Requiem For Nanny

By Valkyrie Ice, posted on Oct 22, 2012

I have often been asked why I desire to live indefinitely. I’ve been told by many that they simply cannot understand why I would want to continue living when the world is so full of pain. And in some ways, I can see their point. Life is sadness, it is pain, and it is suffering. […]

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Your Friday MONDO: Brain Nuggets From High Frontiers #3 — 1987 (MONDO 2000 History Project Entry #35

By R.U. Sirius, posted on Oct 19, 2012

More pull quotes… this time from High Frontiers issue #3 for you to chew over HF: What’s it like being God? Rosalie Blue: It’s like Doonesbury suddenly getting up off the paper and seeing that he’s always been flat.   They had to have a new domestic enemy and, of course, drugs are the perfect […]

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Steal This Singularity: Entry #1

By R.U. Sirius, posted on Oct 17, 2012

It was at the end of the first day of the Singularity Summit 2012 when Ben Popper — the dude from The Verge who I’d spoken to by phone — approached.  “What do you think?” he asked.  “It’s been pretty interesting,” I responded earnestly.  The absence of a superlative was perhaps telling, but I was […]

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New Dimensions For Your Halloween Costume

By Valkyrie Ice, posted on Oct 15, 2012

Well, Halloween is right around the corner, and today I just can’t bring myself to be serious. So, in my daily combing through technology developments, I came across a few small, almost frivolous pieces of technology that actually go quite a ways towards developing that “morphologically free” future I spend so much time discussing. The […]

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Your Friday MONDO: Nuggets — Pull Quotes from High Frontiers Issue #2 (MONDO 2000 History Project Entry #34)

By R.U. Sirius, posted on Oct 12, 2012

  More nuggets from High Frontiers for your weekend pleasure    The hydrogen bomb (was) the flash of the first synapse of an etheric brain which is extended temporally as well as spatially   Robin Hoor Khuit   Everyone was looking at Ram Dass like he must be the Magus riding out of the north.  Peter Stafford   […]

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Mutant Glory: The MONDO Moment (MONDO 2000 History Project Entry #33)

By R.U. Sirius, posted on Oct 09, 2012

While I mostly employ a playful, self-deprecating voice throughout the upcoming epic combined memoir and as-told-to history of MONDO 2000, I’ve been advised that — somewhere toward the beginning of the book — I should let people know just how brightly the MONDO star shined .  Here then is a segment from the chapter, “Mutant Glory: […]

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