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I am a former artificial intelligence philosopher. As much as academia is for me a PhD was not. These days I am using my past experience in poetry and AI writing to create concrete poetry.

You can see all of my/the computer's work at -
The "quarterly reports" are PDFs of every concrete poem of mine posted online in the three months stated.

I post concrete poems on Masto (and birdsite) every Thursday using the hashtag in the fediverse.

as a reminder, if you DO listen to audio on archive, you can click the llama on the right side to use a Winamp controller

not that I'm capable of bragging about myself

I should have a portfolio printed out. Maybe some postcard sized stuff and use it like the old gramma "brag books"

Literally hours now loading this pdf. Hate the cult of apple. Shit does not work.

Macs suck so hard at handling pdfs it is fucking ludicrous. I can open these no prob on my linux rig but come here to print and these pos machines take HOURS to open a gd 3 MB pdf. FOH

that is, that the forces of the past are changing as much as they are "frozen" in the past

obviously this is true of books and any other media as well, but technology has progressed to the point of changing during a lifetime.

technology, as an "impartial" store of memory, is the past exerting control over the future

english is awful, part of a series:

the 'o' in "roving"
the 'o' in "proving"

Back practicing folding. Not great, but much better than I would expect after a near year hiatus

Looking through Underware Foundry's IG (they are a font design studio in NL), they recently posted a pic of Vincent Deboer (I didn't know who he was at the time) in front of one of his brushstroke letters and I thought "that looks like it came from an Ill Considered album"

Sure enough he did the covers. Iconic.
(check them out at

By this point I had spent a LOT of time trying to generate an Ill Considered album cover and tonight I finally regen'd to add color:

"Only in fiction can we share another person's experiences. Outside fiction we have to generalize." - John Berger

S Cearley relayed

hello friends!!! i made a zine

it's a collection of 16 pieces of art i've been working on over the past few months. i'd greatly appreciate it if you checked it out :)

pdfs at

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