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pearls for swine

Friday, 1 June, 2007

I was going to post a rant about how sloppy most people’s research is. Just listening to a one-hour show on which the editor of an obscure blog I rss was a guest. Those guys were really sloppy with a number of their assumptions. It is the kind of thing you do when you are confident no one checks up on you … or cares.

Circles of people who cling to a common interest, and seem to do so just to congratulate one another for being part of the group.

Young people “do” “art” because it is in fact a simple way to believe you make an impact on a larger world. Why one might write extended passages on a typewritten page mathematically sliced to reduce xerographicly to letter-sized paper and dumping them all over the right parts of town. You don’t want to enter an echo chamber when you do this. Oh, and if you decide to actually do this, sign them albeit with a pseudonym in the unlikely event your words become a phenomenon.

If you are not actually accomplishing anything, not “reaching people” just stop wasting time and materials.

That’s how I got to where I am today.


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