Monthly Archives: November 2014

Released: Welcome to the Dress-Up of the Real

If you’re a frequent reader of this blog you know that I have a healthy fascination with Slavoj Žižek, the famed Slovenian philosopher whose work on Hegel, Lacan, and contemporary capitalism has spread across the world and the internet like wildfire … Continue reading

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On Bluebeard

I first read Kurt Vonnegut’s Bluebeard in middle school when I ripped through all of his books that I could get my hands on in a whirlwind from Hocus Pocus to Slapstick to Deadeye Dick and beyond. I found them in rural bookstores, at flea markets, at … Continue reading

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On Timesplitters 2

A little while ago I wrote about Timesplitters, the Playstation heir to the design minds and concepts that delivered the ultimate party game of the end of history (the 1990s), Goldeneye. Now, based on some voting from my Patreon users, I’m taking you … Continue reading

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Rosi Braidotti on the future

TVWhat makes the project of the nomadic programmatic, or utopian? Rosi Braidotti: Let’s call it programmatic; maybe that’s a better term than utopian here. I call to actively embrace this ethic of affirmation. We need to borrow the energy from … Continue reading

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