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2 July 2013 ·

The company I used to work for made valves and fittings the were used to fab these

The company I used to work for made valves and fittings the were used to fab these

1 July 2013 ·

1 July 2013 ·

"There is no broadcaster in baseball with Vinny’s eloquence, sense of humor, knowledge of baseball history, and genuine class." - DodgerBlues.com

27 June 2013 ·

27 June 2013 ·

Reminder: Mo Scleveland III invited you to join Facebook…

13 June 2013 ·

Feedly and Buffer

Just in case you want to use Buffer with Feedly on iOS,make sure you install Buffer BEFORE Feedly otherwise you won’t be able to select profiles

5 June 2013 ·

3 Creative Ways Brands Are Using Pinterest | Social Media Examiner

27 May 2013 ·

Style Views: Meet Kathleen

Kathleen’s first blog post ever

25 May 2013 ·

danielpico:

Timothy Leary

Timothy Leary is typically associated with drug culture and the phrase, “tune in, turn on, and drop out,” but his contributions to futurism are just as significant — and surprisingly related. He developed his own futurist philosophy called S.M.I2.L.E, which stands for Space Migration, Increased Intelligence, and Life Extension. These ideas developed out of Leary’s life-long interest in seeing humanity evolve beyond its outdated morality, which would prove to be highly influential within certain segments of the transhumanist community.
As a futurist, Leary is also important in that he was an early advocate for cognitive liberty and potential for neurodiversity. Through his own brand of psychedelic futurism, he argued that we have the right to modify our minds and create our own psychological experiences. He believed that each psychological modality — no matter how bizarre or unconventional — could still be ascribed a certain value. What’s more, given the extreme nature of certain psychedelic experiences, he also demonstrated the potential for human consciousness to function beyond what’s considered normal. More.

danielpico:

Timothy Leary

Timothy Leary is typically associated with drug culture and the phrase, “tune in, turn on, and drop out,” but his contributions to futurism are just as significant — and surprisingly related. He developed his own futurist philosophy called S.M.I2.L.E, which stands for Space Migration, Increased Intelligence, and Life Extension. These ideas developed out of Leary’s life-long interest in seeing humanity evolve beyond its outdated morality, which would prove to be highly influential within certain segments of the transhumanist community.

As a futurist, Leary is also important in that he was an early advocate for cognitive liberty and potential for neurodiversity. Through his own brand of psychedelic futurism, he argued that we have the right to modify our minds and create our own psychological experiences. He believed that each psychological modality — no matter how bizarre or unconventional — could still be ascribed a certain value. What’s more, given the extreme nature of certain psychedelic experiences, he also demonstrated the potential for human consciousness to function beyond what’s considered normal. More.

19 May 2013 ·

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