Monthly Archives: November 2011

Presented without comment #26

‘About Twitter Limits (Update, API, DM and Following)‘ by Twitter Support. The current technical limits for accounts are: Direct Messages: 250 per day. Updates: 1,000 per day. The daily update limit is further broken down into smaller limits for semi-hourly … Continue reading

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Audio: Neuroscience, Technospectacularism and the Mind

On Wednesday the 9th of November I presented a paper to the Knowledge/Culture/Social Change International Conference at UWS Parramatta. The title of my paper was “Neuroscience, Technospectacularism and the Mind” and I recorded my talk which you can listen to … Continue reading

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Recommended watching: Bundled, Buried & Behind Closed Doors

A little bit short and lite on, but hints at important points worth some further thinking about.

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Presented without comment #25

‘Full Cost Accounting & the B53‘ by Jeffrey Lewis at Arms Control Wonk. It turns out that the nuclear weapons complex simply doesn’t do “full cost accounting.”  If you build a municipal solid waste facility, for example, the “back end” … Continue reading

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