show #239: ruth kemp + jessica west on translation

  we are talking translation today – from video games to literary fiction – with ruth ahmedzai kemp and jessica west. wonderful show with live audience for the first time: lightsabers and snowballs were thrown all the while bristol vr lab controlled the tech aspect tightly. consequently we had great content delivered with a bit…

show #238: radicalized by cory doctorow

happy 2020 dear listeners. we are back with the first show of the new year in a “radicalized” fashion = activist and writer [co-editor of boingboing] cory doctorow is our guest today and we are discussing his latest book of the same name: “radicalized” tells of predictive policing, proprietary bread, a superhero facing anti-immigrant sentiment…

show #237: a look back at the sansar beginning …

last show of the season, we are taking off into real life documentary filming land & holidays and and and we leave you, dear listener with a  replay of show 81: a talk with second lifers and outside slers about … yes: sansar = hopes, dreams, fears… fascinating what we anticipated back in august 2015…

show #236: infinite detail

tim maughan is a british-born author, journalist & artist, now based in canada,  and he penned a powerful debut novel with “infinite detail”. drax is obsessed with the ar/vr component of it and the deep questions about surveillance capitalism, classism, urban gentrification & art/music as savior of humanity are just icing[s] on the cake. want…