Monthly Archives for May 2003

Obsolete and Away

We’ve gone on a bit of a hiatus here, as you can no doubt tell. The hellish end of semester rituals gave way to travel preparations, which gave way to the actual travel. Planned Obsolescence is spending the week in … Continue reading

27 May 2003 by KF
Categories: networks

William Gibson…

…no longer has a blog. Or won’t soon, anyhow. Claiming concerns that, as he puts it, “the ecology of writing novels wouldn’t be able to exist if I’m in daily contact,” he’s planning to discontinue the blog he started earlier … Continue reading

06 May 2003 by KF
Categories: blogging, writing

Adventures in Technology, Part Two

I had a microwave. It weighed something near unto 50 pounds, and it cost me something on the order of $400 when I bought it 18 years ago. (The number of numbers in the previous sentence begins to make this … Continue reading

02 May 2003 by KF
Categories: networks

Life in the Out-of-the-Limelight Limelight

One of my pals here in the English Department at the College Just South of the Hill was the subject of a very odd feature in this past Sunday’s L. A. Times. Needless to say, things have been weird in … Continue reading

01 May 2003 by KF
Categories: reading

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