A sudden chorus of whoops and yibbles burst from a kind of juke box at the far end of the room. Everybody quit talking. The bartender tiptoed back, with the drinks. “What’s happening?” Oedipa whispered. “That’s by Stockhausen,” the hip graybeard informed her, “the early crowd tends to dig your Radio Cologne sound. Later on […]Read more "Multi-Point Live Mix"
There are many that I know and they know it. They are all of them repeating and I hear it. I love it and I tell it. I love it and now I will write it. This is now a history of my love of it. I hear it and I love it and I […]Read more "They repeat it and I hear it and I love it."
Off-campus today, so if I want “24 hour access” to this article, it will only cost me… Actually, I can’t find out how much it will cost me until I give Wiley my credit card information. Can you imagine any other online retailer trying that? I have no original observations to offer, but I’m disturbed […]Read more "Higher Education and Private Good"
I’ve watched it a few times now, and still can’t believe that this exists. See also parts Two, and Three. There is also a version specifically edited for fans of The Runaways. The 1978 Rock and Roll Sports Classic would count as must-see viewing if you, like me, have often lain awake wondering things such […]Read more "An artefact brought forth from a parallel dimension, one superficially like our own"
INTRODUCTION: Disconnectivism is driven by the delusion that decisions are made on any basis of reality whatsoever. New information is continually being discarded when it conflicts with dominant interests. The inability to draw distinctions between important and unimportant information drives our collective discourse. The inability to recognize when new information alters the landscape defines how […]Read more "Toward a theory of Disconnectivism"