THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY THREE

From Rob Horning’s Sick of Myself. “And the creation of identity in the form of a data archive would seem to fashion not a grounded self but an always incomplete and inadequate double — a “self partially forced from the body.” You are always in danger of being confronted with your incohesiveness, with evidence of aContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY THREE”

THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHT

From Douglas Coupland’s Escaping the superfuture. Lately I’ve been experiencing a new temporal sensation that’s odd to articulate, but I do think is shared by most people. It’s this: until recently, the future was always something out there up ahead of us, something to anticipate or dread, but it was always away from the present. ButContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHT”