Mark TaylorWilliams College, department of religion.
I heard his name from several sources.
April recommended his book Imogologies, "media philosophy," which I bought and promptly loaned out before I could digest it.
Ken suggested I contact him about my special major.
I met someone from Willaims, when I inquired about Mark, they said I was reminiscent of his protege, Chris Tweney.
They also said Mark was an unorthodox prof, he took a class on a fieldtrip to Las Vegas.I contacted Chris lead me to Mark's server with a rhibozomal theory of information, proposing an interstanding of the internet.I saw him in action when he came to Swat on April 2, 1996,
Rhizomic Folds of Interstanding, using Post/Modernism, Hegel, bitchin' etymology and biology to arrive at an interstanding of internetical anti-structures. You might need a dictionary, and the Hegel or PoMo stuff might snow you, but keep going; he eventually pulls his thumb out of his academic butt and gets a little idealistic.
is it connections? revelations? appropriations?
he explained stuff, and drew together diverse themes. Sometimes he gets a little high falutin', a little carried way with his semiotic language.
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