Archive for Bowlby’s Battle

Ripping the Band-Aid Off of Tavistock and Mind Control

Note: Our server service is updating our server. These updates should be completed by January 16th, 2017. So, if BLT goes dark for a few hours or even days, not to be alarmed. Before we get started, I just want to say Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great holiday break. I know […]

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Truer Words: Philanthropists As Bridges Between Science and the Public

I recently finished reading a 1998 edited volume entitled A House Built on Sand: Exposing Postmodernist Myths About Science edited by Noretta Koertge. Each section of this book has a bit of introductory text. I’m assuming that these section introductions were written by Koertge but I’m not certain. For the purpose of this post I’ll […]

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What’s So Social About Machine Media? (2 of 2)

Welcome to part II of my two-part series designed to investigate the following overarching question: Out of all the media that have existed for thousands of years why do we frame digital machine media as being “social?” Here are two follow-up questions: Where has this “social” frame come from? Why has the social frame been […]

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UPDATE: Still Battling “Bowlby’s Battle for Round Earth”

Just a quick update to let you know that I am getting closer to hitting the PUBLISH button on the book project I announced in my April 27th, 2011, post. In my earlier post I announced that I was working on a book project entitled “Bowlby’s Battle for Round Earth.” For a description of this […]

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Announcing “Bowlby’s Battle for Round Earth”

My apologies. I wasn’t able to write a post for last week. I do have an excuse though. I’ve decided to take the plunge and write a self publish book. I was working on this new project all last week and lost track of time. Actually, the majority of the book is already written. The […]

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