CULTURE


Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Introducing People Kibble: A Free Webcomic Featuring John and Janice McAfee

Introducing People Kibble: A Free Webcomic Featuring John and Janice McAfee

At launch, the series will syndicate to pkibble.com and to the Steemit blockchain, with new kibbles released throughout the day, every day.

Friday, June 23, 2017
When Perception Becomes Reality, Get Your Flak Jacket On

When Perception Becomes Reality, Get Your Flak Jacket On

Reality isn't always what it appears to be, especially when someone is deliberately manipulating the presentation of it. What do you think you know?

Thursday, April 6, 2017
Fresh and Exclusive Culturally Recycled Haiku to Grow Your Brain

Fresh and Exclusive Culturally Recycled Haiku to Grow Your Brain

New website reiku.me offers fresh, never-before-seen reiku haiku multiple times daily.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
It is Time for Humanity to Eat Our Feedback

It is Time for Humanity to Eat Our Feedback

Formulaic Cultural Recycling could compete with human artists despite the shortcomings of AI.

Friday, September 23, 2016
Showtime: Send The Money To This Address

Showtime: Send The Money To This Address

For the past 30 years my life has been one long, tedious battle with the press.

Sunday, August 28, 2016
John McAfee: My Battle With Showtime

John McAfee: My Battle With Showtime

I have always had an adversarial relationship with the press. In spite of this I am, with a few exceptions, gracious with my interviews. The exceptions happen when reporters become rude or it is apparent that underhanded techniques are being used to "create" a story.

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Reason Magazine Editor Runs Off The Rails

Reason Magazine Editor Runs Off The Rails

In a piece published in Reason Magazine, editor Jacob Sullum laments the fate of Gawker Media and suggests that the outcome could have a chilling effect on journalism.

Monday, August 1, 2016
Too Bad Janice McAfee Never Gets Trolled Like This

Too Bad Janice McAfee Never Gets Trolled Like This

Far from shame, far from whispers, Janice McAfee's story is one of personal development, courage and ultimately triumph.