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Concluding Fragments.

…I think the most impressive part of this seminar was the way every week’s readings could’ve gone in a thousand different directions, precisely because we all offered lots of unique knowledge to shade them, point them up or down, and … Continue reading

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First Do No Harm.

While the first year Comp. PhDs [5 total] were at C’s, we stayed with some friends of mine, a couple–Matt & Amy. Amy is a nurse, kind, yet outspoken. Matt is a high school English teacher, appreciates good beer, and … Continue reading

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Facial Hair Font.

This is belated, but here’s a guy who’s turning his facial hair into his own font: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/feb/23/man-turned-beard-alphabet-alphabeard

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Reading Markson Reading.

So, in anticipating all the very interesting marginalia next week, I thought I’d share a site that I’m rather in love with. http://readingmarksonreading.tumblr.com/ If you’re not familiar with him, David Markson (died at 82 in summer of 2010) was a … Continue reading

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Gibberish.

So I spent an unproductive amount of time on Fontstruct and was completely pissed off because, while it’s user-friendly to some extent, I was totally unprepared and overwhelmed by the whole thing. To think that Eric Gill probably spent years … Continue reading

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Lebenssprache der Welt.

Besides a recent bother I had knocking around about whether binary code is rhetorical or not, I’ve also been thinking about divination, natural religion, and how to read the world. Or, thought another way: how the world communicates (in a … Continue reading

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