Daily Archives: August 6, 2024

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  • Death is not a metaphor

    I remember when Jacques Derrida died. I didn’t particularly mourn his passing. I resented the fact that I’d only drilled down on the post-modern claptrap after it was passe and had been replaced by corporate surrealism, it’s logical extension. This ill-marked passage in intellectual history happened I think in the early eighties, when the global [...]

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    Krapp’s Last Tape

    When I Paint My Masterpiece …and Mike? I’d go with the Canon EOS350D.

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    Play it again, José

    Wondering what’s going on in the ze Frank match against the Fabulosos… OMG, ze is losing! “I see only one move ahead, but it is always the correct one.” – José Raúl Capablanca

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    Jeannine Hall Gailey – Reading

    Three poems from Jeannine Hall Gailey‘s book, Becoming the Villainess… Female Comic Book Superheroes Wonder Woman Dreams of the Amazon The Conversation

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    Madame Levy’s Banner

    In her book, “Blogging for Fun and …well, for Fun,” Madame Levy ‘splains the enormous pleasure one can derive by messing with the banner contents on a Typepad blog. Where some are content to slam a logo and fuhgeddaboutit, Levy displays continuously shifting content in that space, content seemingly disconnected from the flow of the [...]

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