of the Golden State, in everything from pop culture, to counterculture to the technology boom of Silicon Valley.

Personal liberation and expression, whether it be through a gadget or a political movement, is a key theme of the exhibit.

We started with a replica of Peter Fonda's "Captain America" chopper from the 1969 film "Easy Rider."

The motorcycle is part of "Go Where you Want," one of the exhibit's five sections.

An entire case was devoted to the iPhone, now a decade old.

Ronald Breau 2016-09-27
img

Ah, the uncertainty of being 14.

Despite 20th Century Women s title, the film is a coming-of-age story about a young man, Jamie played by Lucas Jade Zumann .

Lucas has three women to help him navigate through the summer of 1979: his mother played by Annette Bening, a young photographer in the punk scene played by Greta Gerwig, and a teenage neighbor played by Elle Fanning.

Billy Crudup also stars as an adrift boarder renting the bungalow behind Bening s house.

But 20th Century Women is also about the adolescence of a whole generation, as Jimmy Carter s Crisis of Confidence as Americans to believe once again in economic optimism sound familiar?

And it highlights the rise of skateboarding counterculture, tempered by the wisdom of the three women.

Stephen Martinez 2016-07-20
img

John Lilly s attempt to talk to dolphins

IT HAPPENED before, of course.

Think of John Lilly s attempt to communicate with dolphins with its obligatory diversion through LSD , the parapsychology studies of physicist Peter Phillips, and Immanuel Velikovsky s catastrophism .

This, at any rate, is the argument of Groovy Science, though the task of evaluating the intellectual and cultural worth of these escapades is anything but easy.

While the military-industrial complex is entertaining and funding experiments in sensory deprivation, dolphin training and space colonisation, we may as well abandon any attempt to distinguish between the establishment and its counterculture.

Indeed, look hard and you will find that there is no counterculture – only a loose overlapping of opposed subgroups, each with its own expectations, each interacting rather warily with the others.

Belinda Miller 2019-02-10
img

Over the last year or two, a number of stories have documented both an ascendent drive for representation in the workplace to a growing class consciousness, inspired by labour strikes in other industries and injustices in their own ranks.

As such, it occurs to me that the time might be ripe for tech workers to consider how to collectively harness, and maybe organise around, automation for their mutual benefit.

In a New Republic piece that examines the reasons tech worker power might have taken so long to develop—or for anyone in the media to notice—Moira Weigel and Ben Tarnoff point to the Californian Ideology, the name media theorists Richard Barbrook and Andy Cameron gave to the animating force of Silicon Valley politics of the last three decades.

(Also informative here is Fred Turner’s “From Counterculture to Cyberculture.”)

The upshot is that tech culture evolved from its perch in a genuine, government-wary counterculture into a broader impulse that informed the subsequent wave of businessmen and entrepreneurs—it’s how we got a generation of anti-regulation, libertarian-leaning tech gurus who believe government should get out of the way and let them change the world.

For a long time, the media relayed this mythology relentlessly, and the icons who either bought in or embodied the ethos—the vaguely countercultural Steve Jobs et cetera—profited handsomely.

Steven Jones 2017-09-02
img

Volkswagen said the bus will enter production and hit dealerships in 2022.

It won't resemble the classic hippiemobiles of years past, as most apparent by its all-electric drivetrain.

Still, it's great to see the bus make a comeback.

Details are still scarce, but here's what we do know:

The very first Volkswagen Microbus went into production in 1950.

Formerly known as the Type II or Kombi, the beloved bus became a symbol of the US' counterculture movement.

Lu Moore 2020-05-05

Factors some very interesting facts from Hemp Traders of Los Angeles, California state.

Everything changes when you go ahead and take raw food approach.

What used to harm now is good anyone personally in the uncooked assert.

So, don't fear the a lot of fat!

Isn't that simple?Still greatly loved by their fans, Cheech and Chong peaked in popularity during the 1970s and 1980s using comedy bits based for your hippie and free love era, the counterculture movement, and a mutual passion for Cannabis.Thyroid could be the master metabolic regulator.

Its malfunctioning leads to a gamut of problems like depression, anxiety, infertility, pregnancy complications, dried-out skin and hair, high cholesterol, heart trouble, joint pain and menstrual irregularities.

Jennie Miller 2021-02-03

Boho fashion jewelry developed from the counterculture and made people feel open, free, and natural.

Creative movements also left a significant impact on the bohemian lifestyle – allowing you to make the most of whatever you have.

A combination of used and jewelry new arrivals with a high low approach help accessorize with thrifted pieces or worn in your wardrobe favorites to bring your bohemian style full circle.

Moon and star charm layered necklace will bring out the unique essence of your personality.

Polish off the look with a moonstone ring or boho vintage knuckle stacking rings.Boho Fringe Earrings:A trendy boho style that never fades out.

For instance, combining a sleek wrist watch with a chain bracelet in the same palette.

James Dixon 2016-09-20

We are very proud to introduce the least-advanced NoPhone ever, he said at a technology conference in Canada this month.

The NoPhone is a plastic rectangle that looks like a smartphone but does absolutely nothing.

More than 10,000 have been sold in the past two years for about $10 each.

Mr. Sheldon and his business partner, Van Gould, call it the NoPhone Air.

We took away the headphone jack.

As millions of people around the world race to buy Apple Inc. AAPL -0.01 % s new iPhone 7 and wireless AirPods headphones, Messrs. Sheldon and Gould are part of the growing smartphone-resistant counterculture.

Peter Garvey 2018-04-29
img

Larry Harvey, the founder and driving force behind the annual Burning Man counterculture art festival, died Saturday at a San Francisco hospital after suffering a stroke earlier this month.

His death was announced on the Burning Man website.

"Burning Man culture has lost a great leader and an inspiring mind," event CEO Marian Goodell said in a statement.

I have lost a dear friend who I've known, loved, and worked beside for nearly 22 years."

Burning Man began in 1986 with just over a dozen people burning an effigy of a man during a summer solstice evening ritual on San Francisco's Baker Beach.

In 1990, it moved to the remote Nevada desert and began to grow rapidly.

Jorge Medina 2018-08-08

To pick at the air gaps and missed stitches in the many overlapping layers of software from which our modern world is woven.

Et voilà, an entire industry, employing countless thousands.

It is said that there are four PR people for every journalist in America, which seems high, but I expect the ratio of infosec people to actual hackers is higher yet, even if you count the proverbial script kiddies.

For a long time it was where the counterculture techies went, the curmudgeons, the renegades, in black boots and leather and tattoos and colored hair.

By no coincidence they also tended to include many of the smartest ones.

It was OK, as far as its users were concerned, for its walls to be built and defended (and only very rarely womanned, courtesy of infosec’s default oppressive, exclusionary, and often predatory sexual culture) by a cohort of … well … cranky assholes.