Tag Archives: Terry Dyke

Terry Dyke :
The steel hatchet and culturecide

A fable for the unintended consequences of technological diffusion and the many-layered banality of cultural domination. By Terry Dyke | The Rag Blog | June 6, 2014 One of my favorite nuggets from an unapologetically liberal arts education turned up … finish reading Terry Dyke :
The steel hatchet and culturecide

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Terry Dyke :
What’s left of liberals

Contrary to the popular American usage, ‘liberal’ is qualitatively different from ‘left.’ It is a centrist position meant to preserve the status quo. By Terry Dyke | The Rag Blog | May 21, 2014 Ever since George Bush the Elder … finish reading Terry Dyke :
What’s left of liberals

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METRO | Terry Dyke : Resilience and cooperative urban farming in Austin

What we’re doing is a nice, green, eco-conscious bit of ‘walking the walk.’ By Terry Dyke | The Rag Blog | April 21, 2014 AUSTIN — We grow food in our neighborhood. It’s not a huge amount, and there aren’t … finish reading METRO | Terry Dyke : Resilience and cooperative urban farming in Austin

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