Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Postgenderism Crash!



Nearing the end of making our latest video, all of my files on my external HDD got corrupted!! While being extremely upset, and down right broken I will press forward and use the low resolution renders to start all over!

The Good: I was able to visually get the video out of concept into full beta to serve as a blue print for the final version.

The Bad:I have to rebuild the entire piece!

The ugly: Might not release the entire piece on Friday as I had planned. :(




Ps... Dont underestimate my L33tnes ability to work on something at full force!
Full Steam ahead!

Postgenderism Crash!



Nearing the end of making our latest video, all of my files on my external HDD got corrupted!! While being extremely upset, and down right broken I will press forward and use the low resolution renders to start all over!

The Good: I was able to visually get the video out of concept into full beta to serve as a blue print for the final version.

The Bad:I have to rebuild the entire piece!

The ugly: Might not release the entire piece on Friday as I had planned. :(




Ps... Dont underestimate my L33tnes ability to work on something at full force!
Full Steam ahead!

Postgenderism Crash!



Nearing the end of making our latest video, all of my files on my external HDD got corrupted!! While being extremely upset, and down right broken I will press forward and use the low resolution renders to start all over!

The Good: I was able to visually get the video out of concept into full beta to serve as a blue print for the final version.

The Bad:I have to rebuild the entire piece!

The ugly: Might not release the entire piece on Friday as I had planned. :(




Ps... Dont underestimate my L33tnes ability to work on something at full force!
Full Steam ahead!

No End in Sight

by:  Aaron Franz
transalchemy.com

A clip from ABC's "Last Days on Earth" which talks about Ai. This is one of many disaster pieces which plays on the theme of armageddon. There are so many of these programs, not to mention disaster movies that people are beginning to think that the end of the world is a foregone conclusion. This media trend disturbs me greatly. The end of the world is not coming, however, we ARE heading into a time of troubles, an "Age of Transitions." Many government documents are written in preparation of this. In these reports converging technology and its exponential growth factor are frequently coupled with predictions of societal breakdown at a global level.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxevYaKc8-I

The potential for disaster is indeed rising, and surprisingly it seems to be desired. In one sense, disaster could lead society to a point in which a radical change could come about.  In this particular example, I can see the threat of Ai overtaking humanity being "solved" by the cybernetic merger of man and machine.  The effort to "keep up" with the pace set by machine intelligence would lead to things such as implantable brainchips or some other form of cognitive "enhancement".  Cue Kevin Warwick!  When people are frightened they are willing to compromise. This gives institutions that saw these problems coming a distinct advantage in terms of leading the way, because they are prepared. (see: problem, reaction, solution and Hegelian dialectics) In another sense, it seems that the average person truly wants the end of the world to come. From bible prophecy to constant terror programming such as this ABC piece, we have been inundated with stories of the end times. There is so much going on now that it overwhelms the psyche. Instead of dealing with what appears to be an unstoppable force, most choose to give up. To accept the end of the world and go about their business.  

What if we decided to actually confront our problems?  To at least try to deal with what is happening instead of choosing to role over and die.  What would happen?  If it actually were the end of the world, then what is there to lose?  

Don't settle for easy answers, and don't cop out on your own life.  Do something.  

No End in Sight

by:  Aaron Franz
transalchemy.com

A clip from ABC's "Last Days on Earth" which talks about Ai. This is one of many disaster pieces which plays on the theme of armageddon. There are so many of these programs, not to mention disaster movies that people are beginning to think that the end of the world is a foregone conclusion. This media trend disturbs me greatly. The end of the world is not coming, however, we ARE heading into a time of troubles, an "Age of Transitions." Many government documents are written in preparation of this. In these reports converging technology and its exponential growth factor are frequently coupled with predictions of societal breakdown at a global level.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxevYaKc8-I

The potential for disaster is indeed rising, and surprisingly it seems to be desired. In one sense, disaster could lead society to a point in which a radical change could come about.  In this particular example, I can see the threat of Ai overtaking humanity being "solved" by the cybernetic merger of man and machine.  The effort to "keep up" with the pace set by machine intelligence would lead to things such as implantable brainchips or some other form of cognitive "enhancement".  Cue Kevin Warwick!  When people are frightened they are willing to compromise. This gives institutions that saw these problems coming a distinct advantage in terms of leading the way, because they are prepared. (see: problem, reaction, solution and Hegelian dialectics) In another sense, it seems that the average person truly wants the end of the world to come. From bible prophecy to constant terror programming such as this ABC piece, we have been inundated with stories of the end times. There is so much going on now that it overwhelms the psyche. Instead of dealing with what appears to be an unstoppable force, most choose to give up. To accept the end of the world and go about their business.  

What if we decided to actually confront our problems?  To at least try to deal with what is happening instead of choosing to role over and die.  What would happen?  If it actually were the end of the world, then what is there to lose?  

Don't settle for easy answers, and don't cop out on your own life.  Do something.  

No End in Sight

by:  Aaron Franz
transalchemy.com

A clip from ABC's "Last Days on Earth" which talks about Ai. This is one of many disaster pieces which plays on the theme of armageddon. There are so many of these programs, not to mention disaster movies that people are beginning to think that the end of the world is a foregone conclusion. This media trend disturbs me greatly. The end of the world is not coming, however, we ARE heading into a time of troubles, an "Age of Transitions." Many government documents are written in preparation of this. In these reports converging technology and its exponential growth factor are frequently coupled with predictions of societal breakdown at a global level.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxevYaKc8-I

The potential for disaster is indeed rising, and surprisingly it seems to be desired. In one sense, disaster could lead society to a point in which a radical change could come about.  In this particular example, I can see the threat of Ai overtaking humanity being "solved" by the cybernetic merger of man and machine.  The effort to "keep up" with the pace set by machine intelligence would lead to things such as implantable brainchips or some other form of cognitive "enhancement".  Cue Kevin Warwick!  When people are frightened they are willing to compromise. This gives institutions that saw these problems coming a distinct advantage in terms of leading the way, because they are prepared. (see: problem, reaction, solution and Hegelian dialectics) In another sense, it seems that the average person truly wants the end of the world to come. From bible prophecy to constant terror programming such as this ABC piece, we have been inundated with stories of the end times. There is so much going on now that it overwhelms the psyche. Instead of dealing with what appears to be an unstoppable force, most choose to give up. To accept the end of the world and go about their business.  

What if we decided to actually confront our problems?  To at least try to deal with what is happening instead of choosing to role over and die.  What would happen?  If it actually were the end of the world, then what is there to lose?  

Don't settle for easy answers, and don't cop out on your own life.  Do something.  

My Riddles

Dear Antz Particleion Is Hacking your Universe (live)

I will give your universe/Mind back to you if you answer my riddles.

Call your answers in!

(305) 735-9490

A) Is your universe real?

B) Are you real?

C) Who currently has {source}?

D) What is {Root}?

When you got the answer email it to

Key.universe@gmail.com

and I will give you back your universe assuming your right ;-)

Rules subject to change but will be posted.

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! It will be Billions of years till I let you just have it... Till then I urge you try to get your key back.