How Computers Divorce Us From Humanity, And Disassociate The Knowing of Time and Death From Knowledge and Experience – Cyberpunk Philosophy Discourse from, Where Else, ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’

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Echo / / Echolocation / / / Echolocution? / / / / Communication through Echo

Data and divulgation - the stream of endless data - attempting to make ripples in the stream, which is largely outside our control, by strategically 'dropping stones'. In order to create chaos ripples, or to attempt to deflect the stream. These stones are ERASED by the stream, through erosion, worn to pebbles, into sand, into … Continue reading Echo / / Echolocation / / / Echolocution? / / / / Communication through Echo

I’m Hoping to Revive Video Dispatches From The Haunted Typewriter In March

I hope to make more video dispatches from The Haunted Typewriter on cyberpunk philosophy and hike the UNCANNY HIGHLANDS™ where literature, art, and technology collide. The 'Quality' Insignia From Robert M. Pirsig's Philosophy Wonder Book, 'Zen and The Art of Motorcycle Maintainance'. It depicts the idea, much like Heidegger's 'Concern' that Pirsig formulates through his … Continue reading I’m Hoping to Revive Video Dispatches From The Haunted Typewriter In March

>My Mother Was A Computer>: N. Katherine Hayles, Philosopher of Cyberpunk & Neal Stephenson, Author of Same

I'm rereading some of this academic book by N. KATHERINE HAYLES for research into my novel: My Mother Was a Computer:DIGITAL SUBJECTS AND LITERARY TEXTS It explores some of the philosophical implications of language, the substance of our communication of ideas and being to each other in many ways, now entering into the realms of … Continue reading >My Mother Was A Computer>: N. Katherine Hayles, Philosopher of Cyberpunk & Neal Stephenson, Author of Same