Kurt Vonnegut called Ralph Steadman “the most gifted and effective existential artist of my time.” And Jonny Depp once said, “Ralph is … so nice. And yet, at the same time, he is … a psychopath.” Steadman proudly admits it himself to Co.Design: “I am just NORMALLY WEIRRD!” … [Read more...] about Ralph Steadman, Gonzo Artist Behind “Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas,” Is A Total Weirrdo
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Yet The Percentage Of Americans Who Oppose Gun Control Is Growing gives an overview about people’s views on guns–and the general trend over the last 20 years is an increase in people who want to protect gun rights, with a decrease in those who want to limit them. Still, that could be changing: Support for more controls on guns has risen from 46% to 51% since August 2016. You can also look at how different demographics–including party, gender, and race–view guns. … [Read more...] about America’s Unprecedented Gun Problem, In 5 Images
The next foreign adversary to hijack U.S. elections could go further than hacking emails or weaponizing Facebook. “In our simulations, one of the things that the red team actually came up with, the attack team, is to attack public infrastructure on election day,” said Roi Carmel, chief strategy officer at security firm Cybereason. “The way to make this impact doesn’t have to be attacking the Pentagon.” A multi-agency tabletop simulation scenario hosted by the company last year saw role-playing authorities forced by adversaries to shut down an election, after hackers sabotaged traffic lights, spread false propaganda about candidates and, in a futuristic twist, even hijacked self-driving cars to attack voters. … [Read more...] about ‘We’re always ready’: Would the U.S. win a cyberwar with Iran?