Kevin Spacey Of House Of Cards On Television Beyond Television

  In what I believe is a keynote address, Kevin Spacey addresses medium as message in respect to world of television. What caused me to write about this particular speech is his abstraction of physical device. As a web developer, responsive design and designing for an array of physical screens is never too far from Read the full article…

Steve Johnson’s ‘Interface Culture’ And Going Out Of Bounds With Modern Media

In Steven Johnson’s “Interface Culture: how New Technology Transforms The Way We Create And Communicate.”, he discusses how during mid-90s, television programming began to more critical programming. That this programming was critical in and of itself was not noteworthy, but that it was programming critical of programming. He points out that many of these new Read the full article…

Steven Johnson’s ‘Interface Culture’ And What If US Blacks Made Computers

While reading Steven Johnson’s book discussing confluence of creativity and engineering, art and technology, I came across a passage that made me think. In his book, “Interface Culture: How New Technology Transforms The Way We Create And Communicate.”, he writes:   What exactly is an interface anyway? In its simplest sense the word refers to Read the full article…

On US Black Class Disconnects

Something that I thought about this morning after pondering this piece about that ‘professional colored’ being mistaken for a service worker was how these roles(poles?) of concern have shifted. Civil Rights seems to have caused our focus to be fighting for right to be violators of other people’s human dignity, not sustainers of human dignity Read the full article…

Cry Babies In Professional Pampers: My Thoughts On Rigoberto Gonz├ílez’s ‘Bittersweet’

Some of these times I think there is a danger in this cry baby form of coping with being a US non-Whyte. That is to say, being in a race that is not a definer of which race sits on top of a nation’s social and economic stratification. There is this tendency for even those Read the full article…

[Editorial]03-24-2017{Why I Am Willing To Pay A Monthly Subscription To Twitter}

So, a day or so ago, I read this article about Twitter adding premium subscription fees to their robust, feature-packed user interface, Tweetdeck. As a user of Tweetdeck, needlessly to say, a power-user, I have absolutely no problem with paying a reasonable cover charge to access this feature-rich package. That is, granted Twitter provides a Read the full article…

Dave Chappelle’s Netflix Special::: The Age Of Spin[Full Video]

60 Minutes && H1-B Visas: Media Spin Or Real Concern For Job Loss???

Revolutionaries Do Not Believe In Social Mobility

I do not want this to be an attack on assimilists. I do not want this to be misinterpreted as an attack on those seeking social mobility in these United States. What I intend for these words to accomplish is an understanding that those who are not involved in a successful revolution, but use terms Read the full article…

Devon Carbado & Mitu Gulati’s ‘Acting White’, Working Identity, And Negotiation As Assimilation

For most people reading this, it should be known that I grew up in St. Louis, Misery. Do not feel bad about that, I now reside in comfy and cozy Baltimore, MD. No, that is actually an upgrade. I kid, well, slightly. Given that I spent most of my life in an area I do Read the full article…