Technopoly. Technesis. Techgnosis. Telecosm. If nothing else, the Internet age has ushered in a host of neologisms. A Greek root here, a Greek root there and, presto, the English language expands to describe things that didn’t exist a decade ago.
How to Live When Life and Death Are Not Real
The two forces have assembled, ready to engage in battle. The sides are split, bitter, but they are also linked by blood. Brother prepares to kill brother. Surveying the field, Prince Arjuna is stricken with doubt and sadness.
Gotterdammerung at the Shopping Center
The American mall, circa 1980, will surely be remembered as one of the least appealing things that human beings have ever created. Aesthetically hollow, culturally enervating, spiritually draining, the suburban mall takes the American dream of happiness, community and affluence and perverts it.