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Adam Kotsko’s Radical Materialism

[T]his post, itself, is the most radical materialism possible. Keep these words that I am blogging to you today in your heart. Recite them to your children and talk about them when you are at home and when you are … Continue reading

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Rodney Mullen on being taught the kickflip

Tony Hawk: How did you create the kickflip? Rodney Mullen: It was an accident is what it was. I had just learned ollies, and you know sometimes you bring it up and you get it away from you because you’re … Continue reading

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Boris Groys on the Materiality of Signs

After all, signs are material; they are primarily things, objects in the world. Just as real, material, and finite are such sign carriers as books, paintings, films, computers, museums, and libraries, as well as stones, animals, humans, societies, and nation-states. … Continue reading

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Designing Horror: Metro 2033

This post is part of the Designing Horror series. Game: Metro 2033 No one told me that this game was actually good when it came out, so when I picked it up for $5 on a Steam sale whim, I … Continue reading

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