1. Directions 001
- remixing all knowledge, as improvisational oracle, in the Realm of All Relations, via object-oriented thought and quantum semantics - 
Directions are places this all might be heading. They are a way of saying “there is a place” and “let us try to get there.”
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    Directions 001

    - remixing all knowledge, as improvisational oracle, in the Realm of All Relations, via object-oriented thought and quantum semantics - 

    Directions are places this all might be heading. They are a way of saying “there is a place” and “let us try to get there.”

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  2. work in progress for a project in which i remix artists’ statements about their art.
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    work in progress for a project in which i remix artists’ statements about their art.

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  3. An approximation of the space-time-meaning continuum.
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    An approximation of the space-time-meaning continuum.

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  4. Statement 89: some approaches to knowledge production & collection.
For more on the improvisation of knowledge, see statements 79, 80, 81.
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    Statement 89: some approaches to knowledge production & collection.

    For more on the improvisation of knowledge, see statements 79, 80, 81.

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  5. The origins of language and music may be attributable, not to brains having evolved language and music instincts, but rather to language and music having culturally evolved brain instincts.
    Do Language and Music Mimic Nature?: Scientific American (via codeowl)

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  6. Statement 67
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    Statement 67

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  7. (fMRI) Functional Metaphoric Resonance Imagineering
    may be
    the ability to create useful functions by imagining the implications of how a metaphor resonates in a given context.

    original term

    a “re-acronym” takes an established acronym and makes it into a new concept.

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  8. Statement 59
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  9. sources of knowledge-objects, semantic energies, opening to distribute new potential realities, arranged around the user as a way to aid vision, tools for looking

    sources of knowledge-objects, semantic energies, opening to distribute new potential realities, arranged around the user as a way to aid vision, tools for looking

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  10. Statement 57
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  11. Language here must be thought of as a means of describing a proposition diagrammatically – as a site where ‘objects’ can be constituted (by description) and consequently transform (through discourse).
    http://www.thisistomorrow.info/viewArticle.aspx?artId=882&Title=Artist+Profile%3A+Falke+Pisano

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  12. Statement 56
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  13. Statement 55
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  14. noteGrids_WordsFrom.006 on Flickr.
remixing two articles from the NYTimes. One, on rapid pattern recognition exercises: www.nytimes.com/2011/06/07/health/07learn.html?_r=1 The other, on the completion of an Assyrian dictionary: www.nytimes.com/2011/06/07/science/07dictionary.html Send me a link: I’ll remix it into a NoteGrid.

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    remixing two articles from the NYTimes.

    One, on rapid pattern recognition exercises: www.nytimes.com/2011/06/07/health/07learn.html?_r=1

    The other, on the completion of an Assyrian dictionary: www.nytimes.com/2011/06/07/science/07dictionary.html

    Send me a link: I’ll remix it into a NoteGrid.

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