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Warhol Was Wrong – Salinger Was Right

Andy Warhol was a famous artist during the mid to late part of the 20th century. I guess we can call him an artist. Maybe he was more of an anti-artist. He painted soup cans and photocopied images of uber-famous … Continue reading

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Eternal Life For Pennies A Day

In the future, we’ll all be famous for 15 minute eternities. We will live on, in digital form, as long as artificial intelligence, computers, and our robot overlords allow us. This is a new phenomenon. Thousands of years ago, it … Continue reading

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