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15th March 2014

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On Carving Your Own Gravestone
Out of Holographic Paper & OHP Pens

something in advertising has buckled
can something in advertising fracture
the gods’word that writes itself on every visible surface,
made its known in a hole-

we couldn’t spit at daffodils
we couldn’t spit at iron
the anchor at the side of the road
and a competitive take-out menu,
not to be confused with menuing.

the conditions always being favourable,
and the particular resolution pre-set
as seamless grouting for the spotter (automated);
the beast-in-repose courts ‘refusal’,
and evidenced disarray remains ‘a personal problem’ (persistent),
with no demands heard.

ofc 1 is encouraged to pebbledash in public,
what with the bureauGod-given solutions being crowned The Backbone of Economy, and All,
and given that one can’t not.

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12th March 2014

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its complexity betrays the fact it wasn’t written by fools, which it wants you to think it is.
it is making use of curiosity-followback, nothing else makes sense. it is possibly the most complex i have seen, the least bot-ish that i’ve been able to identify for relative-certain.

I DO NOT OWN THE LAPTOP I USE (probably not).
I SENT AN EMAIL. (probably)

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18th February 2014

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a certain kind of ~subjectivity~

a certain kind of ~subjectivity~

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18th February 2014

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6 Simple Rituals To Reach Your Potential Every Day - Fast Company › Fast Company › Work Smart‎
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15 Jan 2013 - 10 posts - ‎5 authors
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A Day at Camp - Camp Kesem‎
Each morning bright and early, the admin team comes through and nicely wakes up the campers… with loud, fun music :) Everyone then gets ready for a new, fun-filled day as quickly as possible, … Screen shot 2013-07-17 at 10.41.48 AM.
Day one again in sobriety, except for the half shot this morning that I …‎
I have been drinking every day again, trying to be very careful not to get caught. ….. I entered into a new relationship in a year and everything was amazing! so …
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5 days ago - Dean goes through a long and irritating morning bathroom routine, and they … Sam wakes up to Asia again and sees Dean just like he did the day before … because she’s a terrible shot (thus implying Dean died this way). … Sam wakes to a different song, “Back in Time” by Huey Lewis and the News, and is …
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24 Aug 2012 - The first few hours of the work day can have a significant effect on your level of … over the following eight—so it’s important you have a morning …
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18th February 2014

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Inspirational Quotes: new day - Inspiration Peak‎
Welcome every morning with a smile. … You can turn over a new leaf every hour … lit by our everyday sun, the land of difficult love, shot through with shadow.
The Mountain Goats - Psalms 40:2 Lyrics | SongMeanings‎
Each morning new. Each day shot through. With all the sharp, small shards of shrapnel. That seem to burst out of me and you. Head down toward Kansas
The Gift of a New Day | Day With KT‎
9 Feb 2014 - Instead of carrying things over from the previous day, each morning will be a completely fresh start!!! Screen Shot 2014-02-09 at 9.28.39 AM.
tabs:psalms_40_2 [the Mountain Goats Wiki]‎
20 Apr 2012 - … the sky he has raised me from the pit and set me high F Cm each morning new F Cm each day shot through F Cm G# with all the sharp small …
A cup of coffee a day keeps the doctor away - Canadian Living…/a_cup_of_coffee_a_day_keeps_the_doctor…‎
Every morning Lesli Boldt starts her day with a serious cup of coffee — a two-shot espresso with hot water. … Not only does Lesli’s coffee taste good, but new research suggests that it may also be good for her. … “Coffee consumption fits into a very healthy diet and, if anything, may have a beneficial effect,” Dr. Eileen Madden, …
15 Reasons to Use Apple Cider Vinegar Every Day…/15-Reasons-to-Use-Apple-Cider-Vinegar-E…‎
21 Aug 2012 - Apple cider vinegar is my new obsession. I recently began taking apple cider vinegar shots a few times a day for a … Pour the solution through your hair after shampooing several times a week for dramatic results. … You can do this at night after washing, and in the morning before you apply your moisturizer.
Island Ireland: Irish Toasts‎
Irish Toasts for Everyday and Special Occasions … In the New Year, may your right hand always be stretched out in friendship but never in want. Irish Saint Patrick’s Day Toasts. Saint Patrick was a gentleman, Who through strategy and stealth, … May you die in bed at 95, shot by a jealous spouse. … Each morning and night.
The Mountain Goats - Psalms 40:2 - YouTube
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11 Jan 2011 - Uploaded by devilishkurumi
Each morning new. Each day shot through. With all the sharps small shards of shrapnel that seem to burst of me and you. Head down towards …
Six Pakistani police officers are shot dead protecting Spanish cyclist … › News › World news › Pakistan‎
22 Jan 2014 - Police said they did not know why he was cycling through such a dangerous area. … carrying Shia pilgrims from Iran had killed 24 people the previous day. … top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.
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29th January 2014


an offering to the gods of language retention

an offering to the gods of language retention

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19th January 2014


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21st December 2013


The logic of post-democracy trends is circular – big business is encouraged to grow, becomes more important to an economy, is incorporated into the structures of governance, has a greater influence in policy-making, which in turn allows it to grow further – but what is more damning is the complete surrender of opposition parties to these mechanisms. Indeed the most successful practitioners of the neoliberal model were the ‘Third Way’ administrations of Tony Blair and Bill Clinton. This is in itself revealing. The ‘move to the centre’, as the enclosure of democratic parameters was referred to, was pursued with relatively minor disturbance through the mid-to-late nineties and on through the first half of the twenty-first century. For all the dwindling voter turnout and periodic anti-globalisation unrest, the model of Anglo-American capitalism appeared to be in rude health, even succeeding in co-opting the progressive currents of theory which had previously been a reliable check on the abuses of power carried out under the banner of orthodoxy.

Of course, this superficial tranquillity and the façade of having conquered ‘boom and bust’ was quite dramatically shown up as being anything but sustainable, as a subprime mortgage crisis in California snowballed into 2007’s Global Financial Crisis. The post-industrial zeitgeist of endlessly shared risk and endlessly accrued profits sank under the cold reality that the American and British banking sectors were bailed out by the state and, lest we forget, the taxpayer. Suddenly swarms of writers were queuing to stick the proverbial knife into the pillars of neoliberal political economy, taking aim at irresponsible bond traders and mortgage lenders. Wall St. and the City were corrupt and above the law, the political class in cahoots with all manner of unsavoury interests. The election of President Obama in 2008 can be viewed in this light. It is ever easier to lament how ‘change’ and ‘hope’ were mere rhetoric, but that would be a disservice to the grassroots mobilisation within ‘ground zero’ of the economic crisis, one which Russell Brand, incidentally, was keen to support. With its credibility strained, the notion of a ‘shelf life’ for political economy ideologies was optimistically brought back to the discussion. As surely as neoliberalism had usurped Keynesianism, many assumed another imminent transformation of capitalism.

These observers had underestimated the pyrrhic success of the past thirty years with regards to the nexus between the state and big business. Now more than half a decade after the Global Financial Crisis, governments across the OECD have grappled with a conundrum largely of their own making. In spite of overwhelming criticism, the political class remained ‘lost in the maze’, not only now relying on MNCs to provide public services and the running of government, but also now quite literally stakeholders after a series of forced nationalisations. The link between the two was if anything strengthened, as evidenced by the business-as-usual approach typifying the 2010-present period: the banks once lambasted as ‘too big to fail’ are now even bigger, housing markets are being stoked into bubbles again and Nobel laureate Robert Shiller has warned of another US stock market crash.

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21st December 2013

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Impact Theory

The initial chemical shock.
The subsequent shocks as “things” begin to swim themselves back together, as patterns are reasserted.
The identification,
Its attendants,
Its rules.

The imprint cannot be held indefinitely for evaluation, it decays, it is adapted.
If we can envision the imprint flash of signification, the signalled circuits, there is then at least the image of “a blueprint” from which we can seek to retrieve its information- a received architecture of reception, which could, in theory, being diagrammatic, serve as a stand-in for neutral ground and advocate for non-dismissal- the mask of the “objective good” which could allow the subject a platform from which the subject may voice what the subject may deem unvoicable of their thoughts without shame, without blaming itself for its unpalatable echoes.
the machines that breed together as they appear contorted “individualised”;; displayed inhabiting a new configuration in the host body.

does this stand-in for the not-born, this “image of a blueprint” exist outside?
It is declared all around us to trick us.
it lives in the doctors’ polluted questionnaire
it lived well in anonymity of the subject
it lives still in the strings of those who would compel themselves to become that-which-is-despicable on the public stage without cause or notice, as if embodying a collective demon could logically provide redemption beyond the cry of “there exists that which we will not voice”.

The moral subject being process, yearnings. Careful consideration and indeterminacy being taboo as weakness, “collectively” deemed* a virtue only when falsified.

The anonymous subject does well to declare the machinations of their perspective, to be sure, but it seems that a lifetime for that task would not be long enough, and shorthand does not appear to translate. Is it said that the process is born of the yearnings? The yearnings then; what may we call wholesome when the universal is the first thing to be misused in any struggle? Conventional wisdom holds that one Asimov could write new programming instructions for the human subject and a thousand abusers would be born, regardless. There is no perspective from which to counter this assumption.

*declared a virtue by “the voice of the public”

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9th December 2013


Susan Boyle is part of autism's 'invisible generation' →

To people with the condition the world can appear chaotic with no clear boundaries, order or meaning.”


"I currently serve on the Services and Quality Development Committee, and the Brand and Commercial Development Committee. I hold a postgraduate certificate in autism and am currently completing research for my doctorate at the University of Birmingham on the impact of educational video on autistic individuals and their families."

 My professional background includes over 20 years in strategic planning, marketing and branding, working for major international companies (including Coca-Cola and Unilever) and later running my own marketing consultancy practice. I started my career as a research scientist, gaining a PhD in biochemistry. I recently re-joined Coca-Cola as Global Category Director for their water business and am also currently a governor of Durants School, the autism-specific secondary school in Enfield.”

My experience includes working in social services on strategic planning, joint commissioning, financial management (especially efficiency and cost-reduction work) and quality and performance management. I hold an MBA and MA in social policy and research.”

 A qualified accountant, I have spent the majority of my career as a Finance Director in the telecommunications and IT sectors.”

My other life is as an Army officer”

An IT Industry professional with over 20 years experience in both the public and private sectors, I currently serve on the boards of a number of companies specialising in education and IT”

Until recently she was Minister for Crime Prevention and Anti-Social Behaviour Reduction at the Home Office and is a former Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party. She served as an MP for Tiverton and Honiton from 1992 to 2010.

 In 2008 she introduced the 'Ten Minute Rule Bill in Parliament which paved the way for the Autism Act 2009.

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8th December 2013

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4th June 2013


so inside gallery walls things appear to have materialised from the ether, so to speak, that special feeling of The Unknowable Source, or anyhow,
the gallery walls are contextualised in such a way that the recontextualising of objects that exist within them is not allowed to complete its transitions.

but that is all old hat, worn by the wide-eyed young and the absent rich.

so then you have the same interruptive-process occurring for certain people on objects outside of that space, frequently (everyone has Left Paris). although it is impossible to know: is the increased frequency simply a matter of increased availability of records, or elsewise still a matter of observer bias? almost certainly, but through/without the lens of technoshock we must strive to see the occurence as it is, resulting from a combination of several factors, in order to understand how to reproduce the occurrence in an effort to spread its power. of course it is possible if not innevitable that many if not all factors may be identified incorrectly,  yet many possible factors have made themselves apparent to my mind some of which i will mention below1 and infinitely more are as yet variously both known-by-others and unknown

when the interruptive-process does occur outside of those walls it gifts its user with the known-context of “human being with a workable symbology of oppositions” through which to see the objects they encounter inside the walls.

this is the skeleton key of endless spirals. it too is old hat but the hat remains one-size-fits-all. the most useful hat to ever put on anything’s head and easily available in any language at any time.

this the cyclical shift in power, and may the ever-breeding rats see fit to drown the ship’s cat. murals, window dressings, a shared hall on every street.

"movements" that is revolutions of understanding occur in this temporal environment "delocalised", "numbed" to the world stage2, and apparently in much faster succession than ever before, yet a man still must live the same number of days, and breathe the same, and reach the same plateaus.

1- the choices of recontextualisation that image-workers are forced to make being now the very-public choices of the many (which produces pockets of fervent and fruitful rapid transitions),
the power of the image being blown abundant into the hands of the many,
the shifting tides of history and sudden influxes of information making neat work of previously-held convictions.

2- to the world stage only. on the level of the human being emotional navigation remains the only possible method of navigation, and i think the machine, which runs not by direct index but through crowd-records of intuitive choices, will enter only further into this bargain and that a call from the void to the user for a numbed non-response may become increasingly rare if not entirely impossible. dopamine being that which supports the machine and feedback loops being the principle by which etc.

I am repeating myself.

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26th May 2013

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just think how handy all this big data will be to yahoo’s for-hire marketing subsidiaries once pattern recognition on image use becomes as efficient as it is for text use. in terms of the prediction/manipulation of desires. i mean boy how often do i wish i had access to all that data just to watch it! that’s the first thing i thought of when i heard and i’m betting it’s gibson’s fault that it came to mind immediately. then i checked out the shoddy wikipedia list of their subsidiaries and they are indeed already operating on that front. saying this because i just saw one of their statements about the takeover on the dashboard and the language use seemed to confirm that as a motivation.

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