I recently had a discussion with a mate over some beers about intellectual property. My mate was worried that I ‘give away my ideas for free’ on this blog. My mate intimated that there are examples where ideas that at the very least had been ‘inspired’ by my writing on here was actually finding its […]
I had a look on my server’s site stats to have a look to see how many people downloaded the draft article I uploaded on homosociality and found it remarkable how may visits I have from not only non-Australian locales, but non-English speaking places, too. Russia? Ukraine? What?
From an interview at Tsunami Magazine with Richard Kingsmill: Well, just because something is being played everywhere else on mainstream radio, does that mean that it doesnâ€™t deserve a place on Triple J? Deserve the airtime? Well, weâ€™ve got a brief; weâ€™ve got a charter that says that we should provide young Australia an alternative […]
Earlier discussion here, here and here. It is clear that in his book Prince of Networks on Bruno Latour and on his blog, Harman is trying to make room for a concept of time as a series of cinematic-instants. He argues against an allegedly Bergsonian conception of time in Deleuze’s work that is organised around […]
This was originally written as a reply on Levi Bryant’s blog as part of the on going discussion of Graham Harman‘s book on Bruno Latour Prince of Networks. Please read the previous post first to get some context if needed. So, I was going to wait until I’d actually finished the book, but, hey, why […]