Vijay Pattisapu

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Vijay Pattisapu lives and works in Texas.
Pretentious title.
May 16 2009 04:12 on Reminder

No fun indeed.
March 10 2009 02:30 on GZZGLZ (2009) - ZEVS

Symbolism

get up ya big $eip
March 9 2009 16:46 on Wikipedia Art

50% wtf
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Compare Daniel Everett talking to the Other with the other Daniel Everett talking to the other Other.
http://www.llc.ilstu.edu/dlevere/
Wow!
Thanks for the thoughts and thoughtful links, Curt.

Yeah, archiving can give things a different edge. When I discovered Nasty Nets, it was shut down & archived, like looking through ...

I had tried to bring in de Certeau style tactics vs. strategy when we were talking about 4chan (http://www.rhizome.org/discuss/view/37290), when I tried to talk ...
Netbehaviour had an interesting thread about this kind of thing starting around http://is.gd/8rC4
Ceci Moss's juxtaposition of this with http://rhizome.org/editorial/2074 is a rich one. I wish I could speak more to it.

Art as a shibboleth of the human… ...
They can not reach a logical Jump to conclusions.
To repeat the judge reasoned, rational decision.
Unreasonable application results in a new experience.
For the recording, art, is basically sound ...
Yes I came. Iraq War Ends. Groovy.
George Will.
Nov. 15 2008 04:19 on Interview with Marisa Olson

[img]http://is.gd/7Byg[/img]
Nov. 14 2008 11:47 on Take Two

where? show me
If some people in some societies have some access to some new technologies to remove some boundaries between some forms, or to make it somewhat easier to collocate them, it ...
So much for a critique of instrumental reason.
When I scored 100% I clenched my fist and whispered "yes!" like a 6-year-old, then, "what the hell am I doing?" (like a 16-year-old?). Apparently it's eminently possible ...

Beautiful!
Sept. 26 2008 17:44 on Free Play

Hi Ed,

Yes, the game. Allegory is cheap.

One might object that they’re just trying to be funny, like Faith Fighter before it ( http://www.molleindustria.org/faith-fighter ), which ...
Sept. 25 2008 04:03 on Free Play

and Aslan represents Jesus.
Great job, single-letter troll, you got the joke.
[img]http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f306/WmV337/1_free_internet.jpg[/img]
If only you were this clever about removing trailing periods from ...
Aug. 22 2008 14:03 on Processing the Signal

Steven Read? What happened to Steve? I guess that's the dead guy.
June 29 2008 05:26 on The Page Turner

Wolf and some new studies on the Internet's effect on the brain in the latest Atlantic:
http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200807/google

And TV reduces alpha brain wave activity ...
June 11 2008 13:46 on The Page Turner

And of course if you reeeally get into baseball, you just might get smart enough to become President. :P
June 11 2008 13:43 on The Page Turner

I'm not completely convinced of the assumption that all tv/video games(/internet/new media/etc.) involve a static amount of brain power as opposed to the declining base requirement ...
June 7 2008 00:03 on The Page Turner

Great review, Ed.

On page 4 of the-decline-of-bibliophilia article you cited ( http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/atlarge/2007/12/24/071224crat_atlarge_crain?currentPage=4 ):

"In a recent book claiming that ...
May 12 2008 00:13 on Out of Office AutoReply

Pic 1 looks like Darth Vader.
April 6 2008 18:58 on The Rematerialization of Art

It's interesting that on Rhizome the threads about money (commissions, patronage, exhibitions, patents, galleries, etc.) tend to get an order of magnitude more responses than do the threads about art ...
Jan. 27 2008 00:58 on A Year in the Life

Tell me, Max—if you support capitalism because right now it supports art, will you support Economic System X (which is better than capitalism) tomorrow because tomorrow it supports art ...
Jan. 26 2008 16:53 on A Year in the Life

RE:
"The Radical Software Group also falls to Low Networkism because it makes the
mistake that the purpose of aesthetic evolution in the network period is to undermine the military-industrial ...