It crackles and crackles in the ear of the Secretary-General, he wakes up dazed and lost after a disturbing dream and shaves carefully and fastens his grip on himself like a thoughtful tie knot and eats an egg in EU-format brown cheese on the table herring ...
Zuckerberg presents the visions for the 21st century, you should pay close attention to what is the concrete content of what they present of technology, researched in the laboratories of Silicon Valley.
When Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, introduces the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution), and when Elon Musk, the founder of the successful Tesla, plus Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg presents the visions for the 21st century , you should pay close attention to what is the specific content of what they present of technology, researched in the laboratories of Silicon Valley.
Isn't poetry the best when you get lost in the language, when you have to play with the concealed premise of an erratic poet, throw in the wild, and then recognize yourself in something unknown, something foreign, and yes, dangerous and threatening ?
The language poet Lyn Hejinian's work The Fatalist invites a fundamental reflection on the political and human consequences of language, abstract thought, unpredictable language games and the poetically obvious.
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