Here's your personal airship.
Here's your writer's grenade.
Ever wondered what Earth's geophysical features would sound like if transposed onto vinyl? The Flat Earth Society has the answer.
'We experience life as a continuity, and only after it falls away, after it becomes the past, do we see its discontinuities. The past, if there is such a thing, is mostly empty space; great expanses of nothing in which significant persons and events float.'CERN is currently engaged in a bit of electronic archaeology: attempting to recreate the first web page every made. The earliest version they have found so far is from November 1992; older versions were rewritten without first caching backups. It's somehow liberating to think that even in the great sleepless communal panopticon of the internet, historically important documents can be forgotten and lost, that as in the happening world its past can slowly be unremembered, and become the actual past.
Teju Cole, Open City
I'm the author of more than twenty books, including novels, short story collections and a film monograph. My latest novel is Into Everywhere. Some of my fiction and nonfiction is archived on my web site. If you would like to contact me, details are here.