Ephemeral Industries

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Alien Autopsy: William Barker on Schwa, two decades later

Twenty years ago, William Barker’s Schwa artwork revealed a world of alien abductions, stick figure insanity, conspiratorial crazy, and a hyper-branded surveillance state. It’s now more relevant than ever.

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Twenty years. Amazing.

I used some awesome Schwa stickers to identify the punched 3.5 inch floppies I used for transferring my Delphi email and Usenet files from desktop to laptop.

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Permanent English Time

warrenellis:

Every couple of months, I open the journal portion of Rene Redzepi’s A WORK IN PROGRESS, following him through the seasons.  I picked it up again today.  “Fuck the winter,” he says.  Today, the temperature dropped 25 degrees F and it rained hard, so, yeah, thanks for that, Rene.  Tree boughs lean down, heavy with grey water.  The droplets barely pick up a glow where the summer sun strains to burn…

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"I think I’ll watch a film on anything I like and all devices are now called ‘scopes’ until further notice."

Warren Ellis, getting it right.

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philnoto:

The office.

Holy moly. Those HAL 9000 screensavers. How have I never seen those before? How have I not had that on every computer I’ve ever used?

philnoto:

The office.

Holy moly. Those HAL 9000 screensavers. How have I never seen those before? How have I not had that on every computer I’ve ever used?