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2010-10-25 (Monday)


  1. Nearly future

    Thoughts on James Bridle’s post about Network Realism.

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  1. Gallery - Brilliant SF books that got away - Image 1 - New Scientist

    I’ve only read one of these. So much to read! (via @GreatDismal)

  2. Mac Bundy Said He Was ‘All Wrong’ by William Pfaff | The New York Review of Books

    About the Vietnam War, but also good on parallels with Iraq/Afghanistan, and how only one or two ideas can shape events that affect continents, very similar to that Adam Curtis article about a “global terror network”.


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    I wasn't quite sold on 'Rubicon' at the start, but it totally had me by the end. Good.

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    Really, forget Rodney and that other guy who was in something and looks really familiar, it's The Curious Orange! #tmwrnj

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    Wondered why old-fashioned businessmen were in coffeeshop, then realised it's Nicholas Lyndhurst, Curious Orange and more in period costume.