Coincidence Control Network, Episode 51: Moorish Tech Hacks


This week: Get off Facebook and read a book you dumbdumb, Why tech isn’t the solution to surveillance – you are, Bradley Manning’s fate, Blood surveillance a good thing?, The Moorish Americans are awesome, and Kentucky Alien gunfighters.

PersonnelJoe Nolan, Joseph Matheny, and Ken Eakins


Tech Hacks won’t fix our Big Brother issues – Link

The New Age of Algorithms – Link

Bradley Manning sentencing imminent Link

Predictors of Suicidal behaviour found in blood – Link

Moorish American’s – Link

Kentucky alien gunfight anniversary Link


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Joe Nolan was born under a bad sign on June 13th in Detroit, Michigan in the last Metal Year of the Dog. Polymath, provocateur, inter-media artist, his tell-tale signs have turned up in music, visual art, journalism, poetry, fiction, video and film. A double Gemini, his interests range from the pharmacology of phenomenology to fly fishing; from mysticism to mixed martial arts; from chaos science to chaos magick. Joe Nolan's Insomnia blog republishes to some of the most read counter-culture sites on the web and the Coincidence Control Network podcast which he hosts has been downloaded more than half-a-million times.He is recording his fourth CD in Nashville, Tennessee where he lives to the east of the Cumberland river on a little wooded lot dubbed Bohemian Walnut Grove.

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5 Comments on "Coincidence Control Network, Episode 51: Moorish Tech Hacks"

  1. David Crowe | Sep 4, 2013 at 8:23 am |

    Anyone ever read The Religion War by Scott Adams? He’s the guy who made Dilbert. Therein is a program one of the characters creates called the Giver of Data (G-o-D). It was an agent that went in and infected the whole net and copied itself over and over and planted itself everywhere. Without going into too much detail, it essentially fixes all the security issues mentioned in this podcast. Among other things…

  2. emperorreagan | Sep 4, 2013 at 10:19 am |

    I completely forgot about technoccult.

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