“I’m fixing a hole where the rain gets in,
And stops my mind from wandering”
The Beatles (1967) ‘Fixing a hole’
So, I pick up the phone. It’s my mother calling to tell me how the first day of having her hallway and landing redecorated has gone.
So, I listen to the radio and Paul McCartney is trying to stop his mind wandering.
So, Twitter talk gets me thinking about Thomas Dolby’s 1982 LP, The Golden Age of Wireless.
So, I’m skim reading Reza Negarestani’s Cyclonopedia and I’m beguiled by its wild talk of poromechanics and Tellurian lubes.
So, I’m sitting in a class listening to student presentations. A colleague, urges the participants – next time – to take a note of the weather on the date of inspection. One fresh faced youth asks me why this is needed.
I’m not sure.
But my colleague explains:
“You see how the…
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