things fall apart

June 7, 2008 at 2:38 am 2 comments

things fall apart

Originally uploaded by tintin5021

Koranteng Ofosu-Amaah a Ghanian technologist working in Berkeley is somebody I’m finding interesting, from his blog to his flickr feed to his deli feed. As a Mississippian, I have my own take on things that fall apart, and those that don’t ever seem to get fixed.


Entry filed under: old myths, visualization.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. quasiperiodic  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:53 pm

    mississippi was a mistake in the first place. tenessee is barely inhabitable by white men (those without ac, anyway). nothing could ever work there, cuz 4-5 mo out of the year, you couldnt think straight. i’ve seen it happen.

    i dont think things fall apart, not anymore. i think we’re surfing the lip of the asyptote to concrescense. at least for the supercomplex structures like politics, technology, economics, science, philosophy… like the pkd quote in my blog, like mckenna’s novelty theory, we’re falling towards the transdimensional attractor at the end of time…

    i looked at the walker percy link… between him and pkd… do you remember any other books you gave me as a kid that i should include in my story of how i came to be this way?

  • 2. kevindjones  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:03 pm

    singularity coming
    other authors…
    not directly, there was a faulkner infusion, of course. just be being where we were.
    the past is not forgotten; it’s not even past.


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