Saturday, July 30, 2022

strings of notes cohering trees

Internet writing easily allows narrative strings to branch like a tree
(or field paths) in which one can get lost.

I guess one could theorize hypertext writing as a kind of string theory
of texted virtuality.

After all, phenomenology was always textual, always about there being this here between us, belonging together in there being our inevitably different stances on there being this same glyphicality—different presence of the same.

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

wanting telicity of appellant cohering

The “Bibliophilia” page (Nov. 2021) gained a second section, “playing to a muse.” And I renamed the page.

Saturday, July 16, 2022

summer 2022

So much has been accomplished, I can’t be brief about it. In a week 
or so, I’ll be ready for new discussions—if I can do better at staying away from my news-tracking habits, away from commenting online 
at articles, away from email discussions, away from checking out books from the library, away, away…