Author of Monsters in Appalachia
"he had discovered that paradise of exhaustion where reality ends and where one may dwell among its ruins." —Thomas Ligotti
A media theory and history blog diagramming how media form assemblages of people, populations, technologies, meanings, and sensations. The evolution of these assemblages, their non-linear dynamics, their affects, and self-organizing capacities are what is explored in these postings.
Notes on Cinema
blogging urban change since 2005
On the outer right side of history
Studies in Night, Art & Urban Life
"More than machinery, we need humanity."
Talking about what the matter was
exploring speculative realism, non-philosophy, and other heresies
No bells, just whistling in the dark...
Various thoughts and papers in french and english
"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
Startup and Technology News
shane denson | media theory | post-cinema | seriality | techno-phenomenology | postnaturalism | and other stuff.