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  1. The dossier: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3259984-Trump-Intelligence-Allegations.html
  2. I would also recommend Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind by Shunryu Suzuki. First book I read on the subject; concise, accessible, foundational. Chögyam Trungpa's (a Tibetan Buddhist who died at 48 due to alcoholism) works are also very helpful. The Myth of Freedom and the Way of Meditation is a good place to start. Pema Chodron was a student of Trungpa's, and her books, as noted above, are also great. Haven't seen a video on meditation that I'd recommend. Maybe your local yoga studio or some place offers meditation classes? Obviously, it's more of an experiential practice; reading and instruction and other people's recounting of their experiences will only get you so far.
  3. What films has Aphex mentioned? I remember him citing The Shining in a 90s interview, and I think he mentioned Mike Leigh's Naked in a Soundcloud comment.
  4. http://chriscunninghamstudio.com/ WARNING: FUCKING LOUD AUDIO
  5. On is one of my favorite Aphex tracks, and the type of sound I think you're describing, Lane Visitor, is on of my favorite Aphex modes. Obviously, what's great about him is the breadth of work, from Analogue Bubblebath to Aisatsana and everything in between. There have always been scattered songs throughout the Aphex discography that sound like one-offs to me, absolutely brilliant tracks that he never really repeated -- Windowlicker comes to mind (tho maybe that's more a culmination of his CTD/RDJ album style). On is very special and always brings out the emotion. To answer your question, it seems unlikely that anything like On will be created again, but that just enhances its melancholy and beauty to me.
  6. Ex Machina was basically a good episode of Black Mirror, no?
  7. Sorry, but I can't get enough of those 3D mask renders... Thanks, love these.
  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lggI2bQefeU
  9. SIlver and Gold (2000) is great. Acoustic/mellow Neil.
  10. Anyone else surprised by these Supreme ads?
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