(confusion de confusiones) via 911.jpg mailinglist came the link to a recent wire interview with author Neil Stevenson on Confusion Volumne two of his Baroque Circle: … Stephenson: To fuse means to melt; “con-fuse” means a melting together. When you say “I’m all mixed up” you’re saying the same thing in simpler words. At least […]Read More
.. made me trace back quite different lines as i expected and had intended to follow. This observation about my own routes made me even more thoughtful about the keywords I stumbled along.... too busy for intensive web reading at the moment I wanted to follow thatRead More
associating on the repeated appearance of the term from recent developments, which lead to actual contributions of it in different fields. The aspects of the notion come to mind when taking into regard its span from an article by Kareem Fahim The invisible men, associating to Ralph Ellison’s novel Invisible Man to recent tasks of […]Read More
In the article The Doubling of Space Moore argues that media as we use it multiplies the situational interconnections that are possible between places. He refers to older assumptions of Meyrowitz' conclusions on 'relatively placeless' situations in 'electronic societies', but constitutes rather a conception of place as pluralized. Read More
.. coming via The Pinocchio Theory and the review on capturing the friedmans via kottke.org remind me that some of these films I really want to see, especially if there is already some good or at least nicely done background info on the website like with the capturing of the friedmans or war of fog. […]Read More
... A single territory is mapped to the Net. This territory is also a set of codes that inscribe writing in a certain fashion--in the desire for immediate response, without delay, in the manner of analysis of mass communications; and the desire for the frontier, the unexplored, in the manner of (neo)colonialism.