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http://www.drop-dropbox.com/surveillance.html  

For an alternative I’ve come to enjoy, check out Bittorent Sync

CHARLES TRAUB - DOLCE VIA: ITALY IN THE 1980S 

The Machine - 2013

Worth a watch if you’re interested in human-machine relationships.

(Source: youtube.com)

I appear to live in:

"THE LEFT COAST. A Chile-shaped nation wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade and Coast mountains, the Left Coast was originally colonized by two groups: New Englanders (merchants, missionaries, and woodsmen who arrived by sea and dominated the towns) and Appalachian midwesterners (farmers, prospectors, and fur traders who generally arrived by wagon and controlled the countryside). Yankee missionaries tried to make it a “New England on the Pacific,” but were only partially successful. Left Coast culture is a hybrid of Yankee utopianism and Appalachian self-expression and exploration—traits recognizable in its cultural production, from the Summer of Love to the iPad. The staunchest ally of Yankeedom, it clashes with Far Western sections in the interior of its home states." 

Map by Colin Woodard, author of American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America
See more at: http://www.tufts.edu/alumni/magazine/fall2013/features/up-in-arms.html

I appear to live in:

"THE LEFT COAST. A Chile-shaped nation wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade and Coast mountains, the Left Coast was originally colonized by two groups: New Englanders (merchants, missionaries, and woodsmen who arrived by sea and dominated the towns) and Appalachian midwesterners (farmers, prospectors, and fur traders who generally arrived by wagon and controlled the countryside). Yankee missionaries tried to make it a “New England on the Pacific,” but were only partially successful. Left Coast culture is a hybrid of Yankee utopianism and Appalachian self-expression and exploration—traits recognizable in its cultural production, from the Summer of Love to the iPad. The staunchest ally of Yankeedom, it clashes with Far Western sections in the interior of its home states."

Map by Colin Woodard, author of American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America

See more at: http://www.tufts.edu/alumni/magazine/fall2013/features/up-in-arms.html

John F. Hylan, Mayor of NYC, 1922

"The real menace of our Republic is the invisible government, which like a giant octopus sprawls its slimy legs over our cities, states and nation. To depart from mere generalizations, let me say that at the head of this octopus are the Rockefeller-Standard Oil interests and a small group of powerful banking houses generally referred to as the international bankers. The little coterie of powerful international bankers virtually run the United States government for their own selfish purposes.

They practically control both parties, write political platforms, make catspaws of party leaders, use the leading men of private organizations, and resort to every device to place in nomination for high public office only such candidates as will be amenable to the dictates of corrupt big business.

These international bankers and Rockefeller-Standard Oil interests control the majority of the newspapers and magazines in this country. They use the columns of these papers to club into submission or drive out of office public officials who refuse to do the bidding of the powerful corrupt cliques which compose the invisible government. It operates under cover of a self-created screen [and] seizes our executive officers, legislative bodies, schools, courts, newspapers and every agency created for the public protection.”

A Multi-Layered Display with Water Drops (by pcbarnum)

19th St., San Francisco.

palmandlaser:

Guy Billout (1984)

palmandlaser:

Guy Billout (1984)

(via heatnap)

Valencia, SF

Valencia, SF

Nespresso + Washed Out + two redhead twins

Valencia Street, San Francisco 

Valencia Street, San Francisco 

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