Psychic Fugue Studio

[ [ Message of the Week 6/29/2017 ] ]

Synaptic Syntactic: of unbounded phases and entangled echoes is now out on at least some markets and will be on the rest within a days at most. Have some metadata chnages to make (small one to book description and a total rewrite of author bio), but shit has happened. Will be doing a giveaway for email addresses with NoiseTrade shortly (included with BookBaby (?) or free in general?). For a limited time, 1 or 2 months, assuming that that can be configured, but I have things to do and haven't got it all set up yet. Sign up for mailings if you like.

[ [ Original Poetry ] ]

What is round is an island, what is ideal is a figment.
Geometric precision and permutation expansion
It gives a line on a bead on truth's vastness
The perplexity of the possible
The clean lines of abstraction
The imitators & the operators
We walk in silence
We let the idea drift off like a loose balloon
We leave marks and traces
We flow through the ballet of each day

[ Quotations 6/29 ]

"The centipede was happy, quite, until a toad in fun said, "Pray, which leg goes after which?" This worked his mind to such a pitch, he lay distracted in a ditch, considering how to run"

"Man aspires to govern nature, but the more one studies ecology, the more absurd it seems to speak of any one feature of an organism, or of an organism/environment field, as governing or ruling others" -- Alan Watts - Android Dailypedia App

Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote. - Benjamin Franklin Android Dailypedia App

[ Articles and Poems ]

OPINION: Leaked NSA report rings alarm sounded by 2016 election recount - The Hill - Jill Stein ::: Dr. Stein was the 2016 Green Party presidential candidate who initiated a multi-state recount effort backed by leading election integrity experts, largely due to concerns about the security of our voting system that are extremely topical in light of recent revelations.

POEM: "Double Helix" by Bob Johnston Bob Johnston: "The poetry they taught us in school convinced me that this stuff was for wimps, weirdos, and girls. It took me fifty years to see the light, and I've been trying to make up for lost time ever since. At least I know now what I want to be when I grow up."

Newest-ish by Me

  • Mindfire Cantata No dice nor keys are left, except, of course, our immensity of autonomous intelligent ring-fencers of Our Humble Conclave of Loopdemous County. [3-4-2017]
  • Poetic Postcards Introspecting over the imp-
    lements of propaganda, one
    gives 3 thoughts to the
    aumakuas [...]
  • Synaptic Syntactic The Other bleeds questions like dream-speak of invading flowers [11-26-2017]
  • TribalEphemeral Stretch against the tunes they write for you
    Break discordantly, scatter the #tubas by #fireballs
    Stitch up a victory. Get some rest.
  • Conspiritech Live on without angels or Illuminatists; Live on with your heart set to the star; -[3-2-2017] audio improvisations...

Some Current (or Perennial) Favorites

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