Post-Modern Aspect Of Myth - The Net Age

By: The Netage Ezine  09-12-2011

Michael A Rizzotti The summer of 2008 will be remembered as a superhero blockbuster. Among the year’s biggest box office hits were Batman, Incredible Hulk and Iron Man. Their release coincided with US status as a super-power at a crossroad. The war in Iraq did no go as planned. And the US military involvement in [..]


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09-12-2011

Modern Aspect Of Myth - The Net Age

The erection of the Washington National Monument stands as a visible sign that celebrates the mythical foundation of its founding Father, revealing in the process how myth and politics blend-in together to generate an ideological consolidation of power. A step by step re-enactment of the building and inauguration of the giant obelisk.


09-12-2011

Media, Internet And Spirituality - The Net Age

Revealing unprecedented disclosure of documents appearing out of nowhere challenging the “official” story about the war on Yugoslavia, of a US led NATO attack on a continent with an inconspicuous rising currency, the Euro. The first netage article posted on the Web dealing with the first major event covered by the Internet.


09-12-2011

Old Testament Tradition - The Net Age

Job who at the beginning of the story was God’s preferred character, is suddenly and for no reason, cast out of favor. Our hero who once at the top of system that he controlled is now an outcast and rejected from that world. He sees the system as an outsider and is able to perceive the whole reality of lordship and victim. It outlines the principle of the Lord-victim.


09-12-2011

Additional Articles - The Net Age

The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers, wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints. We have bigger houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time.


09-12-2011

Culture, Ideology And Religion - The Net Age

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09-12-2011

Censure & Wikipedia - The Net Age

The promise and perils of crowdsourcing content IT MAY not stir up international outrage like its semi-namesake WikiLeaks, but Wikipedia sparks debate.