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Curtis Yarvin is the author of Gray Mirror.
How to persist on strange paths nobody else can understand.
In the most underrated work of social theory from the 1990s, Nick Land presents a sweeping theory of modernity.
Geoffrey Shullenberger is a lecturer at NYU and runs the newsletter and podcast.
Rachel-Rose O'Leary was an artist before getting into crypto through Nick Land and Julian Assange.
James Ellis hosts the podcast Hermitix.
Neal Davis is a professor of computer science and the director of Urbit's Hoon School.
Vers la Lune is an NFT degen who hosts the podcast Version 4, which published the first interview with Miya the BPD God in 2020.
Noah Kumin is the founder and editor of the Mars Review of Books.
Johnathan Bi is a founder and independent scholar working on René Girard.
On Milady, Miya, and the controversy surrounding Remilia Corporation.
Paul Millerd was a McKinsey consultant before quitting for an independent life on the internet.
Steff is a poet and Autumn is a novelist.
We discuss the enneagram personality model, my decision to become 10% more psycho, why Mike loves Gandhi, Christian anarchism, and markets for truth.
Andrew Hitchock bought 21 acres outside Austin to build a village DAO.
At the Other Life x Urbit meetup in Austin, a group of 8 people rocked up wearing black trenchcoats.
Livestream on my essay about why personal knowledge management is BS.
We discuss what's real and what's not in web3 gaming, and the future of crypto countries.
We discuss the evolution of "alt lit," the formative experience of "indie sleaze" for millennials, why party photography went out of fashion, and the gathering wave of...
We discuss the imminent future of DAOs on Urbit with the founder of Holium (~lomder-librun) and Anthony (~poldec-tonteg) from the Urbit-focused startup accelerator The...
James Poulos is a Tocqueville scholar who wrote The Art of Being Free (2017) and Human Forever (2021).
Riva Tez wants to fund epistemological anarchy in science.
Why waiting to write down your ideas will not make them better, and why the NYRB will be dead within 16 years.
On the first accelerationist NFT project, my review of Angelicism, and turning Other Life into a sovereign country
Quantum Computing and Anarcho-Communist Swarm Intelligence with Jonathan Paprocki | The Urbit Series
Dr. Jonathan Paprocki is a specialist in topological quantum compiling and an Urbit engineer interested in swarm intelligence, Internet of Things, and anarcho-communis...
Anthony Arroyo runs The Combine, a startup incubator for startups building on Urbit.
Sam Frank has written for Harper's and The New Yorker, but he was also an early buyer of Ethereum because Vitalik "looked like an alien."
A short lecture on "Review of CCRU's Digital Hyperstition" in the book Writings 1997-2003.
Urbit, Blockchains, and the Next Billion Users with Ted Blackman, Engineer at Tlon | The Urbit Series
Ted Blackman is a senior engineer at Tlon and one of the most advanced Urbit engineers in the world.
Soph, aka praxisbaby, is a niche microcelebrity e-girl from the GenZ wing of the Weird Theory twitterverse.