Chinese science fiction.
The next big thing?
Compromised capital, and capital without being.
Deontologistics on computational Kantianism (video).
Spontaneous AI crypto-competence.
Morality without romance.
African attitudes to Chinese influence.
Cyberfeminism and Xenofeminism chat (leaves definite impression the former was more market-friendly).
Arctogaia Manifesto (Marxist-Duginist).
Drinking with Bacon.
Social Ecologies explores abstract horror.
Coming next (for cities).
When politics goes insane.
Pete Wolfendale in conversation.
An egalitarian altruist case for Christianity.
Lenny Bruce (edgelord).
Marx’s Capital online.
Why retro-causality makes sense.
Nice work if you can get it.
The coming Shenzhen?
China shrugs at whitewash on the wall.
Abstract eroticism, synthetic seduction, and creepy families.
Is there anything π can’t do?
H.P. Lovecraft wrote a parody of The Wasteland. (More on H.P.L., and Žižek.)
Why Stranger Things works.
What was Vaporwave?
The Black Circuit.
Cyberfeminist time warp.
Dark (and darker).
John Gray on Gareth Stedman Jones’ Karl Marx: Greatness and Illusion.
Beyond face recognition.
Xenaudio updates (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9). Related.
WeChat is a big deal.
Money (and other fictions).
Not yet a Debord coloring-book, but the next best thing.