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Future Conscience Mid-June Collection

For the few of you who have been following each day, I’ve committed myself to posting an update to this blog daily throughout the month of June.  This is both to get more engaged, but also because I have an exciting announcement to make (exciting for me, at least!) at the end of the month.

Now that we’re over halfway through the month of daily updates, it’s a good chance for you to take a look back through some of the updates you might have missed. So, just what has been covered thus far?

A Month of Futurist Posts in June!

A Citizen’s Guide to Protecting Yourself from Mass Surveillance

Victims of Austerity: Survivors UK

[Review] Tomorrowland – A hopeful but hollow vision of utopia

Most Popular Future Conscience Posts of All Time

Futurist News of the Week – 6th June 2015

The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival – Open Call for Film Submissions

Are You Mobilising TODAY to Oppose TTIP?

Free of Fossil Fuel by 2100?

Victims of Austerity: The Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants

25 Futurist Quotes to Inspire You

Futurist News of the Week – 12th June 2015

If a Post Falls in the Forest…

9 Kickstarter Campaigns for Futurists (Open Now!)

What Do You Want to See in a Digital Bill of Rights? The People Have Voted!

See you tomorrow for another update!

[Review] Digital Revolution at the Barbican

What we are shown through this fantastic exhibition is more the culmination of what has come before rather than a true vision of the revolutionary space that the future will bring. The revolution of a digital future has yet to come, but engaging experiences such as this are clear evidence that we’re getting very good at saying goodbye to our non-digital past.Continue Reading

[Review] Her – Love, Sentience and the Transition of our Times

‘Her’ gives us a glimpse beyond the veil, both to the temporal future but equally inward into the eternal capacity of the human soul.Continue Reading

[Review] Superhuman: Exploring Human Enhancement at the Wellcome Collection

[Review] Superhuman: Exploring Human Enhancement at the Wellcome Collection

The latest exhibition from the Wellcome Collection – Superhuman: Exploring Human Enhancement from 600 BCE to 2050 – is another great offering, but maybe one that could pack a little more punch.Continue Reading

[Review] Brains: The Mind as Matter – Wellcome Collection exhibition

[Review] Brains: The Mind as Matter – Wellcome Collection exhibition

A review of the recent Wellcome Collection exhibition – Brains: The Mind as Matter. Objective and subjective, physical and metaphysical, scientific and artistic, division and unity; all of these working around one another in a much more dynamic and fluid form then we are able to appreciate when we examine life through our individual lenses that are themselves at every moment of being acting out the miracle of the micro within the macro.Continue Reading

Radio Free Albemuth: Interview with Writer/Director John Alan Simon

Radio Free Albemuth: Interview with Writer/Director John Alan Simon

Radio Free Albemuth is a film that rewards repeat viewings – and not just because this version was more tightly edited and had a more immersive pacing than the preview. There are levels of detail both in the world, but also emerging from the ideological and spiritual depth of the original text that speak to you differently depending on the person you are at the time.Continue Reading