This morning, I was reading The Pinning of Someone Unplaceable by Dominique Holvoet in The Lacanian Review #9: Still Life? (pp. 81-86), and I read the following sentence that highlights something that Jacques-Alain Miller said in the text Habeas Corpus. J.-A. Miller [said] "man, unlike the subject, has
Content: I am picking up on something that was mentioned last time: The artist/musician Chilly Gonzales. I talk about the concepts of "benevolent pressure," talk about professional wrestling, and Godzilla movies, and consider the question of why people might make things. Referenced: Last episode Chilly Gonzales, in
Content: A silly remark about my kid being a hypoallergenic kid leads into a silly story about something a former roommate said regarding hypoallergenic dogs. This leads to a little bit of paranoia, a comparison of the Internet now to the Internet that existed from about 2000-2010. A discussion of
Hi there, This is the second week in a row that I've sent out the newsletter. And, while two does not constitute much of a streak, I'm glad to have managed it. Earlier today, I made my kids dinner. One of the kids said he did
The second episode of QTS is up. Content: This episode is me talking about trying to make some intro sounds/music for the podcast and getting carried away. Referenced: - Ghost Busters - The Flash Season 3, Episode 22 - Hal Hartley - Trust - Surviving Desire - Henry Fool
Read the following on The Loop [https://www.loopinsight.com/2021/04/26/apple-tv-announces-new-music-docuseries-1971-the-year-that-music-changed-everything/] > An immersive, deep-dive rich with archival footage and interviews, “1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything,” will show how the musical icons of the time were influenced by the changing tides of history; and, in
I’m an consistent reader/follower of the ambient music blog Headphone Commute. Today I saw a link to this playlist posted there [https://headphonecommute.com/2021/04/23/1000-reasons-to-ride/]. I started to listen, and it’s a huge playlist of the sort if music I can use for thinking.
From the Fluid Radio review of the album [https://www.fluid-radio.co.uk/2021/04/matt-robertson-enveleau/]: > The pandemic has been a ripe blossom for creativity, even at a time when the rest of the world experienced stagnation, confinement, and death. In 2020, music, creativity, and the arts in general