It adds up, doesn't it? (Day 3 of 30)
People: it is time! when the fridge contents comprise half full peanut butter and just-ever-so opened soy- milk it is time when hummus and olives hide bread between stacks of ambitious leftovers to do some errands. By this point, the unmade bed appeals to neither canine nor person, but protective services instead. and collared shirts are hard pressed to (I’ll) be hard pressed to clean...
Slavoj Žižek: Corporate Rule of Cyberspace | The... →
Apologists present cloud computing as the next logical step in the “natural evolution” of the Internet, and while in an abstract-technological way this is true, there is nothing “natural” in the progressive privatization of global cyberspace. There is nothing “natural” in the fact that two or three companies in a quasi-monopolistic position can not only set prices at will but also filter the...
Poem 1 of 30
National Poetry Month lives on into the month of May! I started this last month and am determined to follow through this time. Day 1: Write a poem where each line starts with a letter from your first name (an acrostic). It can be about anything, but it should not be about you or your name. A final retort was our introduction Next Monday we miss each other Do you dredge these moments. Yawn,...