I'm happy to announce I'm releasing Deep Scratch on Monday. Available in digital formats, followed by a hard copy edition in 2021. To receive a copy, please support me for the price of a coffee over at my Patreon, I'd prefer 3 Euro, but any support (1Euro) will get you a copy, plus you unlock … Continue reading Deep Scratch Novel Coming Monday 21st
Category: the tale of the tribe
Toot and Come-Inn: Cannabis Seeds and Finnegans Wake, and dogs, you dig?
Toot and Come-Inn: Cannabis Seeds and Finnegans Wake, and dogs, you dig? By Steve Fly Agaric 23. (Dedicated to Sirius, the dog) -- Is that answers? -- It am queery! -- The house was Toot and Come-Inn by the bridge called Tiltass, but are you solarly salemly sure, beyond the shatter of the canicular year? … Continue reading Toot and Come-Inn: Cannabis Seeds and Finnegans Wake, and dogs, you dig?
Cosmic Trigger Play and The Tale of The Tribe
PART 1: TTOTT and PLAY "Fuck God In The Ass"--Ed Sanders"If you can't say FUCK in public, then the terrorists have won.--D. Scott Apel.Towards the radical abolition of time as history, in favour of a more flexible playtime where 1994 and 1977 (for example) feedback to each other through the porthole of stagecraft. The Strange … Continue reading Cosmic Trigger Play and The Tale of The Tribe
Frances Yates and the Mnemonic Works of Giordano Bruno
Frances Yates and the Mnemonic Works of Giordano Bruno After Warburg's death in October 1929 and the migration of the Institute to London in 1933, Brunian studies at the Warburg Institute took a very different direction thanks to the research of Frances Yates (1899-1981). While Warburg's interest in Bruno and image-based thinking brought his philosophy … Continue reading Frances Yates and the Mnemonic Works of Giordano Bruno
Multi Model Agnostic Geometry: MMAG by Steve Fly Agaric 23
His philosophy was one of multiple model agnosticism - not just simply about the existence of God but agnosticism about everything. With MMA, there is no point getting hung up on the models themselves because that’s all they are – models.—John Higgs, KLF. pg. 258. Multi Model Agnostic Geometry. by Steven James Pratt Flyting: … Continue reading Multi Model Agnostic Geometry: MMAG by Steve Fly Agaric 23
Liffissippi River to Joyce’s Poundland
...and when the mode of themusic changes the walls of the city shake a perspective from relative place humbled individual to their partin universe and othersingle individuated mind in timegathering tales and knick knacks of history into a trick bagdo you feel melody and riddim’ in verse word sound image sandwichesattention to source to _____ … Continue reading Liffissippi River to Joyce’s Poundland
Massive Online Open Courses: From McLuhan to MOOC.
Note to Maybe Logic Academy! http://www.maybelogic.org/Massive Online Open Courses: From McLuhan to MOOC.Jonathan D. Moreno"In this summer of 2012 the buzz in the world of higher education is about massive online open courses, or "MOOC." It seems that cyber-prophet Marshall McLuhan saw this coming.As a classroom teacher for over 35 years who is about to … Continue reading Massive Online Open Courses: From McLuhan to MOOC.
TTOTT WHEELS GO AROUNDAROTA
TTOTT WHEELS GO AROUNDAROTATTOTT WHEELS GO AROUNDAROTABALANCING THE EQUATIONS WITH TRIADS.I view a part of my task in setting up a table of ttott correspondences as providing examples of how the tables can be used to create various effects. Both as study guides into historical, biographical work and as imagination guides into the tale of … Continue reading TTOTT WHEELS GO AROUNDAROTA
Giambattista Vico vs. Spinoza
http://www.cornell.edu/video/embed.js?videoID=793&startSecs=0&endSecs=4031Embedded video from Cornell University
Maybe Logic and the tale of the tribe: a no-place place.
The following 'testimonial' is edited from a post I made at the Maybe Logic Academy some months ago when I was inspired by 'evolver.net' calling for members to make testimonials to their social network, I wanted to write a testimonial to the open learning network encircling the 'Maybe Logic' meme, and dashed something off that … Continue reading Maybe Logic and the tale of the tribe: a no-place place.