Some Way Cool Links

Music: Eric Clapton - Forever Man | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: The Who - Eminence Front | Youtube

"This song is about what happens when you take too much white powder" Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Echo and the Bunnymen - Lips Like Sugar (12" Mix) | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: The Cult - She Sells Sanctuary | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Duran Duran - Come Undone | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Madis - Under the Sea | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Kebu - Chase (Giorgio Moroder Cover) | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Kebu feat. Johan Becker - Heat of the Night (Cover) | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Scott Ampleford - The Terminator (Cover) | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Supine - Weather Outlet | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Dreamstate Logic - Pulse Of Awakening | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Music: Jean-Michel Jarre - Oxygene 8 (Madis Remix) | Youtube

Added Friday July 19, 2019.


Psychology: Edward Bernays | Wikipedia

A founding thinker in the modern engineering of consent. Nephew of Sigmund Freud. "Bernays touted the idea that the 'masses' are driven by factors outside their conscious understanding, and therefore that their minds can and should be manipulated by the capable few." While naturally accompanied by pros and cons, such a thought pattern is generally amenable to the INTJ's preferred channels of perception, and feeds into the idea that INTJs are capable of manipulation on a grand scale. "In addition to being a special, individual human being, you are also a component in a system. Maybe even _my_ system." Being aware of this pattern is very important. Added Friday June 28, 2019.


Music: Power Station - We Fight for Love (Commando OST) | Youtube

Added Thursday June 27, 2019.


Radio: What’s Left To Do On Shortwave (Radio)

A lot of INTJs love to monitor the airwaves. Metaphorically it's something we're good at, as well. This is a great little blog post summarizing the types of things you can expect to pick up with a radio and antenna, on the shortwave radio bands. My personal record is a station picked up from Africa, 10,000+ miles from my location. Was just walking along outside in the winter, doing a scan, when it came in loud and clear. Radio propagation is weird and kind of cool in that way. Added Thursday June 27, 2019.