From The Homeopape — For The Week Ending 06/21/2015

From The Homeopape is a semi-regular list of [Barely Curated] links related to Philip K. Dick from all over the Internet. A homeopape, a term coined by Philip K. Dick, is defined by Philip K. Dick himself in Ubik (1966):

UbikIn a corner of the large room a chime sounded and a tinkling mechanical voice called, “I’m your free homeopape machine, a service supplied exclusively by all the fine Rootes hotels throughout Earth and the colonies. Simply dial the classification of news that you wish, and in a matter of seconds I’ll speedily provide you with a fresh, up-to-the-minute homeopape tailored to your individual requirements; and, let me repeat, at no cost to you!”

 

June 15, 2015

Rare Philip K. Dick children’s book coming back into print

Come on, Apple, give us a phone that can empty the dishwasher: CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last weekend’s TV

The Brave New World of Customer Service

What Bristol is reading – June 8 to 15

Powering up a dramatic future

The SFFaudio Podcast #321 – READALONG: Solar Lottery by Philip K. Dick

Rare Philip K. Dick children’s book coming back into print

“My Name is Talky Tina… and I Have a New Favorite Short Story” – Philip K. Dick’s “Beyond the Door”

Eye In The Sky – Philip Kindred Dick by Cadwalader Ringgold on Flickr

Philip K. Dick and Entheogens
[Also available as a pdf here in case you don’t have or don’t want a Scribd account.]

June 16, 2015

Philip K Dick’s only novel for children — Nick and the Glimmung — to be reissued in the UK.

Philip K. Dick Theorizes The Matrix in 1977, Says We Live in “A Computer-Programmed Reality”

Philip K Dick’s only novel for children to be reissued in UK

Another Swagbucks team challenge

My Pop Life#85 : The Undercover Man – Van Der Graaf Generator

June 17, 2015

Philip K. Dick

The Many and Troublesome Adaptations of Philip K. Dick

Aftermath: when help is not helpful

The Crystal Crypt by Philip K. Dick

Philip K. Dick by peileppe

Philip K. Dick by hauk sven on Flickr

June 18, 2015

“Inside Out”: Pixar’s sad and sweet new adventure explores the mind of an 11-year-old girl

Books Calendar

Pure imagination

James Joyce — Modern Psychonaut

Book Review: A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick

A Scanner Darkly (2006)

Disinfo:Pulling the Cosmic Trigger: The Contact Experiences of Philip K Dick & Robert Anton Wilson

June 19, 2015

Philip K. Dick roundup: A children’s book, the Apple watch and ‘The I Ching’

Readers recommend: songs about books

The “dreams” of Google’s AI are equal parts amazing and disturbing

Mental movies: 6 brain-focused films

Letter From Skunk Hollow: On empathy with birds, tree frogs, even a snapper

INSIDE OUT – The Review

Philip K. Dick as novelist – discussion

Philip K. Dick – rating as novelist.

Pulling the Cosmic Trigger: The Contact Experiences of Philip K Dick & Robert Anton Wilson

Philip K. Dick roundup: A children’s book, the Apple watch and ‘The I Ching’

Philip K. Dick’s “Beyond the Door” Short Film

VALIS: An Opera on the novel by Philip K. Dick

Thomas’s Reviews > Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick > Status Update

Philip K. Dick roundup: A children’s book, the Apple watch and ‘The I Ching’ – MassLive.com

June 20, 2015

New Google’s image recognition software

Nostalgia trip: a film, album and book on theme of armies

The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick

June 21, 2015

Watch a Philip K. Dick movie on Hoopla

Science Fiction Short Story Review: “The Skull” by Philip K. Dick

Philip K Dick experience by Mike Gallagher

The Defenders Quotes

Simon Vandereecken’s Reviews > Second Variety: A Short Science Fiction Novel by Philip K. Dick

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