Articles by Kowality Jesus




It seems China is employing an electronic system to quantify how patriotic (i.e. obedient) its citizens are to the state. It takes the form of a game, and is based on real world data. It measures the patriotic merit of what you purchase online and post on social-media


Australian journalist Mike Dowson has an excellent article asking why the massive wealth and productivity gained through technological innovation in the past 100 years hasn’t translated into a universal 120 days of…



Moire patterns. The bane of any digital artists existence. A moire is a essentially an interference pattern. A phenomenon produced when similar patterns are overlaid but slightly offset. Tadashi Tokieda, the director of studies…



Highly nationalistic, highly Catholic, Polish people stand in stark contrast to many of their European neighbors when confronted with the prospect of Muslim immigration.  Some might note that Jozef Pilsudski, who was…


Zachary Crockett via Priceonomics: In early 2014, renowned painter and photographer Richard Prince picked up his iPhone and began scrolling through other people’s photos on Instagram. When the 66-year-old would find a picture…








Somewhere high on the list of “things they don’t want you to know” lies the damning information surrounding the murder of Michael Hastings. Benjamin Wallace via NYMag from 2013: At the end…