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Salvage | Bleak is the new red.
"Salvage is a quarterly of revolutionary arts and letters. Salvage is edited and written by and for the desolated Left, by and for those committed to radical change, sick of capitalism and its sadisms, and sick too of the Left’s bad faith and bullshit. "
magazine  journal  leftism  salvage  approximation 
january 2018 by tsuomela
Logic Magazine
"We are a print magazine about technology that publishes three times per year, with a small digital footprint."
magazine  technology 
december 2017 by tsuomela
The Technoskeptic | Home
"The Technoskeptic is an online magazine exploring the intersection of technology and society from a humanistic perspective. Our aim is to create awareness, act as a resource, build community, and change culture."
magazine  technology  technology-critique  humanism 
january 2016 by tsuomela
Aeon Magazine – the digital magazine of ideas and culture
"Aeon is an online magazine about nature, culture and ideas. We launched in London in September 2012, championing bold thinking and fine writing. Every weekday we publish a long-form essay, free to all."
magazine  online  science  culture  ideas 
october 2013 by tsuomela
New Escapologist
"New Escapologist is a magazine for white-collar functionaries with escape on the brain. Drawing from philosophy, literature and original humour; we discuss practical escape routes from the present-day predicaments of demeaning work, status anxiety and urban lethargy. Each issue is a compendium of funny and practical essays on the subject of escape. We promote freedom, anarchy and the absurd."
magazine  online  work  labor  time  escapism  vacation 
february 2013 by tsuomela
Ensia
"Ensia is a magazine and event series showcasing environmental solutions in action. Powered by the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota, we connect people who can change the world with the ideas and inspiration they need to do so."
science  magazine  events  environment  school(UMinnesota) 
february 2013 by tsuomela
U.S. Intellectual History: The Baffler Round Table, Entry #3: Keith Woodhouse
"The new Baffler has a more difficult task. At a time when the Left is energized, or at least paying attention, and when everyone has a blog to stand on and shout from, it’s not clear what street corner The Baffler is laying claim to. It’s worth pointing out, for instance, the disappointment behind both Silicon Valley’s successes and the glamour of the creative class, and The Baffler does this as well as anyone. But fables of techno-utopia are not nearly as hegemonic as were the fantasies of post-industrial society in the 1990s. For every celebration of the latest dot-com there is another weary sigh that the internet, in the end, is just a massive waste of time. "
review  magazine  technology  politics 
may 2012 by tsuomela
Jacobin a magazine of culture and polemic
Jacobin is a magazine of culture and polemic that Edmund Burke ceaselessly berates on his Twitter page. Each of our issue’s contents are pored over in taverns and other houses of ill-repute and best enjoyed with a well-shaken can of lukewarm beer.
magazine 
august 2011 by tsuomela
STIR
"The reason for the existence of this magazine is the self-evident need to move beyond the idea of critique as a catalogue of crises and problems by producing and referring to various social groups and community’s strategies that will inspire and en-courage us to surmount the particular challenges we face. To be clear, this is not to say that we should stop speaking about the catastrophe that capitalism plainly is but that while it is of key importance to begin with a restatement and review of the problem and clearly announce new problems as they arise, this is our starting point and not where we come to rest."
magazine  periodicals  politics  protests  future 
april 2011 by tsuomela
The Paper
Comments on the student protests in Great Britain.
periodicals  magazine  protests  country(UK)  academic  country(GreatBritain) 
april 2011 by tsuomela
21C Magazine
William Gibson, Mark Dery, JG Ballard...
magazine  culture  theory  21c  literature  future  criticism  critical-theory 
january 2011 by tsuomela
The Smart Set
The Smart Set is an online magazine covering culture and ideas, arts and science, global and national affairs — everything from literature to shopping, medicine to sports, philosophy to food. The Smart Set strives to present big ideas on the small, the not-so-small, and the everyday.
online  magazine  literature  ideas  culture  arts  science  writing 
january 2011 by tsuomela
MIT Press Journals - World Policy Journal - Fall 2010
Is there, as
World Policy Journal suggests in every issue, a truly global network of creativity—not
only in the written word, but in art, drama, music, film, television and beyond? The
answers arrived and the results, we believe, will surprise and entertain. For the first time
in our quarter century as a publication, we consider poetry, music, painting, internet art,
film from Nigeria, plays from Peru—the entire gamut of human creativity—to arrive at
the conclusion we suspected from the start: That today, for perhaps the first time in human
history, a Global Canon has arrived.
magazine  journal  creativity  canon  global  globalization  art  literature 
september 2010 by tsuomela
Text of Remarks on "Re-Imagining University Science Media" : Framing Science
Matthew Nisbet remarks to University Research Magazine Association. "The shift over the past decade has been away from a transmission and science literacy model to a view focused on public engagement, which means empowering, enabling, motivating, informing, and educating the public around not just the technical but also the political and social dimensions of science....but remembering what the public does with the acquired knowledge, motivation, skills, and resources and how they participate on the issue, is up to them."
science  communication  journalism  media  academic  publicity  publishing  framing  magazine 
july 2010 by tsuomela
Lightspeed Magazine | Science Fiction Short Stories Weekly edited by John Joseph Adams
Lightspeed is a new online magazine that will focus exclusively on science fiction. Here you can expect to see all types of science fiction, from near-future, sociological soft sf, to far-future, star-spanning hard sf, and anything and everything in between. No subject will be considered off-limits, and we encourage our writers to take chances with their fiction and push the envelope. We will bring you a mix of originals and reprints, and will be featuring a variety of authors—from the bestsellers and award-winners you already know to the best new voices you haven’t heard of yet. So when you read Lightspeed, my hope is that you’ll see where science fiction comes from, where it is now, and where it’s going.
sf  magazine  fiction  non-fiction  online  publisher  writing 
june 2010 by tsuomela
Welcome to The Journal of Commerce Online | Journal of Commerce
The Journal of Commerce
Through its publications, Web sites, and data services, UBM Global Trade is the leading supplier of business information for people involved in transporting goods and commodities in the United States and internationally. Its publications and online services include The Journal of Commerce, The Journal of Commerce Online, PIERS Global Intelligence Solutions, Directory of U.S. Exporters/Importers, Official Export Guide, U.S. Custom House Guide, and Transportation Telephone Tickler.
news  business  magazine  transportation  commerce  finance  journal  shipping  logistics  economics 
may 2010 by tsuomela
SciDAC Review - Home Page
The SciDAC Review is a quarterly magazine that will share SciDAC projects, news, and achievements.
science  computing  data-management  scientific  management  data  government  project(Utenn)  research  journal  magazine  e-science 
april 2010 by tsuomela
EnlightenNext - Evolutionary Enlightenment, Awakening Consciousness
EnlightenNext is dedicated to catalyzing evolution in consciousness and culture. We strive to be leaders, examples, and pathfinders in the emerging field of integral and evolutionary spirituality, and to stand for the ultimate relevance of spiritual enlightenment in our time. Through our integrated annual cycle of programs and events and our award-winning publications, we are awakening, connecting, and cultivating a global movement of “evolutionaries”—individuals who feel personally responsible for creating the future.
magazine  evolution  enlightenment  myths  story  consciousness  integral 
february 2010 by tsuomela
MinnLawyer blog
from the publishers of Minnesota Lawyer.
weblog-group  magazine  law  legal  minnesota  business 
february 2010 by tsuomela
Aspen: The multimedia magazine in a box
This is a web version of Aspen, a multimedia magazine of the arts published by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971. Each issue came in a customized box filled with booklets, phonograph recordings, posters, postcards — one issue even included a spool of Super-8 movie film. It's all here.
magazine  history  art  criticism  1960s  1970s  archive  culture  literature  writing 
february 2010 by tsuomela
GOVERNING
GOVERNING connects America's leaders by providing intelligence and analysis on management, policy and politics to help guide and inspire innovative leaders across state and local government.
politics  economics  media  government  magazine  state  local  management  leadership  governance  political-science 
february 2010 by tsuomela
Taking Flight - Economist.com
Introduction of a new column (Schumpeter) focused on business and innovation. "But anti-business sentiment is not as pervasive as it once was, thanks to the Thatcher-Reagan revolution and the collapse of communism. Instead there is new irritation to contend with—the blandification of business."
magazine  journalism  economics  business  innovation 
september 2009 by tsuomela
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