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Angry Animator
My animation blog, with links to tutorials and resources.

Incubate Pictures
My finished projects website, with links to the full movies and completed projects.

Jung Podcasts
This is a series of podcasts by John D. Betts, MA (Psych), based in Victoria, Canada. His podcast series explains Jung’s Psychology, starting with an overview of the psyche.

Archdruid Report
"John Michael Greer is the Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America and the author of more than thirty books on a wide range of subjects, including peak oil and the future of industrial society."

Rune Soup
"Rune Soup is about practical sorcery, entheogens, synchronicities, ‘alternative’ history, career guidance, graphic novels, the future of media, probability, divination. There’s even a post about Nicki Minaj here somewhere."

Teeming Brain
"The Teeming Brain explores news, trends, and developments in religion, horror, science fiction, fantasy, the paranormal, creativity, consciousness, and culture. It also tracks apocalyptic and dystopian trends in technology, politics, ecology, economics, the arts, education, and society at large."

The Weiler Psi
"...documenting The TED Controversy, exposing the ideologically based skepticism on Wikipedia and generally being controversial. This happened because I became increasingly aware of the changing times and the need to start documenting those changes and controversies and be part of them."

Club Orlov
Dmitri Orlov is an ex-pat Russian who moved to the US around the time of the USSR's collapse. He writes calmly and clinically about the unraveling of the USA. Site updated every Tuesday.

Saudi Aramco World
The Saudi Oil company, of all people, produces this beautiful magazine about the Middle East. It's well worth your time to explore the archives. Also check out the virtual walking tours to the Alhambra in Spanish Granada (you can see the links on the right side of the page).

Adam Curtis' blog
Best known for his documentaries 'Century of the Self' and 'The Power of Nightmares', Curtis follows up on many of his themes in his blog. He also posts some interesting content from his finds in the BBC archives.

Retromania
"The feeling crept up on me through the 2000s, the sense that pop music had succumbed to a fatal attraction to its own accumulated history. Could this pull be resisted, I wondered? Or were heading irresistibly towards a kind of black hole of pop time?"