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A multimedia blog featuring Songs, Movies & Poems.
Literary links, and other representations of random synaptic activity.
All comments welcome....and oh yea, cancer sucks.
All You Need Is Love! (and chemo and radiation. and surgery)

Friday, November 21, 2003
Exquisite Corpse
Among Surrealist techniques exploiting the mystique of accident was a kind of collective collage of words or images called the cadavre exquis (exquisite corpse).

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Frequency 2001-2012
Before the mysterious dissapearance of Joseph Matheny, he had embarked upon a project known as "The Incunabula Catalog: The Frequency Edition 2001-2012" with D.W. Cooper, and the mysterious cyber-hacker-shaman known as Sinn Blayme. We have worked with D.W. and Sinn to finish the catalog, which is a continuance of DW's original Frequency, and hopefully you will find it as helpful to your further studies into this enigma as we have. They seem to have employed the Exquisite Corpse Method in the construction of this "catalog".

Using a method that combines bibliomancy and personal synchronicity we feel that we have created an addendum that will not only aid in your further journey but also bring you closer in touch with the underlying principles of the Incunabula.


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Thursday, November 20, 2003
The Second Coming of Philip K. Dick: "The inside-out story of how a hyper-paranoid, pulp-fiction hack conquered the movie world 20 years after his death."

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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Orchard Radio
Washtenaw Community College student run radio.

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Sunday, November 16, 2003
keoz.com - vertical portal

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Brion Gysin
(19161986) was a multifaceted artist whose fertile mind and wide range of original ideas were a source of inspiration for artists of the Beat Generation in Paris, as well as to innovative artists and performers such as David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Keith Haring, and Laurie Anderson in the next generation

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Burroughs : Gysin Interview

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Eyes wide shut: "He was the Leonardo of the 20th century, whose surreal work could change the way people thought. Genesis P Orridge on Brion Gysin "

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