Monthly Archives: February 2005
In passing, I’ve found that searching Google Maps for “kings cross” leads you here. Unusual coincidence, but not terribly helpful.
editor had his thirtieth celebrations last night, which were for me immediately preceded by a witless stumble through the roughs and wilds east of King’s Cross to reach Clerkenwell. After the party, without particularly planning to, I walked back across … Continue reading
Now, I’m no gullible new-age numpty, but I can safely say that I had a prophetic dream last night. Most of the details of the dream escape me; it was all in black and white, which is rare for me, … Continue reading
No stranger myself to banging on and on, I notice Brian Sorrell—two l’s, nothing to do with Cantabrian self-identification—and his Blue Smoke Band have cornered a decent chunk of the market: Send photos to your toaster! Carly Fiorina is a … Continue reading
Pro bono plug and readmission to my bookmarks: cute and occasionally sinister fontmeister Divide by Zero is up and running once more.
I was starting on a translation of D’Entre Les Morts (Vertigo to you, you proles, he says as if he knew before he opened the book) when I noticed a mention of Jacob Boehme, one of Blake’s visionary influences. Gévigne’s … Continue reading
Ekow Eshun points out the hypocrisy of middle-class drug takers claiming to be ethical (and—a lovely twist—likens them to speeders and tax-dodgers, two Fagins of the responsibly organic), but I’m not sure what he’s talking about with Pete Doherty: “It’s … Continue reading
I can’t help feel that the “No” campaigners are, either by rhetorical intent or by muddle-headedness, confusing powers with abilities. Regardless of whether or not the first page of the constitution says it doesn’t replace national law (which it says) … Continue reading