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A Little Introduction (approx. 7 min. read) Hi, the following essay sprawled out of control into a what I now call a woo-woo piece. A densely packed linked up trans-media story, riddled with facts, methodology and research based thinking, yet considering epoch sized, call em' cosmic-ramifications, or woo-woo. I'd like to thank everybody who crossed … Continue reading Warriors Of The Rainbow 2020: A Trip Back To Novelty Wave
The future prophesy reported to surround the highly weird book, Finnegans Wake (1939) can be evidenced here: Chapter 23, page 337. Sounds a lot like Boris Johnson to me, and my sentiment asking for buds, and order. John Bercow anyone. I am incorrigible too. Boris the LOONER, and Boris Johnson the loner. Spot on jim. … Continue reading “Borrisalooner” – James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, Chapter 23. (Page 337)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-x-8Iucr6I Author, activist, and journalist Cory Doctorow delivered the 2018 OCLC/Frederick G. Kilgour Lecture on April 27 at 10 am in the CURRENT ArtSpace. In his talk, titled “The Internet, Peak Indifference, and the Point of No Return,” Doctorow argues that now is the time to permanently install freedom in the world's new electronic nervous … Continue reading 2018 Kilgour Lecture by Cory Doctorow
https://www.ap-arts.be/en/research/so-prettly-prattly-pollylogue-james-joyce-and-art-eng "The poster for Bloomsday event in Antwerp. To attend the Saturday happening register separately asap, via the conference email: firstname.lastname@example.org The charge for the whole day is 10 Euro which includes food and drinks."
“What I found out,” says Pyle, “was that there were all these niches and subcultures — dead heads, punk rockers, out-there artists, avant-garde classical musicians, Robert Anton Wilson fans — and within their subcultures ‘Finnegans Wake’ has a lot of importance. ... What I think happened was we were able to bring together a bunch … Continue reading Rockers, artists pay tribute to James Joyce with massive project