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Virtual vs Real | How Technology Is Changing Our Lives

  Documentary and Art Photographer Elena Beregatnova is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Within the Virtual Reality’.  To see Elena’s body of work, click on any image.       Today the world has been changing much faster than before. And some…

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Art | Tradition & Technology

Art | The Written Words Presented By NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY     Written By Joelcy Kay | Curator @ NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY & Edge of Humanity Magazine   “These forces I feel that make the world around me seem unimportant. This need I have to communicate while no one…

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Medical Technology, Care & Cost

  New technology in hospitals will provide better healthcare, but will the costs be lowered as well. The billing practices need to be the same for every patient whatever type of insurance or self-pay. Likewise, if the technology is cutting edge, but insurance continues to go up, only the wealthy…

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The Complexities Of Our Technological Entanglement

  Artist Brandy Trigueros is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘The Dadabyte Theater’.  To see Brandy’s body of work, click on any image.           An ode to the Dadaists and Bauhausian artists of the 20th century, “The Dadabyte Theater” explores the…

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Poverty X Technology

  Global hunger  will continue to rise as technological advancements create more disadvantaged members of society     Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020           Edge of Humanity Magazine is an independent nondiscriminatory platform that has no religious, political, financial, or social affiliations. We are committed to…

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Gender & Technology

Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Confronting Gendered Dualistic Concepts: Feminism and Technology   Have you ever wondered what makes you human? Is it the mind or the body that makes us human? These questions are related to…

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Technological Improvements & Human Interactions

  Photographer, Book Artist, Fine Printmaker, Educator & Collaborator Eric Kunsman is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘PRIVATE | Now Back Go : Go Back | PRIVATE’.  To see Eric’s body of work, click on any image.          …

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Start Of A New Series | Global Economic, Diplomatic,Technological (With A Strong Emphasis on Artificial Intelligence), Environmental, Security, and Society Behavior Forecasting Analysis

Today, more than ever, because of great uncertainty, it is imperative to have the fingers on the pulse regarding which way the trend goes. Edge of Humanity Magazine will provide unbiased  global predictions covering a wide range of issues important to individuals, companies, institutions, and governments. Our think tank type…

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Obsolete Home Electronics | Technology & Happiness

  Photographer Anabela Pinto is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Precious Things’.  To see Anabela ’s body of work, click on any image.       Precious Things reflects on the contours of materialistic desire and its relationship with the pursuit of…

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Artist Exposé | Employing 1800’s Technology To Depict Modern Social Issues | Illegal Border Crossing

  Photographer Noelle Mason is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘X-Ray Vision vs. Invisibility’.  To see Noelle’s body of work, click on any image.         X-Ray Vision vs. Invisibility is a body of work about the phenomenological effects of…

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From The Stone Age To The Digital Age | The Inuit People & Technology

  Architect and Photographer Donald Weber is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these portrait/documentary photography.  From the project ‘Quniqjuk, Qunbuq, Quabaa’.  To see Donald’s body of work, click on any image.         Quniqjuk: indistinct horizon, hazy Qunbuq: brightness on horizon indicating presence of ice on…

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Humans &Technology | How Far Will This Relationship Go?

  Artist and Designer Michael Jantzen is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this conceptual project.  From his series “Woman Machine Interface“.  To see Michael’s body of work click on any photograph.       Woman Machine Interface is a series of sculptures that visually and conceptually plays with…

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Technology & The American Worker #1 – Introduction

  Job security in America is becoming more and more elusive every year that goes by. The worker is becoming more dispensable and companies have no problem pushing their workers to siphon every last drop of blood, from the employee’s veins. In the meantime, the big cheese and his top…

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Technology & The American Worker #2 – The CEO’s Of Public Companies

  The exploitation of the American worker, for the sole purpose of lining the pockets of the top executives with outrageous pay packages, is not only unfair, but counterproductive to the overall moral of the company. Private jets, lavish perks, insane stock options, and other underhanded schemes, such as golden…

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Technology & The American Worker #3 – Technology Throughout History

  Throughout history, technological advancement has improved mankind. Since Adam and Eve, men and women have methodically worked to make their life easier by inventing tools and methods to increase productivity. For survival and prosperity, humans have through the ages, carved rudimentary tools made from animal bones and stone, made…

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Technology & The American Worker #4 – Toe The Line

  Because technology and outsourcing is advancing so quickly, the worker is getting left behind in the dust. Companies can aggressively use the fact that technology and outsourcing will replace jobs and leverage this fear to push the workers to give more. The CEO’s of public companies whose God is…

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Technology & The American Worker #5 – Self-Checkout Counters

  Have you noticed when shopping, there are less and less cashiers checking out your purchase, and more and more computerized self-check outs? Scan here and scan there and make sure not to lift the bag from the bagging area. Only one person is monitoring four or five self-checkout areas.…

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Technology & The American Worker #6 – Robotics

  Robots will increasingly perform tasks not only on the factory floor, but also in the shipping and receiving, warehouse, and office areas. The robots do not get sick, get bored, or have personality problems that influence productivity. As computer software becomes more advanced and artificial intelligence continues to factor…

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Technology & The American Worker #7 – Car Repair Shops

  The new car today is a sophisticated computer system surrounded by metal and plastic. Mechanics need to not only be well versed in the latest technology and how it all ties together with the automobile, but also have access to very expensive diagnostic equipment.  When a person brings in…

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Technology & The American Worker #8 – The Professionals

  Software is affecting employees in so many other industries. The legal and the accounting profession will continue to lose business. The days of the astronomical legal fees that lawyers charge to perform  bread and butter tasks will become a thing of the past. Outsource, Outsource, Outsource, is the name…

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Technology & The American Worker #9 – You’re Being Watched

  Software programs monitoring the employees every move in manufacturing, the warehouse, or in the office, is also creating a tremendous amount of anxiety for workers. Do not forget the cameras placed throughout the buildings constantly watching everyone. The only place to hide is in the bathroom. Meanwhile, top executives…

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Technology & The American Worker #10 – Drone Delivery & Self-Driven Cars

  Drone delivery and self-driving cars are not science fiction. A few years ago, could anyone imagine drones flying around a town or city dropping off packages or a self-driving car or truck driving around performing tasks?  This technology will greatly reduce long haul truck driving jobs, delivery driver jobs,…

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Technology & The American Worker #11 – Conclusion

  Finally, anyone in the workforce, who is not highly computer literate, or unable to adapt to the high tech world we live in, is at an extreme disadvantage. Many older people will just give up and go down the income ladder and have to get by with a very…

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Turn A Right? Left? Got an App for that?

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   During my school years, the calculator was an item of desire. It was the forbidden gadget, inside and outside of the classroom.  Like the other students with paper, pencil, and yes my brain, I labored over long math equations asking myself…

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“…the revival of our rivers a non-negotiable necessity.” Yamuna River, India

  Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer Abhishek Singh is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project  ‘River Rejuvenation’.  To see ABHISHEK’s body of work, click on any image.       Photographer Abhishek Singh travelled along a large tributary river of the Ganges in India, called…

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Camouflage | Cell Phone Towers Of The American West

  Photographer Annette LeMay Burke is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book ‘Fauxliage: Disguised Cell Phone Towers of the American West by Annette LeMay Burke published by Daylight Books.’  To see Annette’s body of work, click on any image.          …

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From Hi-Tech To Obsolete | The Gadget Cycle

  Industrial Designer and Photographer José Antonio Martínez / Patricia Conde Galeria is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project  ‘XXI century archeology’.  To see José’s body of work, click on any image.           OUR RUINS OF MODERNITY “Twenty-first Century…

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Need to sleep a long time What has happened to humankind? Technology has took a hold I’m sure glad I’m getting old Time to say goodnight Belly full no need for anymore bites The Missus will be the only one flying the kite         Copyright© Edge of…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
“…this planet is alive and communicates readily we just have to shut the fuck up and listen.”

IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST The Interview – Part 2    I use metaphors like ‘ The Watchful Satan’ and  ‘ Scrolling Down Gods’ when expressing my views on artificial intelligence and social media.  Which metaphors would you use regarding the internet intrusion in human life? And what is…

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Ghazipur Dumping Yard | Delhi, India

  Photographer Abhishek Singh and Writer Saurabh Goyal are the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Ghazipur Garbage Hill’.  To see Abhishek ’s body of work, click on any image.         A mountain of sorts stands at the eastern end of…

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What Can Slow Down The Crytocurrency Rise

  As the crytocurrency market continues to climb to the moon, they are no longer just some nerd flash in the pan. The financial wizards and countries have taken notice and you will see more regulation and even a ban in some countries like Turkey has done.   Copyright© Edge…

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Beauty | The Messenger

Art | The Written Words Presented By NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY   Written By Joelcy Kay | Curator @ NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY & Edge of Humanity Magazine   In the center of the Sistine Chapel I cried. At the Giza Plateau in the saddle of an Arabian horse I froze.…

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Manipulating Landscapes

  Artist and Designer Michael Jantzen is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the project ‘Folding Landscapes’.  To see Michael ’s body of work, click on any photograph.         Folding Landscapes are a series of surreal photos that play with creating alternatives to the…

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Greenhouses & Other Places

  Artist and Designer Michael Jantzen is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the project ‘Early built greenhouses and other places in which to grow plants.’  To see Michael ’s body of work, click on any photograph.           A series of early…

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The Connection Between Viewer, Artwork & Social Media

Art | The Written Words Presented By NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY     How People Look At Art Today Written By Documentary and Art Photographer Elena Beregatnova   In famous museums, at large art festivals or in small galleries today most of the viewers in front of an art object…

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Unexpected

  The horsemen Sword in hand Rode forward Trampling over enemies Victory was close Until rival used the canon Technology changed who would then control the land   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2020

  The Components Of Beauty In Uganda’s Culture   Written by Andronicus Enoch Muwanguzi        “I want you to respect me as a person but please choke, slap, bite, spank, restrain and call me a dirty slut…”   Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues  …

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1775 | Written Communication Changes Started

  ‘Events That Shaped Our Society’   The changes on how we communicate (person to person) in the last centuries.   Written communication 1775 | Benjamin Franklin was appointed our first Postmaster General. 1970 | Express Mail began. 1980s | The fax machine, an invention dated back from 1843, became…

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  We are going back in history when the Western US was a land ruled by lawlessness.  New technology but still; humankind is acting out their primal instincts.   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021     Edge of Humanity Magazine is an independent nondiscriminatory platform that has no religious,…

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Global Military Analysis

  Edge of Humanity has added a new section titled Global Military Analysis. This section will cover cyberwarfare, space military buildup, new technology, conflict zones, America national security, artificial intelligence, terrorism, risks from hostile countries to the USA, as well as military equipment sales.   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021…

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Wave City

  Artwork By Stelios Mousarris    With the use of modern technology and handcrafted techniques, this conceptual furniture collection depicts the massive architecture of a city. Skyscrapers and buildings, molded by the artist’s imagination.  The final project is unique and tells a story of urban spaces inhabited by many.  …

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Predictions | China

  China will continue to grow and will only look out for their interests.  From the top down it is not a level playing field when doing business in China. The country will concentrate heavily on artificial intelligence and also cyber warfare. Their goal is to rule the world by…

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Love Affair

  Artwork By Markus Schaub   A hybrid of photography and painting   In this project, I wanted to use the Smartphone camera to find quaint, poetic imagery that contrasts with the usual images taken around the globe by the millions every day with the Smartphone and then disseminated on…

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The Disappearing Hand Loom

  Photographer Mayur Ghurka is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Hand loom – On the verge of extinction’.  To see Mayur’s body of work, click on any image.         Hand loom dates from the Indus Valley Civilization.  Traditionally, the…

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 “I want you to respect me as a person but please choke, slap, bite, spank, restrain and call me a dirty slut…”

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Beyond Theory and Politics: Feminist Fantasy of Submission    “I want you to respect me as a person but please choke, slap, bite, spank, restrain and call me a dirty slut…

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Husband In A Dress

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Embracing Transvestism/Heterosexual Crossdressing in Marriage   Would you be totally fine if your husband’s favorite hobby was to put on women clothes and make-up? Barbara, a heterosexual crossdresser from Illinois wrote…

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Rethinking Women’s Movement: The Politics of Orgasm in the 1970s

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Rethinking Women’s Movement: The Politics of Orgasm in the 1970s   Since the 1970s, the politicization of women’s personal life experiences started and issues such as the right to sexual pleasure,…

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My Version Of Events

  Artist Ira Upin is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘Too Much TV (Modified Visions from the Tube)’ series.  To see Ira’s body of work, click on any photograph.   All paintings, 2019/2020, Oil on Panel, 18″x 24″           As…

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Sodomy | Humiliation, Guilt & Pleasure

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Embracing Sodomy: A Transcendental Act   Today, sodomy has come to occupy a primary place in the erotic literature of heterosexual as well as homosexual masochism (Fantina 73). It has gradually…

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“Bitch”

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   The Power of “Bitch”   The meaning and usage of the word “bitch” is worth considering. Today, what is the male equivalent of the word “bitch”? some might say “boss,” many…

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Are We Reaching Further To Connect While Missing Out On Life Around Us? Your Mobile Phone: Friend Or Foe?

  Travel and Documentary Photographer Bharat Patel is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Mobile Dependence’.  To see Bharat’s body of work, click on any image.         These series of images of people were taken at bus stops as they…

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The Disappearing Rural Market | Norfolk, England

  Photographer Ben Elwes is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book ‘Monday Market’.  To see Ben’s body of work, click on any image.           Monday Market captures aspects of the type of rural market that is now less prevalent across…

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Stuck In The Past In The Medina Of Fès

  Architect and Photographer Rokas Jankus is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Fes’.  To see Rokas’ body of work, click on any image.           The Medina of Fès is one of the biggest, if not the biggest Medina…

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Focus X Flexibility

  The Life Coaching Series Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Most of the technological developments aim to make our lives easier, or even longer; while decimating jobs and careers. Focus and be an expert. Is that a good idea? Who would of think decades ago that accountants…

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Kundalini |The Search For Liberation

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: Kundalini The Arousal of the Inner Energy By: Ajit Mookerjee   “The Kundalini, in the form of latency, is coiled like a serpent. One who impels  this sakti to move will attain liberation.”   Hathayoga-pradipika, Chap. 3 v. 108  …

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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | Furniture Design | Wave City

  New Artwork By Designer Stelios Mousarris   With the use of modern technology and handcrafted techniques, this conceptual furniture collection depicts the massive architecture of a city. Skyscrapers and buildings, molded by the artist’s imagination.  The final project is unique and tells a story of urban spaces inhabited by…

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Bangladesh’s Ancient Boats

  Photographer Md.Arifuzzaman is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘The story of preserving the largest living heritage’.  To see Arif’s body of work, click on any image.           Imagine your present without the memories of your ancestors or…

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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | New Artworks | Love Affair

  Photopaintings Love Affair By Markus Schaub A hybrid of photography and painting   In this project, I wanted to use the Smartphone camera to find quaint, poetic imagery that contrasts with the usual images taken around the globe by the millions every day with the Smartphone and then disseminated…

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DELETE | A Social Tool Of Modern Society

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Has technology affected our humanity or society?   Today we are more dependent on technology than ever before. This has led me to wonder about the changes it has brought, and…

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Why Animals Can’t Be Your Valentine: Understanding Zoophilia 

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Some days ago, I watched a documentary called “Animal Passion” on YouTube. Ever since then, I cannot stop pondering the subject of zoophilia (derived from the Greek, zoo means “animal” and…

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Eternal Trash | Consumerism

  Photographer and Artist Irina Heinz is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘What will remain after me’.  To see Irina’s body of work, click on any image.   It is terrible to disappear – I want to leave a mark. Something eternal.…

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Daily Life In Mexico | 1980s & 1990s

  Photographer, Artist and Educator Emily Matyas is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the  book/project ‘Sol y Tierra | Sun and Earth’.  To see Emily ’s body of work, click on any image.                     All…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2019

  Death, Catholicism & My Mother’s Decisions Kelly Burke     Intimate Passages Of My Mother’s Turmoil Marilyn Jaye Lewis     “It’s for the mice” | Memories Of My Grandmother Marilyn Jaye Lewis     “…you know you can’t sleep there” | Passages Of A Homeless Person’s Life  J H Martin   By…

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Survival

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: Zen Lessons The Art of Leadership Translated By Thomas Cleary   58. Adaptation Zhantang said: (Excerpt) An ancient sage said: ” The hidden valley has no partiality-any call will be echoed. The huge bell, struck with the clapper, resounds every…

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The Affect Of The Angora Rabbits’ Fur On Premature Babies’ Recovery | Russia

  Editing Manager and Documentary Photographer Maria Muravieva / The Agency for Social Information, Russia is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the  ‘Angora Rabbits Project‘.  To see Maria’s body of work, click on any image.         Life saving rabbits From marketing…

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Flat Lake

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: The Essential Teachings Of Zen Master Hakuin  (1686-1769) Translated By Norman Waddell   “If you want to attain mastery in the Buddha Way you must, to begin with, empty your mind of birth and death. Both samsara and nirvana exist…

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Primitive & Preferred Writing Tools: Manual Typewriter, Pad & Pen

Typing on a laptop and desktop is by far the most productive tools for me as a writer. I also love using two other tools. Firstly, I find that writing by hand, on a steno pad, with a bold blue color #2  pen gives me more inspiration than sitting robotic…

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The Introduction Of Science Fiction In Society | Predictions & Reality

  Journalist Natalia Ershova is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Retropy’.  To see Natalia’s body of work, click on any photograph.         My project is about the nostalgia of the upcoming future that was believed in during “The golden…

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“How free can you really be if you constantly have to limit and hide yourself for the sake of privacy?”

  Photographer Robin Alysha Clemens is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Owned By No One’.  To see Robin’s body of work, click on any image.           “We are no one. We are at peace. We are happy. We…

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CDVII

Throw your phone away Hop aboard sail with me Forget technology No slaves to gadgets at sea Wandering luddites FREE   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2019   If my poetry helped or entertained you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips of…

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As Jobs Disappear, Homelessness In America Is Going Downhill Without Brakes

  Written by: Carioca Da Gema   One third of the homeless lost their jobs before they became poverty statistics.  In the past, job opportunities lift many people out of homelessness.  Over one half million people in United States today are homeless.  The state of California houses 130,000.  In San…

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Turn A Right? Left? Got an App for that?

  Written by: Carioca Da Gema   During my school years, the calculator was an item of desire. It was the forbidden gadget, inside and outside of the classroom.  Like the other students with paper, pencil, and yes my brain, I labored over long math equations asking myself over and…

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Megacity Vibe | Shanghai

  Senior Retoucher and  Photographer Alexis Goodwin is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the projects ‘Shanghai Dreams Part 1 & 2’.  To see Alexis’s body of work, click on any photograph.           Shanghai is one of the world’s truly epic megacities,…

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“…we must remember the fundamental things that make us human.” The Search For Ancestors’ Wisdom

  Portrait Photographer Vincent Karcher  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary/portrait photography.  From the project ‘Cosmic Convergence’.  To see Vincent’s body of work, click on any image.         « As we collectively sprint towards the future at accelerating speeds, the wisdom of the ancestors…

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The Beauty Of Old Tools

  Photographer Nic Opdam is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘The Grace Of Technology’ series.  To see Nic’s body of work, click on any photograph.                   All images © Nic Opdam     See also: The…

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The Money ‘We The People’ Spend & Our Living Conditions In America

  Written by: Carioca Da Gema   As a society we must unite as ‘people’ to survive.  Los Angeles has a major homeless problem and small cities in the middle of the country are fighting a drug war in their own living rooms with numbers never imagined.  Uninsured sick Americans…

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Peeling Off The Human Condition By The Hermit Poet

  In the eBook ‘Peeling Off The Human Condition’, ‘The Hermit Poet’ explores the daily life we all see and endure as a society. The poems and stories in this eBook expose acts we see daily, but don’t confront or talk about. Behavior that makes us humans, no doubt, but…

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Cookbook Review | Japanese Cooking By Emi Kazuko

This book was hand-picked for review, from The Hermit Poet’s International Cookbook Collection.     Hermit Poet’s notes: Japan is a highly technological country that holds onto ancient’s ways and culture.  Food is the center of it all, as everyone eats, multiple times a day, and perfection carries on. Quality…

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DXVI

From Sudan, a caravan follows ancestor’s ghostly trail. The traders wearing flowing galabeyas finally arrive at Birqash market. Grinding out an existence, they sell exhausted camels that will be used for work or slaughter. It is time to socialize, smoke the shisha pipe, and drink some tea. The technologically advancing…

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 technologically advanced species remained primitive warriors until extinction  * Find More Poetry HERE  * eBook | Travels With The Hermit Poet | Stories Of Human Condition | Poetry & Photography * eBook | Tropical Garden Stories | Photography & Poetry By The Hermit Poet  * Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge…

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Rural Life, Food & Land

  Photographer Madeline Cottingham is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Yelling From The Lower Field’.  To see Madeline’s body of work, click on any image.           Yelling From The Lower Field presents the viewer with a possibility; an…

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Between Science & Imagination

  Photographer Mar Martín is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the multimedia project ‘A.L.M.A’.  To see Mar’s body of work, click on any photograph.           A.L.M.A. At the end of 2013, a high-resolution image of the coldest place we know in…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2018

  Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto     Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2017   Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2016   Edge Of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2015 & 2014

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regurgitate history today Does it even matter? morality deranged climate change technology on speed train Who has the power to slow it all down before society drowns?  * Find More Poetry HERE  * eBook | Travels With The Hermit Poet | Stories Of Human Condition | Poetry & Photography * eBook…

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Historic Neighborhoods | Riga, Latvia

  Photographer Andrejs Strokins is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘People in the Dunes’.  To see Andrejs’s body of work, click on any image.   The areas of Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva have had significant historical importance for the city of Riga; however, the…

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Memories Or Induced Images | Television & Our Minds

  Street and Documentary Photographer Görkem Keser is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the ‘Dead Retina’ project.  To see Görkem’s portfolios, click on any image.           Can technology steal our memories? This is a very important question we need to…

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Long Live The Libraries | “free knowledge and culture for all” | Norway

  Photojournalist Jo Straube is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘The Norwegian Library’.  To see Jo’s body of work, click on any image.           Over the last 30 years, the number of public libraries in Norway has been…

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Amazon Minimum Wage $15.00 Hour | Let’s Not Forget About The Robots

  Keep the pressure on the Titan! One cannot go a day without reading bad press regarding the working conditions for Amazon employees.  US$15,00 per hour is a good start, but what about working conditions. One trillion dollar valuation does not go well with the people working their bones off,…

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The Tsaatan People | Only 282 Left | Mongolia’s Disappearing Tribe

  Photographer Remi Chapeaublanc is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project  ‘The Last Tsaatan’.  To see Remi’s  body of work click on any image.           Tsaatan people are nomadic reindeer herders, straddling the border of Northern Mongolia. Amounting to…

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Bede Birth

  Photographer Farida Alam is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From her project ‘Survivor: Survived Against All The Odds’.  To see Farida’s body of work click on any image.   In Bangladesh, the nomadic community, known as Bede community is a unique social group of people…

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America’s Truck Drivers | A Way Of Life

  Artist, Educator and Fine Art Photographer Vanessa Venable is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From her project ‘Class C’.  To see Vanessa’s  body of work click on any image.       Class C examines the poignant lives of men on the road committed to…

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Once “blue & full of fish” | An Unearthly Message Or A Natural Phenomena? | Seabed Patterns & The Aral Sea

  Photographer Iulia Galushina is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From her project ‘Message from the Aral‘.  To follow Iulia click on any image.   Scientist from Kazakhstan Boris Afanasyevich Smerdov is 77 years old.  He spent half of his life deeply worried about the Aral…

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On The Foundry Floor

  Documentarian  Bernadette Fox is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From her project ‘We don’t do miracles and God don’t do patterns‘.  To see Bernadette’s body of work click on any image.           Spending just a few hours, let alone an…

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Robots Continue to Gobble Up Jobs

  It is a good signal when companies start to increase investment in equipment. If CEO’s feel confident in spending money on machinery, then they also believe that their businesses will continue to grow. Simply put, watching the amount of capital equipment expenditures is one way to have the finger…

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How Our Visual System Works & The Impact Of Photographs In Our Memories

  Neuroscientist, Photographer and Writer Dr. Joshua Sariñana  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.  From his On Photography article series  ‘Memory, Photography and the Human Brain‘.   To see Dr. Sariñana photographic projects and articles click on any image.   There is a good deal written about the similarities…

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Preserving Their Way Of Life After Being Forced Out Of China – The Akha’s Migration

  Filmmaker and Photographer Cyril Eberle is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From his project “Akha People Laos” .  To see Cyril’s body of work click on any photograph.           The Spirit of Akha Communities The Akha ethnic group originated from Yunnan,…

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Perceptions Of India

  Travel Photographer Kristian Bertel is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.   To see Kristian’s  body of work click on any photograph.           The fascinating culture and impressions of daily life in India is deterred by images of human masses in a confined…

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Medical Textiles Production In Germany – Workers, Tradition & Innovation

  Photographer Sabine Lewandowski is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From her project ‘Lauter Str. Fünzig‘.   To see Sabine’s body of work click on any photograph.             This documentary photography produced in 2016 depicts the traditional as well as modern…

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