The first full length episode of my new podcast is online. You can listen to it at the embed below. There’s detailed show notes over on my tumblr. It’s all about TIME and features special-guest @Wolven. You can subscribe to the podcast at the following locations: iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Feedburner I’ve opened up a feedback […]
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Wolven guests on the GrumpyHawk podcast “What had happened was” to talk about Her. I’m still in awe of that film, and agree with everything he says, and more. It feels like the west has finally caught up with the east, because apparently Ghost in the Shell came out twenty years ago. But Spike Jonze […]
WARNING: Do not read if you haven’t read Zero History and intend to (here be a giant spoiler). Also requires knowledge of not just the Bigend trilogy, but also the TV shows Mad Men and Sons of Anarchy. Kevin and I came up with a counterpoint to Bigend-Draperism the other day. It is Pollard-Tellerism. Cayce […]
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There is a new cult on the Internet. The cult of Bigend-Draperism. Led by the constantly moving Ben Hammersley, it attempts to synthesize the philosophies of those fictional creatures (Donald Draper and Hubertus Bigend), standing at opposite ends of this period of History we find ourselves in, into a Guide to Living. Sometimes just a […]
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CPU’s: Cayce Pollard Units by transceiverfrequency featuring black tops Pattern Recognition – Chapter 2: Bitch CPUs for the meeting, reflected in the window of a Soho specialist in mod paraphernalia, are a fresh Fruit T-shirt, her black Buzz Rickson’s MA-1, anonymous black skirt from a Tulsa thrift, the black leggings she’d worn for Pilates, black […]
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Attention Conversation Notice: SPOILERS! Big giant ones. Also, not a review – though it may contain traces of one. The author reserves the right to wax lyrical, reminisce, draw inappropriate comparisons between his own life and that of Gibson’s protagonists and slowly wander back to the subject at hand. Highly dependant on the reader having […]
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Being an irregular round-up post featuring quotes from the awesome recent writings from the Top Secret: TechGonzo Official List of Allies. The Sarah Connor Chronicles: “Strange Things Happen at the One Two Point” by Wolven The beauty of this show is in the intricate, subtle interplay of the characters–human and cyborg/machine–and how what they learn, […]
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My man in Budapest, Damage, and his team of cybernetically enhanced monkeys have brought their wicked cyberculture magazine The Dose back from the dead: THE DOSE magazine – Issue 3 (Paris) TEASER http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf?document_id=34600135&access_key=key-s9rq9g70gvw2rv015xc&page=1&viewMode=book It’s only 4EUR for the digital download. So snazz up your iPad with some euro-cyberpunk, why doncha.
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From the Gonzo Squad days: That’s the song Scarecrow, my fave track off the debut album by Red State Soundsystem, Ghosts In A Burning City. In continuing our investigation of being an artist in the future-present, I organised an interview with the man behind the moniker, Dr Joshua Ellis. I’ve been listening to some of […]
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