William Buys a Parrot

UBU WEB’s summer 2006 offerings are online. A few which caught my eye on the front page are as follows: William S. Burroughs, The Cut-Up Films (1963-1972), Henry Miller reading from Black Spring and The Colossous of Maroussi (both 1949), Samuel Beckett, Not I (with Billie Whitelaw, 1971), Jorge Luis Borges, The Mirror Man, György Ligeti’s Poème Symphonique for 100 metronomes, Cinema of Transgression Early 1980s Lower East Side Films: Kern, Moritsugu, Pfahler, Wojnarowicz, etc., and Erik Satie’s Pièces pour Guitare Played by Pierre Laniau (1982).

Wrap yourself up in the Drug Quilt, a flash visualization of the american pharmaceutical landscape. Frightening somehow.

Turns out even a photo of watching eyes is enough to keep us honest.

Some links on the storied history of Sing Sing prison.

Interesting Google TechTalk on The Paradox of Choice, Why More Is Less.

New method for sniffing out traces of past life on Mars: desert varnish.

07.01. filed under:


Satie mp3’s!!! You have my gratitude and longitude.

posted on 07.01 at 08:58 PM.


My pleasure T, I remember you said you were looking.

You know, The thumbnail to this post just cracks me up for some reason. Burroughs and a parrot just staring at one another… why do I laugh every time I see it?

posted on 07.03 at 02:11 PMjmorrison

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