Sunday, December 12, 2004

Rhythmanalysis, Psychogeography, Rhythm Science, Social Fictions and Smart Mobs

I'm currently reading Henri Lefebvre's Rhythmanalysis, and it sent me off on an online derive, searching for works by the British novelist/psychogeographer Iain Sinclair, revisiting my Situationist readings, and listening-to/reading DJ Spooky... here you can listen to Abstract Blowback 03 and other tracks and read about Rhythm Science

More of my distractions:

Skating on Thin Eyes

Sadie Plant: Psychogeography and the Derive

Urbanity: Lived Space and Difference

Moments of Excess

Social Fiction

Surveillance and Society

Granta profile of Iain Sinclair

City Brain: Iain Sinclair

Iain Sinclair and London Orbital

Down and Out in London

Landor's Tower

Iain Sinclair: Revolutionary Novelist or Revolutionary Nihilist

Bureau of Public Secrets

Not Bored

Situationist International Online

Spunk Library

Situationist Histories

Enter the Derive

The Drifters

Consumer Society and Authenticity

Social Anxiety in the Peach State

The Glowing Maid

The Lilith Gallery

Spectacular Times

A Short Defense of the SI

Fusion Anomaly

DJ Logic

Digital Ghost

Jahsonic Profile: Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky

Online Daily profile of DJ Spooky

Ambience for the Masses

DJ Spooky, Rhythm Science, and the Future of Culture

Howard Rheingold: Smart Mobs

DJs and Copyright Laws

OK I've wasted enough time, back to work...

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