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Date: Sun,  5 Oct 2003 15:00:15 +0100
From: Harwood <Harwood {AT} scotoma.org>
Subject: executed-coat-thief
To: Recipient List Suppressed <Harwood {AT} scotoma.org>

Forward {AT} will

C2C Railway Journey <-> ADULT RETURN = The mouth of the Thames to the Tower of London.

I close my eyes and the distribution of animals, objects, motions, events and places flash - red . grey . grey . red - as blood vessels enlarge my eyelids. I remember that some metaphysical poet or another in 1500 + (something) said that if you rub your eyes and see a white light  - it is the glow of your soul.

>From the random noise of light reflected through the window and over photo-receptors situated in my ocular mechanism (eyes, with intrinsic and extrinsic eye muscles, as related to the vestibular organs, the head and the whole body), my system fails to explore and find convergence.

Even so the variables and structure of the ambient light engage me, as I slowly remember my ability to de-code, acquired from an early scouting lesson in the Morse codec. (1791 - Samuel Finley Breese Morse a painting and sculpture professor with an early interest in Wired Networks)I quickly wrote down the dots and dashes of code entering my much-adorned visual system and it is these notes I pass on.

use Context;

We exist in a world where powerful social elites live their life through exceptional fantasies - they mistakenly believe they can best safeguard their privilege by hiding their bonsai trees of knowledge in secret societies, under the tomes of law court papers, magic rituals - art - religions, and the use of well tooled-up armies.

On the other hand mongrels everywhere lust for the experience of transportation->new()  while being firmly rooted to the ground. We require transportation->new() from present situations to other states of pleasure and pain. Out of the gutters and into the stratosphere of the imaginary - the vehicle of our transportation is of little consequence.

 {AT} Transportation = qw (Fast_Cars  Art  Science  Code  illness Critical_theory  A_chat_in_the_street  Sex  difference  food  Music ); # WHATEVER

Our desire is to fly with our own wings forged from the manacles of oppressive abstraction - that is all that is important.

use Constant; VISIONARY (depreciated) = ("the birth of the telescope 1608") == ("objectification of vision");

Bobby Reason was born weak from typhus fever and unable to crawl away from his body of infection.  He spends his time passing voltage through the pathways of least resistance to help him amplify, copy, and replay sounds. Extending his ears to where his eyes used to be. He forms lenses to put in place of his imagination. Whilst doing so he manages to split light and holds the lower end of the spectrum (radiation) with special tools he forged out of the industrial revolution to replace his hands.

And after all is done.

He gets out the air-freshener to replace his nose.

use Constant;	CODE_OF_WAR = ("anything taken out of the hands of the many and put in the hands of a few");

use Constant;	PUBLIC_DOMAIN = "ALL knowledge NO MATTER WHAT, should be available to us. Whether nuclear arms manufacture, anthrax breeding colonies or the environmental impact of nail-varnish remover in the tanning factories of Southend-on-sea Essex U.K.";

Rise up on wings of desire. Fly from rats lice poverty famine && violence - escape the CODE_OF_WAR enter the palace of the PUBLIC_DOMAIN.

use Constant;	POCEDURAL_CORRUPTION = "mathematical models used outside of their purist application follow the agenda of a well aimed machine gun"

	(hutton enquiry <=> CODE_OF_WAR )

	(WTO <=> (Merchandise trade by region and selected economies, 1980-2002 Excel format (file size   487KB)) == ((Commercial services trade by region and selected economies, 1980-2002 Excel format (file size 282KB)) == ((Merchandise exports, production and gross domestic product, 1950-2002 Excel format (file size 91KB))

(The Revolutionary Politics of Bar-Charts) == (Towards a critique of data-visualization)

It is a questionable assumption that problems in economics, sociology, politics, language, law and healthcare can be resolved by quantification and computation.


sub WhyIsTheBlackManPoor{

	foreach( {AT} PoorBlackMan){
		$Embedded_Culture  = &Calculate_cultural_context; # returns IMPOSSIBLE
		$Economic_Poverty = &EveryRichFatBloatedArseLickingWanker; # returns CODE_OF_WAR
		$NaturalResources; # Depreciated
	}
}

(pre-requisites of the computer) == (Money, mechanisation and algebra);

We need wings to investigate procedural corruption wherever and whenever it takes place.

Critique the mathematical formulae (formulation of statistical data) that are used to report on the psychosocial sphere in the media, and on the bottom of bills sent through our doors.

- Language as Data:

Mary, Queen of Scots' head fell ceremoniously from her shoulders into a basket. Peterborough, England: 8:30am on 8th February 1587. From under her skirts ran a small dog. The seed master of the modern English Bull Terrier. Mary's plot against Queen Elizabeth I was discovered by comparing her secret communications with a word frequency table of English, derived from Arabic learning.

Paranoid social elites on the way to or from war have always composed, spawned, coded systems by which they and their minions may sleep better at night.

Language as Data, a mathematical study of the periodicity or norms of word use in a language. In English text generated from some none linguistically impaired peoples, 'the' makes up 6.18 percent of the corpus of English words. We find that 43% of the corpus is pronouns, conjunctions, other function words and a few common verbs. Word frequency is used to inform religious scholars of who authored various parts of various bibles and to inform search engines of content words in web sites, AI development and in detecting the normalcy of language.

Critique_it!

The exceptional fantasies that the social elite has been living through have spawned strange and bewildering hierarchies of knowledge and war. We need to squash these at the level of algorithm and representation. The algorithm creates the scaffolding on which the author of a knowledge based system hangs himself.

Pre-flight checklist:

A critical theory of media systems ecology. To enable and locate weaknesses in systems that keep us grounded. Or look for possibilities for new flight paths.

Data-visualization revised.

Aesthetics of computer-code formation (experiencing the sheer beauty of elegant mathematical patterns that surround elegant computational procedures). How these aesthetics - poetics motivate peoples or allow for the formation of amnesia in the construction of oppressive abstraction.

(Oppressive abstraction) == (History-> from the personal plunging in of the knife to missile guidance systems)

The bomb seen from the point of view of the pilot is remarkably beautiful->{oresome}  == OPPRESSIVE->{abstraction}.

History of computing - both hardware and software from the VISIONARY->{depreciated} -> (the Birth of the telescope) -> to the present. The economy and cultures of key algorithms and hardware.

Subroutine(Descartes {AT} Waag->{Amsterdam} - the executed coat-thief & the birth of hardware){

	Did Descartes' feet, in ancient times, meet the hand of Rembrandt?
	
	1630 - anatomical investigations - de Waag
	
	erysipelas (skin disease)
		|
	infection
		|
	Marin Mersenne (tells) ->	Descartes (goes to Amsterdam)
								   |
								de Waag
	
	The French man  - sniffs and swallows in Amsterdam's butchers' stalls purchasing carcasses for our dissection.
	
	SEEK:
	
		(practical therapeutics) <-> (from his rational reform of philosophy.)
		 |
	find the cure for Marin Mersenne in 7 years
	
	
	"the body as a machine animated by soul" == 'culture of dissection'
	
	Sawday places Descartes in Amsterdam (by then becoming one of the major centres for anatomy in Northern Europe) during the early 1630s at exactly the same time as Rembrandt, and allows the ghostly spectre of a possible meeting between the two deliciously haunting his description of the centrepiece of Rembrandt's painting:
	
	
	… Cold - December - Amsterdam - the Waag - Rembrandt paints -> Dr Tulp's forceps are delicately probing the flexor digitorum muscles of Adreaenszoon's [the name of the cadaver, an executed coat-thief] left hand. By pulling on these flexor muscles, the (dead) fingers are made to curl, a gesture which Tulp echoes with his own (living) left hand…One intellect (Tulp's) has animated two bodies, one of which is living and the other is dead. In the dead body, the will -> voluntas -> has been extinguished, but the mechanism -> 'the laws of mechanics' which, Descartes was to explain… inhabit all of nature - was still in operation. In the extinction of Adreaenszoon's will, lay the triumph of the intellect.
	
	
	1642 - Paris - "toothed wheels" (gears) by Blaise Pascal (1623-1662))
	
	Pascal (Hardware origins) <-> (October and November 1647)
	
	While Oliver Cromwell discusses the new Levellers' constitution for England (at the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Putney, Surrey) with factions of the New Model Arm, Descartes pays a call on the sickly young mathematician Blaise Pascal (Pascal Programming language)->{honour} for (mechanical calculators).
	
	
	Descartes wants to speak to Pascal about his vacuum experiments, but, seeing how weak he looked, Descartes volunteered some medical advice:
	
	return (bed-rest and a lot of soup (force bouillons));
}

In this city's dark gates - the tree of knowledge leads to this
mansion built on misery.
Here the dress code of secrecy cloaks the flesh in fear.
This is how the proprietary city gets built,
Hidden in every proprietary street,
In every proprietary house,
In every proprietary possession we meet.

NO to TAX (True Levellers 1647)->{Diggers} != (Public money being spent on proprietary systems)

guarantee data_archaeologist access to the knowledge based media archives we create


Rise again the true Levellers-republic, rise on wings of knowledge flowing in the domain of the many.
For heaven is more knowledge then one man can muster in a lifetime. 
For hell is more knowledge then one man can muster in a lifetime.


Charity would be no more if we did not make somebody poor.
Mutual fear brings peace until our market share increase.


To be done:


Place the death mask of Blake (National portrait Gallery, London) on the skull of Descartes (Musée de l'Homme, Paris) & bring me the head of  Oliver Cromwell the traitor (buried somewhwere in the precincts of a Cambridge college) that I may relive my bowls within that most disapointing of craniums.

Harwood



Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2003 08:47:38 -0700
From: MWP <mpalmer {AT} JPS.NET>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: Re: tract Re: prove Re: call Re: spond Re: treat Re: lease Re: lax

on 10/8/03 8:46 AM, MWP at mpalmer {AT} jps.net wrote:

> tract
>
> on 10/8/03 8:46 AM, MWP at mpalmer {AT} jps.net wrote:
>
>> prove
>>
>> on 10/8/03 8:45 AM, MWP at mpalmer {AT} jps.net wrote:
>>
>>> call
>>>
>>> on 10/8/03 8:45 AM, MWP at mpalmer {AT} jps.net wrote:
>>>
>>>> spond
>>>>
>>>> on 10/8/03 8:44 AM, MWP at mpalmer {AT} jps.net wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> treat
>>>>>
>>>>> on 10/8/03 8:42 AM, MWP at mpalmer {AT} jps.net wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> lease
>>>>>>
>>>>>> on 10/8/03 8:41 AM, MWP at mpalmer {AT} jps.net wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> lax
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
>



Date:         Sun, 5 Oct 2003 19:26:51 -0400
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} PANIX.COM>
Subject: The Neighbors
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA

The Neighbors


Network 1: "<no ssid>" BSSID: "00:0C:41:6E:10:20"
    Type     : infrastructure
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 00
    WEP      : "No"
    Maxrate  : 0.0
    LLC      : 0
    Data     : 2
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 2
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:47:59 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:47:59 2003"

Network 2: "jawwap" BSSID: "00:06:25:24:B4:0F"
    Type     : infrastructure
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 06
    WEP      : "Yes"
    Maxrate  : 11.0
    LLC      : 9
    Data     : 0
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 9
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:47:59 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:14 2003"

Network 3: "zuki_wireless" BSSID: "00:50:F2:C8:DC:30"
    Type     : infrastructure
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 06
    WEP      : "Yes"
    Maxrate  : 11.0
    LLC      : 1
    Data     : 0
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 1
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:01 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:01 2003"

Network 4: "<no ssid>" BSSID: "00:02:8A:92:D2:2E"
    Type     : probe
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 00
    WEP      : "No"
    Maxrate  : 11.0
    LLC      : 1
    Data     : 0
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 1
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:02 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:02 2003"

Network 5: "jannone" BSSID: "00:30:65:1C:76:DD"
    Type     : infrastructure
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 02
    WEP      : "No"
    Maxrate  : 11.0
    LLC      : 5
    Data     : 0
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 5
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:03 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:03 2003"

Network 6: "Bartwick" BSSID: "00:06:25:87:79:55"
    Type     : infrastructure
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 03
    WEP      : "Yes"
    Maxrate  : 11.0
    LLC      : 7
    Data     : 0
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 7
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:04 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:19 2003"

Network 7: "NETGEAR" BSSID: "00:09:5B:52:B3:9E"
    Type     : infrastructure
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 11
    WEP      : "No"
    Maxrate  : 11.0
    LLC      : 10
    Data     : 0
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 10
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:07 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:18 2003"

Network 8: "<no ssid>" BSSID: "00:02:2D:05:BB:A1"
    Type     : infrastructure
    Carrier  : 802.11b
    Info     : "None"
    Channel  : 03
    WEP      : "Yes"
    Maxrate  : 11.0
    LLC      : 6
    Data     : 0
    Crypt    : 0
    Weak     : 0
    Total    : 6
    First    : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:08 2003"
    Last     : "Mon Oct  6 06:48:12 2003"



Date:         Fri, 10 Oct 2003 13:34:38 +0200
From: noemata <noemata {AT} KUNST.NO>
Subject: DELE #2 - #35
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA

todo.
urging
add o3 mailreaper funct

pop3kill (acc, kfile) {
        while (kfile[$i] || augmented highcaps || hmrargfh {AT} ) {
                if ($kill[$i]=='on') {
                        fputs($fp,"DELE $i\r\n");
                        echo "DELE $i\r\n";
                }
                if (preg_match("/OK/",$returned))
                        continue;
                //elsestuff, defunkt
        }
        fputs($fp,"QUIT $i\r\n");
}


DELE 2
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+OK Sayonara



Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2003 19:28:15 +0200
From: noemata <noemata {AT} KUNST.NO>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: concept of maehn

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Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2003 22:52:02 +0200
From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>
To: 7-11 {AT} mail.ljudmila.org, _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au,
Subject: Rev.e ver : le langage (se) pense


"Le cosmos pense en nous et notre monde est satur de pense collective."
 
           Pierre Lvy
		
Les "textes" que je prsente ici : www.20six.fr/cuneiform2 et ailleurs 
sont des fragments issus d'un pan gnralement invisible du langage : 
les codes de programmation que l'on utilise pour faire fonctionner nos 
outils informatiques. Ces "morceaux de machines"(1) sont, lorsqu'ils 
sont rendus excutables et excuts par le processus logique de la 
machine informatique, eux-mmes des machines logiques qui fonctionnent 
au sein de l'outil. Ces machines logiques excutent  diffrents niveaux 
des tches plus ou moins complexes et se comportent les unes par rapport 
aux autres comme les briques actives/ractives d'un jeu de construction (2).
Un signe sur l'cran fait fonctionner une de ces machines logiques.

Le langage humain a t utilis en programmation de manire  rduire la
complexit de la tche du programmeur. Ainsi, le moindre signe est 
lui-mme une machine logique qui mettra en branle, sous la surface 
graphique de sa reprsentation  l'cran, un processus logique invisible 
qui se traduira par une action/raction de l'outil au sein d'un 
programme.Le langage humain a donc t introduit en programmation dans 
sa forme crite l'loignant de toute oralit et de toute mmoire humaine 
(3).Utiliser ces fragments de machines pour en faire quelque chose 
d'humainement "lisible" me parat une gageure intressante  relever.

Pour conclure cette courte rflexion, je reprendrai et dtournerai  mon
profit la phrase de Pierre Lvy cite en introduction  ce texte :

Le langage (se) pense (lui-mme) en nous.
Rflexion  poursuivre.

 
   (vendredi 29 aot 2003)

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 >       s e i s m i c
         http://www.20six.fr/cuneiform2

         (octobre 2003)

                     (1) Merci  A. Dontigny pour ce titre.
                     (2) Douglas Edric Stanley
                     (3) mez






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From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>
To: 7-11 {AT} mail.ljudmila.org, _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au,
Subject: | n c l u d e
Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2003 19:26:42 +0200

\ n c l u d e


nous allons avec le langage
il est notre moyen d're & d'errance
      \
par le\langage le signe ou le signal
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nous n'avons pas invent
les langues les codes les signes nous n'avons fait
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les signaux les drapeaux les bornes les repres les virgules

l e s p o i n t s\
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Date:         Thu, 9 Oct 2003 19:30:22 +0000
From: Jukka-Pekka Kervinen <xpressed {AT} SDF-EU.ORG>
Subject: #1
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA

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Jukka-Pekka Kervinen
xpressed {AT} sdf-eu.org



Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2003 21:27:33 -0700
From: Jukka-Pekka Kervinen <xpressed {AT} SDF-EU.ORG>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: #2

(0000)    ho st :  home : s  ro : a r a : wesom :  e me : rg er :
(0001)     m et :  a sp : e ak  : s nee : ze be :  g an :  bet  :
(0002)    as r  : and o : m gra : pes g : oes c :  ues  : venu  :
(0003)    s ver :  y  o :  wns  : bit   : fluid : s ra  : ces   :
(0004)    b ras : h  br : ooms  : san t : a sa  : v e c : ut ca :
(0005)    st s  :  gale :  gasp :  calf :  cabl : e  li :  fo   :
(0006)    lic k :   dou : bt  d :  ozen :  exis : t  ex : t end :
(0007)      cal : l cas : ual & :   bac : k ban :  ging :   & f :
(0008)    ront  : cra c : k ed  :  card : s hol : e pla : y s f :
(0009)    urnis : h din : es pi :  n g  : pupil :   sla : n de  :
(0010)    r ve  : rbs   : vete  : ran f : avor  :  fall : s  no :
(0011)    is es :  nint : h fun : ny &  : path  : pacer :   san :
(0012)    ds st :  ony  : & bit : s pus : h ed  :  pl a : in se :
(0013)    em bo :  ots  : batch :   too : k tis : sue   : slowe :
(0014)    r  s  : hoot  :  & c  : heek  : s che : e k   : luck  :
(0015)    & fl  : unk f :  oi l : s   o : wned  :  ou t : c ome :
(0016)     t ea :   ten :  t    : po s  : es  a : rc ac :  t  m :
(0017)    acros :  mine : r &   : wai t : ed re : dial  : r ock :
(0018)    s &   : bigot : ry  b : aths  : polls :  stif : f sti :
(0019)    cky   : chock :   cat : s cru : e lty :  c r  : itics :
(0020)      sym : p to  : m s h : ow &  : desk  : demo  : n &   :
(0021)    sm i  : th wo : men t :  oad  : token :   sor : ts sa :
(0022)    ge d  : a t a :   liv : ed li : ne ma :  yor  : marry :
(0023)     & o  : rion  :  tank : s sal : ute   : sums  :  falc :
(0024)    on fa : te d  : o ile : d a v : oid   : v isa :  mend :
(0025)     mul  : ti te : am de : bit d : e ed  : boo s :  t mo :
(0026)    no mo : lding :   fre :  ed   : fad s : e ems :   ste :
(0027)    alth  : exa c :  t    : make  : m odu : lar & :  th u :
(0028)    mb pu : rse   : pu n  : able  : abov  : e que : e ns  :
(0029)    qui e : tly t : rial  : f a t : al f  : lak   : & win :
(0030)    d &   :  stun :   ban : d  fi :  x f  : luk e :   acc :
(0031)    ru e  :   r u : le  d :  ebug :  ear  :  edg  : e zer :
(0032)    os z  : ero & :   pir : acy p : lug   : are   : bye s :
(0033)     t in : ks su : per   : waste :  whit : e  fl : ap  s :
(0034)    ociet : y c h : o ir  :  ant  : f un  : ny  f : u nds :
(0035)      com : i c   : ca p  : ture  : summe : r sue :  push :
(0036)      pen :  stee : p  st : un re : set   : fe w  : & mig :
(0037)    h t m : ind a :  wful :  awok : e & f : ore w : a de  :
(0038)    ar ro :  w ar : ise   :

(C) Jukka-Pekka Kervinen



Date:         Wed, 8 Oct 2003 23:13:13 -0400
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} PANIX.COM>
Subject: sleep peels
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA

sleep peels


last pid:   664;  load averages:  3.04,  3.15,  2.77    11:01:20
25 processes:  1 running, 21 sleeping, 3 uninterruptable

Memory: 27M used, 476K free, 2152K buf  Swap:


  PID USERNAME PRI NICE  SIZE   RES STATE   TIME   WCPU    CPU COMMAND
    6 root      11    0    0K    0K sleep  19:
  240 root      15   10   13M 8216K sleep   1:
   12 root       9    0    0K    0K sleep   0:
  220 root       9    0 1252K  348K sleep   0:
  652 root      15   10 7572K 3772K sleep   0:
    1 root       9    0 1296K  568K sleep   0:
  236 root       9    0 1292K  480K sleep   0:
  653 root      15   10 2564K 1424K sleep   0:
  664 root      18   10 1968K  840K run     0:
  155 root       9    0 1428K  652K sleep   0:
  176 bin        9    0  508K   48K sleep   0:
    7 root       9    0    0K    0K sleep   0:
  237 root       9    0 1380K  512K sleep   0:
  643 root       9    0 1684K  804K sleep   0:
  166 root       9    0 1276K  376K sleep   0:

not much is happening in the middle of the night. owls hoot. you can
almost feel the flies byting.


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Date:         Sun, 5 Oct 2003 08:17:13 -0400
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} PANIX.COM>
Subject: Code
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA

Code


[ [A-Z][a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z]
[a-z][a-z] [0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9] -
[a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]
[a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]. [A-Z][a-z][a-z][a-z]?
[A-Z][a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]?
[A-Z][a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z]
[a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]? [A-Z]
[a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z]
[a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]. [A-Z][a-z]
[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9] [a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]
[a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z] [a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]... ]


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Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2003 15:05:49 -0700
From: Lanny Quarles <solipsis {AT} HEVANET.COM>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: \{jiji}/





\{jiji}/
1UUUU7
6HHHj
xVVVVVVVVVVl
nYYYYY1
8\{jiji}/8
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
{jiji}{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}
{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}{jiji}{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}{jiji}
{jiji}
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
o~{}~o
[-----------{jiji}-----------]





From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
To: _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au
Subject: Code Slosh Code
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 2003 12:40:58 -0400 (EDT)




Code Slosh Code


od -H zz
0000000         205b0a0a        64646444        20646420        20646464
0000020         0a646464        5b206464        5d392d30        392d305b
0000040         2d305b5d        305b5d39        205d392d        64640a2d
0000060         64646464        0a646464        64646464        64646464
0000100         44202e64        3f646464        6464440a        64642064
0000120         64646420        3f646464        440a2020        20646464
0000140         0a646464        64646464        64646464        3f646464
0000160         640a4420        20646464        64206464        64642064
0000200         64206464        64640a64        64642064        64646464
0000220         44202e64        305b0a64        5b5d392d        5d392d30
0000240         392d305b        2d305b5d        305b5d39        205d392d
0000260         64206464        0a646464        64646464        64646420
0000300         64646420        2e2e2e64        0a0a5d20        0a5f5f0a
0000320


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Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:04:13 -0400 (EDT)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
To: syndicate {AT} anart.no
Subject: Slosh Code: Great Religious Texts of the World in Translation


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Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2003 15:51:43 -0400 (EDT)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
To: 7-11 {AT} mail.ljudmila.org
Subject: Scheme for a General Literature




        Scheme for a General Literature


        Wittgenstein, TLP:

        [P, E, N(E)] :
        P = all propositions
        E = any set of proportions
        N(E) = negation of E

        Russell: 'The whole symbol means whatever can be
        obtained by taking any selection of atomic
        propositions, negating them all, then taking any
        selection of the set of propositions now obtained,
        together with any of the originals--and so on
        indefinitely. This is, he [Wittgenstein] says, the
        general truth-function and also the general form of
        proposition.' (Introduction, TLP.)

        Now the negation is necessary to produce the Sheffer
        stroke and its dual; atomic propositions, however, are
        illusory - show me one.

        Nevertheless, one can write P, where
        P = generalized alphabetics; and E, where
        E = a finite subset methodology (axiom of choice)
        in any order of P. Note that P is a reasonably
        small integer < 40,000. (Of course further reduction
        is possible by virtue of binary or unary mapping.)

        We have in addition S({E}), where
        S = the substructure or ordering-site (Peirce's
        "sheet of assertion"); {E} (a set of finite subsets
        of P) is mapped onto S.

        Then clearly [P, E, S({E})] is the general form of
        literature - in particular, religious or other
        traditional or exemplary texts (including their
        diacritical and extra-alphabetic graphemes) - issues
        of practicality, decidability, etc. notwithstanding.



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Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2003 20:22:57 -0700
From: Lanny Quarles <solipsis {AT} HEVANET.COM>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: Trying To See the DOES'


Trying To See the DOES'

GorakH BabA made Bharthari pUt dowN MOti STag
You muSt rEalize BhaRthari
YOu Must realiZe BhArthari
One Stag and Seventy Hundred Windows
Why Did You Kill the Animal

  1.. /mnaD/ 'mind-dignity'
  /mn + aD/ 'to be agree + come'
  2.. /prdesi/ 'foreigner'
  /prde + si/ 'curtains + sew (imp.)'

YOu Must pUt dowN MOti STag
and Seventy Hundred Windows
Gorakh Nath Gorakh Baba Nath Baba King Bharthari Panvar of Dhara Nagar
You muSt rEalize BhaRthari
YOu Must realiZe BhArthari
Honored King, I killed hiM But Listen
listen that harmless life, listen to my news,
    gam 'village/villages' raja 'king/kingschoro 'boy'chora 'boys'ghoRo 'horse'ghoRa 'horseschori 'girl'chori 'girls'kitab 'book'          kitab 'bookschoro'boy'morio 'peacockchori 'girl'ghoRi 'marerajsthanN 'Rajasthani woman'snsN 'Sansi womankagt(m.) 'paper'jmat(f.) 'class'
He sprinkled it with drops of the elixir of life,
you mUst realize Bharthari, you made seventy HundreD WinDows ToDaY,
Listen Panvar, you must realize
He took off the shEet
GorakH BabA made Bharthari take off the sheet
SteP thrU the Seventy Hundred MOti STag Windows
But Listen

      N Po
      N choro ....
      O chorE ....
      A chorE+ nE/ku nE/ku
      I chorE + su~ su~
      A chorE + su~ su~
      P chorE + ko/ki/ka ko(ms.)/ki(fs/p.)/ka (mp.)
      Lo chorE + mE/pr mE/pr
      Vo o chora ....


Why Did You Kill the Animal pUt dowN with elixir of life,
that harmless life, listen to my news,
Gorakh Nath Gorakh Baba Nath
Put down the Deer, KINg
and Go to my City of Ujjain
and give it to Qu:een PinG[ala].***
{>I >have one of her nanoseconds that she used to
give away after her >lectures. That should date me.}

+++++++++++++||+++++++++||+++++++||+++++++++++

Voices and Musicians:
Group of Rajasthani musicians, camel fair, Pushkar
Kamal Kothari's group of Rajasthani musicians, Jodhpur
Sitar, played by Arun Patak in music shop, Old Delhi
Situ Singh-Bhler, mezzo soprano, Delhi
Snake Charmer, Lodi Gardens, Delhi
Sarangi player, Madore Park, Jodhpur
Vendor, Janak Puri, Delhi
Young boy singing, camel fair, Pushkar, Rajasthan





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Subject: executed-coat-thief
    From: Harwood <Harwood {AT} scotoma.org>
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Subject: Re: tract Re: prove Re: call Re: spond Re: treat Re: lease Re: lax
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Subject: The Neighbors
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    To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA

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    From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} PANIX.COM>
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    From: Lanny Quarles <solipsis {AT} HEVANET.COM>
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    From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
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Subject: Slosh Code: Great Religious Texts of the World in Translation
    From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
    To: syndicate {AT} anart.no

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