A double spooks the world, the double of abstraction. The fortunes of states and...– Abstraction/class by McKenzie Wark (2004)
Encyclopedias still exist, but as the Internet has taken over everything that we...– The Internet Has Just Finally Killed The Encyclopedia End of an era This might be taken out of context, and it might be to mix fields who’s discourses on the topic are quite different (on which I’m not very knowledgeable in neither), but reading this made me think of a coming...
9 songs →
Linking to your other blog feels worse thank quoting yourself in a thesis. But I couldn’t be bothered putting these tracks up again. On repeat last week. And the week before that. And this week.
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A little teaser for my essay in the coming issue of Vestoj on Fashion and Shame.
ratsoff: Real Estate stop by NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert” series. (pitchfork.)
One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.– Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums
The new media are oriented towards action, not contemplation; towards the...– Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Constituents of a Theory of the Media (1970). Oh well done anticipating digital online culture in 2012 some 40 years earlier.