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Date:         Thu, 28 Nov 2002 02:44:49 -0500
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} PANIX.COM>
Subject: contents:

contents:



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f 6 o m e b n t o p r e o a a b s g p p g b p a b s d d a a t t p p r r o
t s s l b o l u u T s s T o s w p p p s p p h s o p s a p o o a o e u s s
u o r p p a M a t t a s d f f a a l l a a a a o o f f a m f b l a l a n l
o d s a a d m s m a p m m m d c a t v t a u 0 0 b i d i o f s s n o a s p
v t v a t d a r t

( R a F F F o N N S W A B O 1 n

i t c i f c t c t a c r - p a t a c p r - a o m b c i b s s 1 f w 1 c w n
s b l f b b f s f a b o w w b h h s s u u d d p a e p j e b i b j i b t r
a w a i 3 s i p i 3 r 3 w 3 h w p a m c i f e y l e a 1 t p c l f l t m m
e o w t m o t s s l o m s w c r t g r a g t f n a m n c m t h t d t l m t
t l o l h h r i m : t l m e w t m o t s o f s c t t r g f a t n m h d n m
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sion or negative-imaginary the closest


"Neuropteris Stur schlehani - Stur Fond - tripinnate. Fond Primary
tripinnate. pinnae, Primary distant pinnae, or distant "Neuropteris or
schlehani touching, abruptly large, near contracting apex abruptly to near
acute apex angle, to and acute with angle, touching, and large, with
contracting very very small, small, terminal, terminal, inequilateral
inequilateral pinnule; pinnule; rachis, rachis, striated striated
longitudin- longitudinally. ally. Secondary Secondary linear-lanceolate,
linear-lanceolate, slightly slightly base base more acute rapidly apex,
apex, oblique, alternative, straight openly or oblique, and straight more
curved; rachis, striated. Pinnules, Pinnules, subcoriaceous, subcori-
aceous, those those in in low low position position curved; on at front,
base, oblong, with cordate entire at or base, lobed entire undulate lobed
front, undulate cordate margins, open attached angles right more open to
angles 2 up right 2 very cm. pinnules long in by higher 6 positions mm. on
broad; frond, pinnules oblong higher cm. positions long frond, 6 oblong
mm. elliptical, base, normal to oblique pinnules rachis; elliptical, of
attached a by secondary greater pinna, part greater becoming part apex
becoming secondary decurrent decurrent alethopteroid; alethopteroid;
terminal terminal pinnules, pinnules, relatively relatively oblong-
triangular, slight slight lobe basal on lobe upper upper The side. short
The oblong-triangular, short with pinnae primary primary several pinna
pairs, have secondary one pinnae several apex pairs, of ovate and oblong-
elliptical until segment small, until ovate replaced pinnules. pinnules.
and Mid-vein, alethopteroid thick, to alethopteroid short distance from
from apex; apex; laterals, laterals, alethopteroid, alethopteroid, arising
arising obliquely, obliquely, forked forked at margin forked both largest
arms lobed again, near largest one divisions so are as deflected meet so
margins as pinnules meet more margins divisions commonly at twenty-five
very thirty-two angles ultimate 0.5 0.5 basal inferior decurrent is or fed
simple several, near once apex simple pinna veins that veins arise that
directly arise rachis." the

(Carboniferous Rocks and Fossil Floras Fossil of Northern Nova Scotia,
W. A. Bell, Ottawa, 1944) now

it this comes it from comes the carboniferous this anthracite closest
region - pennsylvania a these appeared close pennsylvania relative -
appeared of my buried collections, in buried susquehanna susquehanna 1972,
flood which 1972, collections, which now swallowed basement large first
basement building first swallowed floor a building of wilkes-barre wilkes-
barre historical historical society; society; underground underground
decontextual- decontextualized, present appearing era, present judging
era, by image-fossil, book, judging ized, book, the resonant and what and
i 35, seen i plates is 30 resonant 32 what 35, have walked plates among my
coal in flora early youth learning early among 1950s the pennsylvania,
coal learning flora locate the myself mobius elsewhere of within time,
mobius out time, spatial spewed locate out myself spatial within cloaca,
reichenbach's tethered genidentity, reichenbach's all genidentity, time,
for no all matter no cloaca, matter tethered how to dismembered; time
little matter time the left, of location how heavy rock, image-real matter
::learning to locate myself elsewhere within the mobius of time, spewed
out from spatial cloaca, tethered to reichenbach's genidentity, for all
time, no matter how dismembered; no matter how little time is left, no
matter the location of heavy rock, no matter the impres



===




From: "][mez][" <netwurker {AT} hotkey.net.au>
Subject: w[fr]eight[ed] p[e]lastic corridors
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 19:14:48 -0800




[b]leech-usa-feed.ing + de[p]th-g.rind.ing
pa.rod[straight N burdened](d.t)ox b[ph]reaking

s.lip.ping in[2] p[e]lastic corridors + w[fr]eight[ed]
d.row[i].n[g] in a c[ball]ast of 1 + sh.edd[y]ing in m.arks(of 
non-covenants) 2 the powa of 2

shod-genda-fodder + out.side.r [d.]li(t)m(us)i.t(est)[ing]
b[h]alls of m[h]eated test.osterone wax s[lip]treaming

[attn: p.lease[d] + f.leec[hing]ed]
[gos.sip[ping: thru a de(a)f.(ill)icit g.laze]
[mo([n]u)thing: m(f)oo(l)n-stretching + sp.h.e(misphe)rical sex.[f|b]lush][
[s.hi(t)fting: monitored sheen spacements]

******************

bleach-leeching whilst usa-feeding with TeeVed death-rinds /depth grinding
paradox phreaking and straight-&-burdened detox

slipping plastic/elastic corridors and freight-weighted
drowing in a ballast_cast of 1 and shedding eddies in marks/arks of 
non-covenants to the power of two

shod-gender-fodder and outsider [d.]li(t)m(us)i.t(est)[ing]





Date:         Tue, 26 Nov 2002 13:57:57 -0500
From: "John M. Bennett" <bennett.23 {AT} OSU.EDU>
Subject: Ran

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rabbit
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log
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John M. Bennett
__________________________________________
Dr. John M. Bennett
Curator, Avant Writing Collection
Rare Books & Manuscripts Library
The Ohio State University Libraries
1858 Neil Av Mall
Columbus, OH 43210 USA

(614) 292-8114
bennett.23 {AT} osu.edu
___________________________________________




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From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 00:59:26 -0500 (EST)
Subject: periodic note




===


Internet Philosophy and Psychology -                             11/26/02
                                                       (last was 08/02/02)


My recent work has been dealing with sexuality, terror, death, windows
onto worlds, the confluence of subtropical nature with subsumption neural
architectures. I have also been working on a series of 3D animations
(mixed with real-life video), pieces exploring the same themes in extreme
or extended spaces. An extended video, Trilby, was produced; more recent
videos include a Scan series, and Alberta.mov. (All available reduced on
cdrom.)


===


This is a somewhat periodic notice describing my Internet Text, available
on the Net, and sent in the form of texts to various lists. The URLs are
http://www.asondheim.org and http://www.anu.edu.au/english/internet_txt/
which is partially mirrored at
http://lists.village.virginia.edu/~spoons/internet_txt.html.

See http://www.asondheim.org/portal/ for new video/imagework; please note
this is for over-18/

The changing nature of the email lists, Cybermind and Wryting, to which
almost all of the texts are sent individually, hides the full body of the
work; readers may not be aware of the continuity among them. The writing
may appear fragmented, created piecemeal, splintered from a non-existent
whole. On my end, the whole is evident, the texts extended into the lists,
partial or transitional objects.

So this (periodic) notice is an attempt to recuperate the work as total-
ity, restrain its diaphanous existence. Below is an updated introduction.

-----

The "Internet Text" currently constitutes around 100 files, or 10,000
printed pages. It began in 1994, and has continued as an extended
meditation on cyberspace, expanding into 'wild theory' and literatures,
symptomologies of the edge.

Almost all of the text is in the form of short- or long-waves. The former
are the individual sections, written in a variety of styles, at times
referencing other writers/theorists. The sections are interrelated; on
occasion emanations are used, avatars of philosophical or psychological
import. These also create and problematize narrative substructures within
the work as a whole. Such are Susan Graham, Julu, Alan, Jennifer, Azure,
and Nikuko in particular.

The long-waves are fuzzy thematics bearing on such issues as death,
sexuality, virtual embodiment, the "granularity of the real," physical
reality, computer languages, and protocols. The waves weave throughout the
text; the resulting splits and convergences owe something to
phenomenology, programming, deconstruction, linguistics, philosophy and
prehistory, as well as the domains of online worlds in relation to
everyday realities.

Overall, I'm concerned with virtual-real subjectivity and its manifesta-
tions. I continue working on a cdrom of the last eight years of my work
(Archive), as well as a series of 3d animation and other videos, some of
which are on cdrom.

I have used MUDS, MOOS, talkers, perl, d/html, qbasic, linux, emacs, vi,
CuSeeMe, etc., my work tending towards embodied writing, texts which act
and engage beyond traditional reading practices. Some of these emerge out
of performative language - soft-tech such as computer programs which _do_
things; some emerge out of interferences with these programs, or conversa-
tions using internet applications that are activated one way or another.
And some of the work stems from collaboration, particularly video, sound,
and flash pieces.

There is no binarism in the texts, no series of definitive statements.
Virtuality is considered beyond the text- and web-scapes prevalent now.
The various issues of embodiment that will arrive with full-real VR are
already in embryonic existence, permitting the theorizing of present and
future sites, "spaces," nodes, and modalities of body/speech/community.

The texts are roughly in the order written; the last-entered at the moment
is mq. They may be read in any order, and distributed in any medium;
please credit me. I would appreciate in return any comments you may
have.

For information on the availability of cdroms containing the text and
other materials (graphics, video, sound, articles, books), see the appen-
ded notice below.

You can find my collaborative projects at
http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/writers/sondheim/index.htm and my conference
activities at http://trace.ntu.ac.uk - both as a result of my virtual
writer-in-residence with the Trace online writing community.

See also:
.echo, Alt-X, e-book and publish-on-demand, 2002
Being on Line, Net Subjectivity (anthology), Lusitania, 1997
New Observations Magazine #120 (anthology), Cultures of Cyberspace, 1998
The Case of the Real, Pote and Poets Press, 1998
Jennifer, Nominative Press Collective, 1997

Alan Sondheim 718-857-3671 or 718-813-3285 (US)
432 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11217

--------------------------------------------------------------------------

CDROM Offering: Alan Sondheim : Collected and Newly-Released Work:

Archive 4.5: This includes all the texts from 1994- present, a number of
older articles, several books, a great number of images, some short video,
etc. Archive is continuously updated. There is also sound-work and some
programming. I think of this as the "basic" cd-rom; if you have an earlier
copy, you might want to update. $ 12.00 including shipping.

Other cdroms include new video/sound/image/text - please contact me for
details.



 

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From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>
Subject: [e-e]xpression
Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 19:15:15 +0100

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Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 01:44:51 +0100
Subject: an artefact for interfiction IX (arteFaction! errors in/as media. Kassel, November 15th-17th, 2002)
From: mi_ga {AT} o-o.lt


copy&paste commands, or: how machines make art


I beg your pardon for my English. It is not perfect yet. Today I want to
say a few words about errors in/as media. These thoughts are rather
artistic than theoretical. At first, I would like to quote William S.
Burroughs. His ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION begins as follows:

"In the beginning was the word and the word was god and has remained
one of the mysteries ever since. The word was God and the word was
flesh we are told. In the beginning of what exactly was this beginning
word? In the beginning of WRITTEN history."
 
In 'GARDEN OF EDEN', he further elaborates on his theory that the
written word was a virus which presumed the spoken word. So the written
word got declared a basis of the further development of consciousness.

My thoughts and reasonings about errors in/as media are related to
computing machines whose functional basis is the written word.
Computers allow easy copy&paste operations.

They allow us to compute correct tasks as well as intentionally
misleading ones.  Exactly at this point, new media become interesting for
artistic expression.

I therefore would like to turn the title of this panel upside down
because that shows better what it's about. The title should be: 

Media in/as Errors

In other words, I regard media as activities which produce imperfection.
If we try to follow the history of art, we see a striving for
perfection. Similar striving can be observed in other fields. My concern
are the computing machines which these days we call PCs.  With that
word, we mean the tool that delivers a perfect output. But one can
observe as well that the machine is very frequently being used to
produce uselessness. Or the machines don't function as we wish. In some
cases it might happen that information disappears.  Francis Hunger's
lecture, which you just heard, was about a phenomenon that can hardly
originate in a sane consciousness, black holes in the Internet. Another
phenomenon that should be mentioned here is the realm of the virus.
Such artists as jodi (www.jodi.org) or jimpunk (www.jimpunk.com)
use the copy&paste function to emphasize the realm of the virus. What
they produce later looks like unconscious computations or disrupted
programs. How do we use the tools which new media offer us? If you
beomce a permanent user of these tools, the result is

Automatization

The artworks produced by machines often don't fit into the modes of
perception of human beings. They should be prepared to understand the
output. The best way is acquired experience with these tools, and
self-automatization.

Open. Cut. Move the cursor. Copy and paste. Or simply paste. Turn it
around. Resize it. Copy. Open. Select all. Delete. Paste. Paste. Move
the cursor to the beginning. Type: #!/usr/bin/perl.  Press delete. Type
a colon, 'w', 'q' and '!'. Go back. Type Perl [filename]. Press ctrl+c.
Open. File. Correct it. Turn everything by 180 degrees. Add mor sources.
Errors. Comment a few lines. Change the values. Open Google. Search.
Download. Copy and Paste. Correct. Think. Add some occasional commands.
Add some replaced commands. Add sendmail. Save. Play. Copy and paste. Or
Cut and paste. Transform. Flip horizontally. Transform. Flip vertically.
Turn it to right. Highlight. Cut it out. Paste. Turn it to left. Copy.
Paste. Wait. Wait. Correct. Save.

The Perl compiler will probably return the error 505. But if we tried to
make ourselves conscious of the above operations, we could produce some
interesting results. We get, for example, very beautiful forms like in
concrete poetry. Sometimes, the programs we have written will actually
work. I now would like to show you one of the works of trashconnection
the title of which is

content-type
(You can find it under http://content-type.trashconnection.com)

The program looks as follows:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
# neverending search for the highest number
# created for the future
print "content-type: text/html\n\n";
for ( $a=int(rand 1000000); $a>0; $b=$a*$a+$b ) {
print "<font face=courier>$a\n$b\n";
}

This program has been written with an intentional error so that the Perl
compiler calls up a variable entity $n in an endless loop. This variable
entity $b is a number which gets added and multiplied with itself. No
computing machine could terminate the program since of course there is
no infinite number. The program runs like a written virus. The first
randomly generated number, one out of one million, becomes the trigger
of an infinite chain. So an ever-new artwork appears on the screen of
the computer.

With this work I would like to make a full stop to my description
somewhere between the unconscious machinery and conscious creation...

Thank you.

p____________o____________s_____________t
a       r       c       h       i       v       e   http://www.o-o.lt/post


[Translation from German by Florian Cramer]


Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 18:03:52 -0500
Subject: Two New Pieces
From: Daniel Young <danny {AT} miltonglaser.com>

DICTART #1

The Genesis  (team James version)
Chapter One
1. In the beginning God created they have in the earth.
2. And the earth was without form, and Floyd; and darkness was among the
face of the deep. And the spirit of God won't have on the face of voters.
3. And God said, let them in light; then there was light.
4. And got so the lights, that was good; and undivided the light from the
darkness. 
5. And got cold light day and the darkness he called manic. And the evening
and the morning with the first day.



From: diocletian {AT} visi.com (Karl Petersen)
Subject: (no subject)
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 10:00:54 -0600 (CST)

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Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 12:05:12 -0600
From: Harrison Jeff <worksonpaper01 {AT} HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: R.Mutt and Jeff

selected words observable                          | "phenomena's
observable memory leaf                             |  plasticity"
continuous discrete recursives frame representations
leaf notes the relapse calculated & collected
leaf solution measures Omega-Objects
cognitive structure a direct zero
repeating identical moieties with deformation
Trollope's trope toll fracture's continuum theory






From: Karl Petersen <diocletian {AT} visi.com>
Subject: Re:  found poetry:  "MSNBC Health News"
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 22:56:46 -0600 (CST)

At 22:20 on Nov 26, blackhawk reasoned:

> > Sex 138 times a year is U.S. average

    If you're going to build a static perl binary, make sure perl is installed
    otherwise ignore this warning

> > Mold a growing problem in schools

        "If only there could be time enough to read it all."

> > Herb makers cash in on menopause

I think I have it sussed.  I am using daemon tools to create virtual drives.

> > More blacks distrust medical system

"We found that we could detect and stop the Nimda virus within a quarter of a second of the virus trying to start transmitting itself," he said.

> > Should we eat like cavemen?

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From: "][mez][" <netwurker {AT} hotkey.net.au>
Subject: sig [pro]phile
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 19:43:48 -0800




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# non-depthness vs deep.lidded disease
# t.his place is (unl)awful

# rod straight + burdened with ox breaking
# no1 breathes here

# lip[id] synch vs pro.gramme[d]r sign language
# row C blasting out of 4-w.heel.driver mouths

# shot-thru-with-genda-[fo]cussing
# greet testosterone with covert gr[ch]ins




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Subject: contents:
    From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} PANIX.COM>

Subject: w[fr]eight[ed] p[e]lastic corridors
    From: "][mez][" <netwurker {AT} hotkey.net.au>

Subject: Ran
    From: "John M. Bennett" <bennett.23 {AT} OSU.EDU>

Subject: [Fwd: DWG Needed! 4622] {inscrutable spam}
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    From: Johan Meskens CS2 jmcs2              <JohanMeskensCS2 {AT} CHROMATICSPACEANDWORLD.COM>

Subject: iro    N      iqu-e
    From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>

Subject: periodic note
    From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>

Subject: [e-e]xpression
    From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>

Subject: an artefact for interfiction IX (arteFaction! errors in/as media. Kassel, November 15th-17th, 2002)
    From: mi_ga {AT} o-o.lt

Subject: Two New Pieces
    From: Daniel Young <danny {AT} miltonglaser.com>

Subject: (no subject)
    From: diocletian {AT} visi.com (Karl Petersen)

Subject: R.Mutt and Jeff
    From: Harrison Jeff <worksonpaper01 {AT} HOTMAIL.COM>

Subject: Re:  found poetry:  "MSNBC Health News"
    From: Karl Petersen <diocletian {AT} visi.com>

Subject: sig [pro]phile
    From: "][mez][" <netwurker {AT} hotkey.net.au>



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