Kill Screen: PAUSE: Are three lines of a Commodore... →
killscreendaily: At Pace Digital Gallery this month, the new show Codings aims to show the computer as “an aesthetic, programmed device that computes on characters” on par with poetry. The curators explain: A three-line version of this program appeared in original 1982 _Commodore 64 User’s Guide:_…
PULPHEAD NOTES: An Event with Geoff Dyer in New... →
fsgbooks: New Yorkers: This will be a very, very memorable literary event. johnjeremiahsullivan: On Friday March 9th, John Jeremiah Sullivan and Geoff Dyer will be in conversation at 192 Books. Here’s Dyer from a recent interview in Bookforum: Failure is quite interesting, and it’s something I have a certain amount of experience with. I wasn’t a failure in the way lots of people are...
I like to let the customer be the first one to touch their phone,” she said. “Is...– I wrote this essay about adopting an iPhone and leaving behind a well-loved flip phone for Bygone Bureau.
: Best of #WriteSpace Vol. 4: The Deskless →
millionsmillions: Truman Capote once called himself “a completely horizontal author.” He worked from his bed, like our own Michael Bourne, or from the couch, like Lydia Kiesling and yrs. truly, and far be it from me to mess with his method, even if some of these #writespace entries are giving me a… Spaces that people write in
BRITTICISMS: Tumblrs I Love: Part Two →
britticisms: Last year, I created a long post featuring some of my favorite tumblrs. Below is part two of that list featuring a mix of personal bloggers, music publications, and my favorite cultural resources. What are some of your favorite tumblrs? — MUSIC MTHRFNKR Previously known as Post… Incredibly pleased to be on this great list of Tumblrs from @britticisms, I will strive...
we do not want to pay for our memories. The films that remind us of our...– ‘We, the Web Kids,’ The Atlantic (via somethingchanged) (The network is our memory, sorry, you don’t own that.) Ideologically claiming the title of ‘web kidz’ and praising the ‘independent network’ for storing your memoriez is the new _______.
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To us, the Web is a sort of shared external memory. We do not have to remember...– We, the Web Kids – an essay by Polish political writer and commentator Piotr Czerski lays out a manifesto for the generation nursed on the web. (via curiositycounts) “Information exists in motion”