Let's pretend I'm trying to get back to a kind of regular blogging schedule, aside from the whole Photo of the Day feature I'm running in 2020. Even if it's mostly just linkblogging, which as a practice, was utterly decimated by Twitter and its seductive immediacy.
How to Build a Universe that Doesn't Fall Apart in Two Days
Via tim maughan and Cliff Burns
by Philip K. Dick, an essay on the construction of fiction and reality and the forest of mirrors and sacred brands. Written in 1978, but still absolutely relevant today, because this is PKD we're talking about.
How to brand terror organizations, for fun and profit.
Via Chris Barrus on Twitter.
LA in 1978, working while others sleep
Like it says. Local news crew taking at look at LA working even in the early hours of the morning, back in the wilderness of 1978.
Conspiracy theory and evangelical faith in the 20th century
Yeah, it's all baked in.
Horror browser game via Mendelpalace on Tumblr.
Half the time these will be things I've read deeply and enjoyed, the other quarter of the time, they're for future reference but I don't trust my own bookmark files.
Hoping to drop an actual, substantive piece onto the blog later this week. Who knows what it'll be about? Probably something irritating, no doubt.