Tag Archives: maps

Evidentiary Maps of ‘Democalypse 2012’

I have been looking at a lot of maps lately. I mean, I love maps, so that is not that strange, but as I keep hearing people throw around incredible accusations about who is to blame for the state of … Continue reading

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Finding a Road to Nowhere

I wrote a little paper, almost ten years ago now, contemplating a conflict between the (actual) existence and (honest) acknowledgment of places. This may seem silly. That is, we assume if something exists it is acknowledged. But the more interesting … Continue reading

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Goddammit… it’s happening again.

Forget over-hyped H1N1… Lately I have been suffering from something far more severe. My need for travel has risen again, and it should be noted, we are talking to a degree of epic proportions. I am a chronic sufferer of … Continue reading

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