And Now a Word from Noisy (Updated) (via Ted Friedman's Tedlog)

And Now a Word from Noisy (Updated) Hi, I'm Noisy. Won't you be my neighbor? I'm the middle of Ted and Kate's three cats. The newest is Pilot Squeaky, a three month old kitten. Congratulations to Rebecca Jackson, who won the #namethiskitty contest with the suggestion that we name Pilot after the gas station where Rebecca found her. Rebecca will soon be the proud owner of Kiki's Delivery Service, plus a bonus Miyazaki DVD since she already has the second official prize, Ted's book E … Read More

via Ted Friedman's Tedlog

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#Centaur on Twitter

I’m tweeting the Centaur Manifesto here. Join the conversation by posting a tweet with the hashtag #centaur, or by tweeting me @tedfriedman. Chronologically reversed versions coming soon.

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A Centaur Manifesto

1. I am a cyborg, but I am also a centaur. I contain flesh and blood and spirit and soul and genes and memes and a personal unconscious and a politial unconscious and a collective unconscious. I read Marx and Jung and Jameson and Zizek and Johnson and Rowland and Butler and Derrida and Butler and Laclau and Hardt and Negri and Deleuze and Spinoza and Hegel and Nieztche and Gaiman and Moore and Clarke and Willingham and Bendis and Ellis and Hamner and Tolkein and Lucas and Jenkins and Campbell and Frye and McLuhan and Hacking and Sterne and Wegner and I’m still looking for more.

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