will.sargent at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 21:18:10 UTC 2012
The reason I ask is because Noisebridge traditionally has an emphasis
on hacking, where hacking roughly means "creative activities with an
interaction between art and technology."
"Hacking consciousness" not withstanding, this sounds like a
discussion of the experiences that various different kinds of drugs
give you and how tribal societies interact with those drugs -- which
can be educational and worthwhile, but not really along the same lines
as building your own circuits, learning how to do web development, or
even learning how to make legal, safe drugs through chemistry.
Is this something that you think should be hosted at Noisebridge
specifically? Do you think you might find more interested people at,
say, the Buddhist Center or Free School?
On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 12:41 PM, Daniel Jabbour
<daniel at psychedelicsf.org> wrote:
> We're a relatively new group, just started last December. Right now we've got about 150 folks on our meetup.com group (www.PsychedelicSF.org), and our event at Noisebridge will mark our 5th or so event. I helped organize a similar group in NYC, before I moved, that grew to over 600 members. Hacking one's consciousness is fascinating and at the heart of the human experience. I hope you can make it to our lecture at Noisebridge this Sunday :)
> Warm regards,
> Daniel Jabbour
> Organizer, Psychedelic Society of San Francisco
> daniel at psychedelicsf.org
> On Feb 28, 2012, at 12:01 PM, Andy Isaacson wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 10:34:50AM -0800, William Sargent wrote:
> "We work to create safe spaces to foster discussion and community
> between consciousness seekers: psychologists, artists, philosophers,
> hippies, makers, scientists . . . I hope you can join us at a future
> Is this another troll, or is this actually a real thing?
> I wondered the same thing, and asked around. The consensus seems to be
> that the book release party is a real event put on by real, sincere
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