C-Realm Podcast

The C-Realm is a weekly, interview-based program which features discussions on topics ranging from a possible technological singularity, to entheogenic exploration, the re-localization of community and agriculture, and the competing narratives by which we define ourselves and navigate our world.

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497: Back Ahead


KMO starts 2016 with a look back at some of 2015's preoccupations, starting with the "sexy baby vocal virus" otherwise known as up speak and vocal fry. It only seems to bother anybody when young women do it, so is the objection based on sexism? If so,


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 2016-01-06  57m
 
 

496: Radically Radical


KMO welcomes Alfie Bown, author of Enjoying It: Candy Crush & Capitalism to the C-Realm Podcast to discuss the philosophical analysis of pop culture and everyday experiences. KMO, following Noam Chomsky and Joe Bageant,


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 2015-12-30  1h0m
 
 

Our Secret Shame


Patricia Paul, one of the presenters at the 2015 World Technology Network's Summit on Technological Unemployment joins KMO on the C-Realm Podcast to discuss the unexpected form that technological displacement of workers is taking.


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 2015-12-23  59m
 
 

494: The Mists of Memory


KMO welcomes Peter Bebergal, author of Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock and Roll back to the C-Realm Podcast to talk about the role of memory in the writing of Gene Wolfe. One of Wolfe's characters, Latro from Soldier of the Mist,


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 2015-12-16  59m
 
 

493: The Search for Scarcity


KMO talks with financial writer Charles Hugh Smith about the themes of his new book, A Radically Beneficial World: Automation, Technology and Creating Jobs for All: The Future Belongs to Work That Is Meaningful.


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 2015-12-09  59m
 
 

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