Monthly Archives: April 2016

More Things in Heaven and Earth than an Algorithm

Posted by Rob Moore


With communication planet Mercury and sex-related planet Mars fully in retrograde, we’re in a period when it can be very easy to misinterpret what’s happening at the root of our communications. Rob Moore steps back for some perspective on the double-edged sword of Facebook: quality of connection, quantity, timing and the algorithms.

The Last Gasp Of Gordon Gekko

Posted by Judith Gayle


The populism that has begun to gel as a genuine political movement is largely based on financial issues, the one thing both sides of the political spectrum agree upon. That shouldn’t come as a surprise to citizens of the USA, whose independence was fought and won over the concept of improper taxation.

Democracy Now! — Friday, April 29, 2016

Posted by Planet Waves


A 2011 video of peacefully protesting students at UC Davis being pepper-sprayed went viral, and the school has tried to scrub it from the Internet. The school’s chancellor, Linda Katehi, is being investigated for allegations of nepotism and conflicts of interest, as well as mishandling of those protests.

Bring It On Home

Posted by Len Wallick


Using an apt musician metaphor, Len Wallick considers the patterns Venus makes and its ingress into Taurus, one of the sign it rules. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to bring Venus on home in a similar way.