Last week I was in Dallas, Texas, where I found this great book: The inscription says Listen! Magick is afoot. Which is better than a hand! Now I am in New York City to talk about bots, phenomenology, and maybe the entire Internet at Theorizing The Web. I am preparing by watching this: Which I recorded […]
I want to tell people why they should read Peli Grietzer, but instead of doing that, I’m going to post this image from Kathy Acker’s Blood and Guts In High School which was used to accompany this article. Theories of vibe, Blood and Guts, read and then get off the internet..
Magic, and grownups inclined to take pleasure in its ambiguous status, its relationship to artifice and sympathy, rather than feeling burdened by the whole thing. Wondering how long you can practice magic before it becomes an anvil between your ribs. Like how many minutes a chill can creep around your spine before it presages nerve […]
I almost cry every time I watch this
It’ll always be in progress, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlbdGIdtNv1jrYEu2TpSYP1OdbwGOvU-Y
 Fact: writing is made of words, not ideas.  “Nothing is like an idea so much as an idea” — Bishop Berkeley  Fact: writing, ideas, and content all refer to different entities.  “I myself prefer an Argentine fantasy. God did not create a Book of Nature of the old sorts Europeans imagined. He wrote […]
…the invention of the Morse alphabet in 1837 was promptly followed by the tapping specters of spiritistic seances sending their messages from the realm of the dead. Promptly as well, photographic plates-even and especially those taken with the camera shutter closed-furnished reproductions of ghosts or specters, whose black-andwhite fuzziness only served to underscore the promise […]
“I’ve invented nothing; I’ve simply been the secretary of my sensations” — Emil Cioran