An Isolation Odyssey by Lydia Cambron via Jason Kottke.
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FIVE HUNDRED AND FIVE
From Folding Beijing, by Hao Jingfang, translated by Ken Liu. The folding city was divided into three spaces. One side of the earth was First Space, population five million. Their allotted time lasted from six o’clock in the morning to six o’clock the next morning. Then the space went to sleep, and the earth flipped.Continue reading “FIVE HUNDRED AND FIVE”
FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FOUR
From RM Vaughan’s interview with Paul Vermeersch about Self Defence for the Brave and Happy. RM Vaughan: The book moves effortlessly between prophetic pronouncements and intimate, personal observations. Is it a goal of the book to conflate the two in order to make the reader more keenly aware that we live in prophetic times? PaulContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FOUR”
FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE
From Henry Farrell‘s “Philip K. Dick and the Fake Humans.” Standard utopias and standard dystopias are each perfect after their own particular fashion. We live somewhere queasier—a world in which technology is developing in ways that make it increasingly hard to distinguish human beings from artificial things. The world that the Internet and social mediaContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE”
TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY SEVEN
Crumbs, “Ethiopia’s first post-apocalyptic sci-fi film,” looks magical.
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY SEVEN
Simon Stålenhag‘s art just blows me away: doing this kind of sci-fi driven artwork with traditional media feels so lush and cinematic.