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Watch an ABC reporter attempt to understand the "desperate rage" of 1997 Burning Man.
Here today, gone tomorrow.
You can spy on every one of your friends at Burning Man. Right here. Right now.
I had been directing archaeological research for a decade in the highland Andes, in one of those rare places on earth where civilization once spontaneously arose. The more years I spent digging, the more enigmatic the site became.
Each year, it weathers the storms of time, taste as old timers and newbies alike make the pilgrimage to the desert to find out who they are, and to even for a brief, fleeting moment glimpse a better more cooperative world.
Out of this world.
The idea of Dusty PlayGround is to display the "quieter side" of Burning Man. Often perceived as many things that seem to oppose what society deems as "kid friendly," the parents of The Playa believe that there is no better place to activate and nurture the imagination.
If you start seeing diseased livestock and thunderstorms of hail and fire, know that the apocalypse is upon us.
Complete with fire-breathing dragons.
After bumping into countless individuals at a local mall who were so consumed with their digital devices that they didn't bother to look up, Tex Allen was beyond frustrated by the state of disconnection in our world.