Pando

Paul Bradley Carr

  1. Abusing Ourselves To Death

    It’s tantalizing to wonder what Neil Postman would have made of the age of Social Media trolling as politics.

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    From the Disruption desk

  2. Now look at what they made us do

    By accident or design, Taylor Swift has captured America's political climate in a single catchy lyric.

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    From the Music desk

  3. Learning to escape: Pando goes to Magic LIVE (Part Two)

    In Trump’s America, the acquisition of knowledge as a way to bring yourself closer to your fellow man isn’t just an act of love, but of resistance.

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    From the "You know, for kids" desk

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    From the "You know, for kids" desk

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    From the Politics desk

  6. Silicon Valley, Donald Trump, "Joe & The Juice" and self-censorship as subversion

    In Trump’s America, the only language that is truly subversive is good language.

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    From the Dreams desk

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    From the Disruption desk

  8. America's next growth industry: Disconnectedness

    The luxury of a toothbrush without Bluetooth.

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    From the Disruption desk

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