Thursday, June 24, 2004 - "...She swears too fucking much, reads any book that falls into her hands and always has music playing. Her favourite colours are lavender and red and she loves receiving gerberas or tulips. She also loves that smell right before it rains and wears Lolita Lempicka perfume... Nikita is a night person and will destroy any alarm clocks that go off while she is sleeping. Spiders are not her friend, neither are Hospitals or Doctors. She prefers people who aren’t fake and don’t bullshit her."

Saturday, June 19, 2004

DOGMA - previously Gnosis.

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

FuturePundit - "Future technological trends and their likely effects on human society, politics and evolution."

Monday, June 14, 2004 - "Pronounced VAY-dunna. What is vedana? It's a Pali word..."

After graduating from college in 2001 I traveled around the world for a year or so. I settled down in the SF Bay Area in 2003 and joined the awesome Blogger team at Google — You Power Blogger!

Sunday, June 13, 2004

FREECULTURE.ORG - What is "Free Culture?" Perhaps one could begin by asking, what does a free culture look like? If you like our answers to that question, or at least find them intriguing, then maybe you'll be interested in reading our attempts at nailing down some concrete parts of a definition of free culture. Like everything else on this site, it is a work in progress... feel free to contribute!

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

HOKAI's BLOGUE - "whatever new forms of spirituality arise in 21st century, they will hopefully be more inclusive and informed than anything extant. be they buddhist, christian, jewish, hindu, muslim or post-denominational, contemporary contemplatives must do their best to give rise to a new wave of mysticism, deeply involved with the living and evolving universe."

Friday, June 04, 2004

Integral Awakening - "consciousness unfolding in the blogosphere" - "The ‘You write too much – shut up and blog!’ Version: This blog is dedicated to the awakening of integral within others and myself. On a relative level, we are constantly unfolding, sometimes slowly, other times quickly, sometimes consciously, sometimes unconsciously. What’s important is do this with as much awareness as possible, in the most comprehensive way – this literally affects who we are and how we engage the world, including: emotional well-being, spiritual practice, relationships, sex, humor, ethics, physical health, business, politics, education, etc. Integral provides us with the most comprehensive and inclusive map of the world’s truths from which we can begin to consciously embrace life."

APOPHENIA - "making connections where none previously existed" - "My name is danah boyd and i'm a Ph.D. student at SIMS - UC Berkeley. I'm interested in how people manage social contexts and adjust their presentation of self accordingly; i'm particularly fascinated by the tension between the social and technology that supports it. This blog is my attempt to collapse a lot of my contexts in a public way. More precisely, it operates as a collection, revealing the variety of topics that i'm invested in thinking about, from social software to drug policy reform to gender theory."

GOETHEA - "An Online Notebook -- ...The idea is that it is a better place to put my thoughts than in old emails that will sit in personal folders on various corporate servers until I switch jobs, at which time they will vanish into the digital ether."

Thursday, June 03, 2004

HOLOSYNCHRONICITY - "Holosynchronicity is a kosmic wormhole into the world of binaural beat technology. But as its name implies, this site will focus on the product known as Holosync."

Numinous Non-Sense - " Sitting at home with the flu, I decided to finally jump on the blog-bandwagon and begin the treacherous practice of blogging. Why you ask? Well, for the past 2 years or so, I haven't found a healthy medium for discussing or "unloading" any of the experiences I've had concerning spiritual practice. Everytime I have an opportunity to do so, I find it's like an uncomfortable explosion of material that comes bursting from my mouth, always threatening to overcome the unsuspecting listener. I can't tell you how uncomfortable that is (for either of us)."

Wednesday, June 02, 2004

HUMANICIDE - "A draft essay. A 21st Century Risk Profile For Humanity: Setting Priorities In The Face Of Global Predicaments."

"This blog is essentially a cheapskates way of getting a recently written essay online for people to comment on.

Its broken into sections, it’s a first draft, and its going to be re-written for publication (hopefully;) The contents are on the side bar to the right - I think it might help some people to read it in order, although you don't have to;) The notes and references aren't linked within the text sorry, but they are numbered, and some of the notes are extensive (for those who like clarity;)"

Tuesday, June 01, 2004

Anamnesis - "Anamnesis is a term by Plato and means Recollection. The concept can be related to Mouravieff's collection of B-influences, Kierkegaard's remembering forward, Jung's individuation process and Assagioli's psychosynthesis... the process of remembering the future."

MOBY.COM - "Born September 11, 1965 in Harlem, New York City. Given the legal name Richard Melville Hall. Given the nickname 'Moby' at birth due to having Herman Melville as an ancestor. Lived in a basement apartment in New York City with James Hall and Elizabeth Hall and 3 pet lab rats, a dog named Jamie, and a cat."