"Official disclosure will most likely emerge in either of two scenarios. One is that President Obama will announce the existence of extraterrestrial visitors, and describe one or more of these to the world. This scenario is supported by Peterson, Wilcock, and my own confidential sources. The second scenario is that an announcement will be made concerning the discovery of artificial structures at the moon’s South Pole, as revealed by the LCROSS mission. This scenario is supported by Hoagland. Which ever of the above scenarios is used for announcing the existence of extraterrestrial life or technology, President Obama will figure prominently. Behind the scenes, powerful institutions are ensuring that nothing derails the planned disclosure announcement. The disclosure will follow upon a year of greater government openness on UFOs in accord with a policy secretly developed at the United Nations. If extraterrestrial disclosure does occur at the end of 2009 or early 2010, President Obama will lead an unprecedented effort to promote global governance through the United Nations."
Monday, 26 October 2009
Sunday, 25 October 2009
"Iowa City police are investigating an early morning assault in which a man accused another of being a zombie, then punched him twice. Police said the assault occurred at 1:17 a.m. Sunday at an Iowa City restaurant south of the University of Iowa campus. A man was ordering food when he was approached by another man who called him a zombie, then hit him in the eye. When the victim tried to call police on his cell phone, the man punched him again, breaking his nose."
Saturday, 24 October 2009
Friday, 23 October 2009
"Keyword research does not carry with it the same ambiguity about numbers that social media experts must struggle with, instead a comprehensive survey can be made of precisely what has been searched for and said about a given keyword in exhaustive detail. This research can provide a precise map within which your message can be placed. Information retrieval is a social issue, and the internet is a series of nested, interlocking file sharing networks. With the right search term research you can be sure you’re maximizing your exposure across the net. Our comprehensive brief may highlight opportunities for communication around your keyword. This process often shows areas of competition and trends that otherwise slip by unnoticed."
"On a personal note, working with transmedia projects is my passion, be they my own projects or a larger community-scale event, be they corporate clients or a regional band. Ideally I will have the skills to work with political campaigns, non-profit media outreaches, or entertainment ventures that rely on transmedia approaches to convey new mythologies. This is the foundation for the research I’ve put into my own writing, and our relationship with media as an extension of ourselves, especially as it relates to our belief systems, consumes the balance of my current philosophical fugues."
Thursday, 22 October 2009
"Leif Harmsen, once a Facebook user, now crusades against it. Having dismissed his mother’s snap judgment of the site (“Facebook is the devil”), Harmsen now passionately agrees. He says, not entirely in jest, that he considers it a repressive regime akin to North Korea, and sells T-shirts with the words “Shut Your Facebook.” What especially galls him is the commercialization and corporate regulation of personal and social life. As Facebook endeavors to be the Web’s headquarters — to compete with Google, in other words, and to make money from the information it gathers — it’s inevitable that some people would come to view it as Big Brother."
Wednesday, 21 October 2009
"Previous research by the UCLA team found that searching online resulted in a more than twofold increase in brain activation in older adults with prior experience, compared with those with little Internet experience. The new findings suggest that it may take only days for those with minimal experience to match the activity levels of those with years of experience, said Small. Additional studies will be needed to address the impact of the Internet on younger individuals and help identify aspects of online searching that generate the greatest levels of brain activation. The findings were presented Oct. 19 at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Chicago, Illinois."
"“If Christians (or whomever) don't react, that means atheism is becoming more acceptable in society. Which is great. If they do react, then what exactly are they opposed to?” said Mehta, also known as the “Friendly Atheist, in an email."
Tuesday, 20 October 2009
Fascism Watch: Police and Military Lining Up Against Obama General Interest Blog for Weirdos -Mutate!
It’s the “cross-pollinating” of extremist groups — some racist, some not — that is of concern, Potok said. As evidence that the danger is real, he points to several recent murders committed by men with anti-government or racist views. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security reached a similar conclusion in a report earlier this year about the rise of right-wing extremism. The report said the nation’s economic downturn and Obama’s race are “unique drivers for right-wing radicalization and recruitment.”
This site is my primary hub online. Contact me if you'd like, I have reasonable rates and have worked with other online contractors around the world. Right now I'm helping a friend at domozychmedia.com build up his online brand, and we can help others too.in reference to: Why this blog is called ‘Sloppy Unruh’ / Wes' Desk (view on Google Sidewiki)
a few years ago I noticed there was a film coming out called ‘The Undeniable Charm of Sloppy Unruh’ – this was right around the time I started wondering how difficult it would be to actually take over a search term – and since my name is also Unruh, and my blogging style is somewhat sloppy (I prefer fast and heavy content over style and form) I figured the term ‘Sloppy Unruh’ would be a good test of my SEO ability. Amusingly enough, after I registered the domain name ‘SloppyUnruh.Com’ the film got pushed back from 2008 to a 2010 release date. So now I’ve been the top result for a while for the term ‘Sloppy Unruh’ and all the assorted movie-related sites are lined up underneath.in reference to: Sloppy Unruh / (view on Google Sidewiki)
Sloppy Unruh is part of an ongoing media art project involving a number of text machines tied to my digital shadow. I’ve stumbled across a number of useful tricks and tools, while also noticing a couple traps in the trade to avoid along the way, so I babble about that frequently now more than ever. The twerperati can follow me as I tinker with cotweet.com for a while by keeping an eye on @wesunruh – @promemetician – @zenwerewolf – @sloppyunruh – @philipknixon (also, James, Joe and I all push content through @alterati on a regular basis, and Edward and I both send content to @artofmemetics, our official twitter profile for our book The Art of Memetics, so you might add those to your lists of follows). You can find out more about me at my name-space: wesunruh.name or the more traditional wesunruh.comin reference to:
"I’ve stumbled across a number of useful tricks and tools, while also noticing a couple traps in the trade to avoid along the way, so I babble about that frequently now more than ever. The twerperati can follow me as I tinker with cotweet.com for a while by keeping an eye on @wesunruh – @promemetician – @zenwerewolf – @sloppyunruh – @philipknixon (also, James, Joe and I all push content through @alterati on a regular basis, and Edward and I both send content to @artofmemetics, our official twitter profile for our book The Art of Memetics, so you might add those to your lists of follows). You can find out more about me at my name-space: wesunruh.name"
- Why this blog is called ‘Sloppy Unruh’ / Wes' Desk (view on Google Sidewiki)
"The group's Web site, www.oathkeepers.org, features videos and testimonials in which supporters compare President Barack Obama's America to Adolf Hitler's Germany. They also liken Obama to England's King George III during the American Revolution. One member, in a videotaped speech at an event in Washington, D.C., calls Obama 'the domestic enemy the Constitution is talking about.' According to the law center, militia groups are re-emerging in this country partly as a result of racial animosity toward Obama. It's the 'cross-pollinating' of extremist groups -- some racist, some not -- that is of concern, Potok said. As evidence that the danger is real, he points to several recent murders committed by men with anti-government or racist views."
Monday, 19 October 2009
"Erin Danielson, an adult supervisor, said one of her relatives, Edmund Ellsworth, was the leader of the first company that reached Mesa. His wife was Mary Ann Jones, an English immigrant. 'It really makes me feel connected to them,' Danielson said. Smith said the event's focus is on self-reliance. The teens cook their own food. The event also includes such 'pioneer activities'' as shooting rifles with black powder, two-man saws, cow milking and a dinner and dance."
Sunday, 18 October 2009
"Scottie Roberson bought a vanity plate with seven X's to pay homage to his racer nickname. But that causes a bit of a snafu when parking patrols put the plate into the system. Officials usually put seven X's in place of the number for cars without license plates. Roberson said the mix-up has led him to get as many as 10 tickets in a day."
Saturday, 17 October 2009
"It's one of the oddest (and most effective) marketing strategies of any city in the world: Come to Salem where 19 innocent women and men were hanged for being witches, and while you're here, enjoy a visit to the Witch Dungeon! Salem must be one of the most fascinating and complex cities in the country. Multiple Salems exist simultaneously. Yes, it's the site of the Witch Hysteria of 1692, but it's also home of the brilliant and enduring architecture of Samuel McIntire; the birthplace of Nathaniel Hawthorne; a bustling seaport during the Old China Trade; home of a devout Wiccan community that may number as many as 1 in 10 residents; a New Age mecca; home of Laurie Cabot, 'the official witch of Salem'; site of the stunningly transformed Peabody Essex Museum; and, of course, it's Halloween Central. It's all here, all on the same street, at the same time."I've visited Salem - it's one of my favorite tourist traps. Don't think I'll make it for this hallowe'en though, got too much on my plate..