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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: ConneXions Registration
We decided to keep the registration price down for the rest of May to allow more people to be able to register at the lower rate!  Help us spread the word to other slash fans!


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[dreamwidth.org profile] fanworks posted: FanWorks 2019 Panels!
Thank you to everyone who nominated and voted for panel programming this year! The wait is finally over - selected panels are listed below! More information about the mod selection process will be coming soon.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: The Future We Imagine Is the Future We Get

My future is post-scarcity

We already live in a post-scarcity world. We produce enough food to feed everyone on Earth. We produce enough energy to keep all humans safe and warm, and enough clean water to drink. Extreme poverty exists not because we don’t have enough to go around, but because we can’t distribute it. People die of starvation because of political barriers and supply chain problems, not scarcity.

In my future, these supply chain problems are solved, and the political ecosystem acknowledges and values the economic contributions of every human. That may sound utopian, but it’s not, because…

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Posted in full at: http://bit.ly/2E4yegO on May 10, 2019 at 10:00AM

Tarzan and Star Trek both premiered in the fall of 1966.

Mt Vernon Register New Fri Sep 9 1966

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Tumblr post (this is likely a reblog, and may have more pictures over there)


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