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The Indecisive Cartographer

The Indecisive Cartographer

This is the latest in a series of articles and illustrations from our new special edition publication New Cartography.  The magazine offers readers a fresh and alternative take on mapping the urban environment […]
Alex Salmond: The Charismatic Leader

Alex Salmond: The Charismatic Leader

Entering the New Year with a swag bag of political awards, the Scottish Robin Hood, Alex Salmond is out for yet more fragments of British power to piece together his […]
Gaddafi Live: a symptom of the mass media’s immorality?

Gaddafi Live: a symptom of the mass media’s immorality?

Pock-marked by rebel bullets, Muammar Gaddafi’s televised body signalled the end of Libya’s ideological incarceration. His demise was globalism’s version of the public execution, where LCD panels became the world’s […]
Capitalism's New Clothes: Enterprise, Ethics and Enjoyment in Times of Crisis

Capitalism’s New Clothes: Enterprise, Ethics and Enjoyment in Times of Crisis

Colin Cremin’s book is ambitious and pertinent. Using Hans Christian Anderson’s short tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes, the author looks to prove that our consciousness of modernity is essentially false; […]
A Sociable Death

A Sociable Death

The subject of death isn’t likely to bring joy to people’s hearts. I can imagine the rolling of your eyes as you see the title, followed by the immediate journey […]
The Past in Us

The Past in Us

In a passage of Douglas Coupland’s novel Generation A the author envisions a time when the spoken and written word becomes too efficient for use on earth. In this world, […]
Two People, Same Mind

Two People, Same Mind

The mind is king of an infinite space, where each person is very much their own God. In thought, a person can murder, rape and pillage with no repercussion, save […]