no more absolutes
Today is my last workshop of the semester. The story isn't exactly fiction. I haven't been able to look at it in the past week. I don't know, don't know, don't know. I hope that it is quickly and humanely dispatched, at least.
The Erotic Computation Group at MIT's Media Lab conducts research on topics such as "Erotic Speech Processing" and "Sex Toys of the Future." Yeah, it's a hoax, but someone put a lot of time into it.
Also we'll be seeing a heavily annotated Finnegans Wake CD in the next few years. I don't really trust Danis Rose with the job, as his "Reader's Edition" of Ulysses was perfectly wretched, but so long as he doesn't take so many liberties with the text this time, it could be a godsend. It's called MaMaLuJo: that's Joyce's compression of the Gospel authors, as opposed to the evil monkey from the Powerpuff Girls.
"I make a sound of pleasure at your shortcomings!"