Updated November 28th, 2017
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show
The Fedora Chronicles Episode 73:
The Shape of Black Friday Water
November 27th, 2017 - John Pyka and Eric Renderking Fisk talk about the issue of "Made In America" clothes and where to find them, and then the horrors of Black Friday. Also more talk about movies of 2017 that have been released before the final Christmas push, The Shape of Water, and we close the show with the question - what do dieselpunks and other retrocentrics want for Christmas?
The Metaphysical Connection
Episode 70 - Techocracy | November 25th, 2017
Walt Schnabel and Eric Renderking Fisk discuss the rise of a form of government that will be run by the technocrats and entrepreneurs who create new tools to make the population conform to their standards and supercomputers to make decisions. We discuss how the citizens in the western world freely submit their information to the government via social media and how our data is exploited via The Prism Program. Be sure to visit our Metaphysical Connection home page for more episodes!
The Book Cellar
"Animal Farm" by George Orwell: The Fedora Chronicles Book Cellar
Eric Renderking Fisk reviews a book that's more than a fable about animals taking over the farm. Read past reviews in The Book Cellar.
Flicks To Hold You Over
Flicks To Hold You Over: "Blade Runner 2049" | October 9th, 2017
Eric Renderking Fisk writes: "“Blade Runner 2049” is the kind of Cyberpunk movie David Lean might have made about the future if he had access to our modern tools and pool of talent. It’s “Doctor Zhivago” with androids, holograms and flying cars. But in a good way!" Check out our other "Flicks To Hold You Over!"
The Fedora Chronicles Style Guide
"The Harlot of Steampunk Babylon," |July 11th, 2017 - The punch line? When a group has a leader with a messiah complex, it always ends badly! Commentary by Eric Renderking Fisk