Gaming Our Lives: Pay For Success Finance

Guns & Butter investigates the relationships among capitalism, militarism and politics. Maintaining a radical perspective in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks, Bonnie Faulkner reports on who wins and who loses when the economic resources of civil society are diverted toward global corporatization, war, and the furtherance of a national security state. I was a […]

Spiritful Revocation of Consent at Concentric Sky: We Are Not Data Bits

“We persist in a shared vision of love, compassion, kindness, and collaboration for the good of all.” Ann I’ve been doing revocations of consent since last summer when I drove back from South Dakota with an armful of sage and a prayerful conviction to speak the truth and refuse this anti-life techno-fascist program from a […]

Los Angeles Schools Embrace Microsoft’s “Daily Pass” QR Health Portal

This past week many people on social media have been expressing concern about a video promoting the Los Angeles Unified School District’s adoption of a health-screening data portal that was developed by Microsoft in partnership with Anthem Health, the country’s largest membership health system. Anthem is affiliated with Blue Cross Blue Shield in fourteen states. […]

How Engineered Pandemics And Poverty Profit The Elite – Truthiverse Interview, October 2020

Alison McDowell is an independent activist, researcher and blogger who has a laser beam focus on what and who is behind the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Great Reset and what the future entails if the Technocrats get their way. If you want to know what the bigger agenda behind the pandemic is this is a great […]

Thingification II – Talking With Tom Cowan About “The Game”

This is a follow up to my previous piece on the Utah teapot and thingification. Last week I had the good fortune to spend an hour talking with Tom Cowan about the nature of this “game” in which we find ourselves. We’re being “thingified,” pushed into a mixed reality simulation. In order for capitalism to […]

On Teapots, Leaderboards and Thingification – Remembering Dr. King

Since I’ve gotten back from Salt Lake City, I’ve been thinking a lot about how the Utah teapot, mixed reality, and “thingification” intersect. I didn’t quite know how to write about it until a few days ago when someone in Wisconsin asked if I would present to their group. That led me to revisit some […]

The Cry Of The Mothers – At Wharton Business School

First, I’d like to extend an invitation to anyone in the Philadelphia area to join us for soup and bread on Sunday February 28, 2021 from 1-4pm. It’s just some informal socializing by the wood stove. I’m planning vegan mushroom soup and beef chili with a challah from the local CSA. BYOB or anything else […]

A Silicon Slopes Future – The Internet of Bodies And Impact Investing Along the Wasatch Front

Last week I travelled to Salt Lake City, UT. In addition to presenting to a few local groups, I visited seventeen locations in the region that have ties to human capital finance, educational technology, faith institutions, surveillance, and the Internet of Bodies via sensors, 5G, genomics, and bioinformatics. It was a veritable “Disneyland” of social […]