2004/07/09/ideas/equilibrium

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dough, water, paper and what links them together

For no better reason than wanting to keep up with the neighbours, I’m writing this evening from the kitchen worktop whilst waiting for some dough to rise, risking the ingress of flour with every key tap. It’s not quite the same as Stuart’s recent entry from the bath, but the acknowledgement of my actions lends […]

Peter Lindberg wrote:

(some correspondence between Peter and I about Paul Shepheard that seemed worth hyperlinking) www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0262691663 Have you read it? It would be interesting to hear your thoughts on it. Best, /P. Dear Peter, First of all I should start with an apology, since my thoughts on your Fred Brooks entry about software architecture still haven’t made […]

hypertextualisation

I was hoping to finish a ‘proper’ blog entry this evening, but once again the hours have slipped through my fingers and I’m left with only minutes. Gone are the days when I would just ignore the natural desire for sleep and work on into the night. Instead I shall quickly hypertextualise my day. (I […]

movements of all the interconnected points in the system

Notes on TimeAndTheHunter/BloodSea (page 39) The narrator casts his mind back, far from the car journey he is currently taking part in, to the primordial beginnings of his cellular existence, swimming, or being swum, through the medium that contains all life, whose movements effect the movements of all the interconnected points in the system, only […]