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The Future Kinda Blows A Little

Burger King will hijack your automated voice assistant to sell you burgers, after hackers spy on you from your TV. Welcome to the future. It’s pretty awful.

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Art Challenge, Day 15 of 90

Day 15 of 90 and all is well, surprisingly! But today’s update isn’t about me, it’s about my friend Joseph Rhodes and his amazing music!

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Screenland - A Documentary Series on Digital Culture and Entertaiment, Airing April 24 on RedBull.tv

I wrote and Contributed Produced (?) a documentary series about digital culture and entertainment called Screenland. It airs April 24 on RedBull.TV. I hope you like it.

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If You Like Currency Puns, You're Yen For A Treat

Get it? YEN for a treat?

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The Most Thorough $1500 Tea Infuser Review In The History Of Ever vs. My One Line Review

$1500. For a tea infuser. My review lies within

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A Thing That Helps Me Get By Day To Day

It’s not just any metal bat hitting any metal ball. This one in particular sounds like something exploded, like a skull, and mushy stuff flew out of it.

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Let's Talk About (Managing) Depression (Pt. 6)

This something that could help some of you out there who are suffering with Depression but haven’t yet found the answers on how to manage it. I share it with the hope that it helps. It’s LONG. You’ve been warned.

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Let's Talk About Depression, Pt. 5

The following is from my newsletter about surviving difficult times and managing depression. I had an experience today that I catalogued as it was happening, and shared with the subscribers of the newsletter. I’m sharing it here as well, in case you need it.

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I Just Deleted Over 15 Years Of My Life Off The Internet, And That's Fine

“…with a push of a button I just erased FIFTEEN YEARS of my life from the internet.”

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Demand Without Consequence Is Inept

There’s more to resistance than protest.

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