For the foods we chow down on every day, labels and nutrient values do not tell us enough […]
I adjust my non-existent headphones and I add castanets, maracas, timbales, and I try to change the beat
Easily Fooled, by H. Nigel Thomas Guernica Editions, 2021, 293 pages It does not matter how sharp and […]
In this significant departure from the beaten path by our editorial board, we chose to dispense with the “theme statement”
Globalization, as a phase of capitalist mutation, received a punch in the face from COVID-19.
In the past couple of years, we have all discussed and dissected, with intensity, the man-made climatological changes […]
When we say first principles, we claim we are going down to the basics. To a fundamental truth. Being […]
Beliefs and affiliations There are many people who relate the concept of “class” to level of income. This is […]
In response to a three-page critique of the film by Boots Riley, the first point I want to […]
Man on a Rocking Chair in San Juan In San Juan I found a man rocking on his balcony, […]
Sometime in 1976, Jean Baudrillard, the French philosopher, suggested that saturating the media with carefully selected flash news disables […]
Such systems are attempting to learn to recognize and identify voices, images, vocal tones and facial expressions, and develop a response that will go beyond a databank-based response system.
Having played Hitler,Nixon and a range of serial killers and social screw-ups, and Picasso, for that matter, the aura surrounding his presence in a frame shot is devilishly complete.
Like worms in the soil, we love to slide and wriggle down this wonderful rectilinear cement-way of uniformity.
Perhaps the notion that indigenous people living on reservations should have the same constitutional right to clean drinking water as non-indigenous people has not really dawned on the city people!