The Burning Man Minute for March 30, 2014

Burning Man’s collective consciousness transcends the hegemonic noosphere while delegating the collective unconscious to you, at speeds not yet achieved by even the most spiritually advanced iPhone app!

The Burning Man Minute helps you keep track of everything you need to know without paying attention!

Caveat is the Volunteer Coordinator for Media Mecca at Burning Man is the author (under a clever pseudonym) of “A Guide to Bars and Nightlife in the Sacred City,” which has nothing to do with Burning Man. Contact him at Caveat (at)

About the author: Caveat Magister

Caveat grew up wanting to be a Russian novelist, but the closest he ever came was getting personally insulted by the first democratically elected president of Poland. He is not an official representative of Burning Man, or even an employee, and does not speak for the organization. He does, however, periodically show up at the Burning Man Philosophical Center with a sign that says "Philosophy in Progress." He tweets under the clever pseudonym of @BenjaminWachs. His email is Caveat at burningman dot org.

6 thoughts on “The Burning Man Minute for March 30, 2014

  • Doh!

    Er … I mean … sure, why not? Time means nothing to the spirit of Burning Man!

    Yeah … yeah … that’s what that’s about … it’s a, yah know, conceptual piece.

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  • Thanks Caveat Magister, whimsical and entertaining as always. <3
    My 28 year old son bought my ticket three years in a row, but has never gone. He'd rather race cars and shoot guns. haha
    @roissy, I like the 50 shades of grey water. That would be a great next episode.
    @Dustin, I've been 8 times and rarely take pictures. I took pictures of the giant scorpion to send to my Nov. born son. When people ask to see pictures I send them to the website. When my husband finally started joining me, he realized after 6 years it wasn't a whim, he made a wonderful video but he won't let me share it on the net… no clearance. :)
    I adore burning man!!! I could live that way forever. <3

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