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eye files #4

Cut Out Boxes, David G-P 2014Future It, David G-P 2014Suspicious Robots, David G-P 2014

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Eye Files #3 (Emergency Departments)

Through the Aire, David G-P, 2013 System3, David G-P, 2013 Heads Duh Stamps, David G-P, 2013 Not as Good, David G-P, 2013 Almost kept the posts coming each week right on time, right on time. Yet, I’ve gone to two different emergency rooms this month, leaving each time before I could get a proper diagnosis. [...]

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Eye Files #2 (Apps fo’ Work)

Not so much to look at in these eye files except for some apps I use for work. People, including me, always talk about using technology then rarely get specific with what they mean. So I looked at my devices (iPhone, iPad, notebooks) to tally which apps I use the most. Isn’t there an app [...]

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Eye Files #1 (Pink Eye)

What is up readers, listeners, and emergency room waiters under blankets. I saw all of you the last couple days, my hurt eye is getting better, and I’m starting to post works and things on my website. Inspired by Alec Soth’s 52 popsicles, I’m attempting to post once a week about something. Possibly scans of [...]

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Dash Shaw’s new works

Dash Shaw’s 3 New Stories on an iPad and New School. How many times have my arms opened the enormous pages of Dash Shaw’s New School? How often have I lugged around the heavy publication on my shoulders? Why am I talking like a soothsayer? How often do I dig into a jar of nutty [...]

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SUMMER TOP 9 AT 9

Here’s a playlist of my favorite music for summer 2013. I installed baseboards backwards and upside down in order to display records as a rotating display, so this list is both sound and vision. I’m excited and weirded out at how much it makes my living place look like a record store or an art [...]

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FIRE AND FORGET: SHORT STORIES FROM THE LONG WAR

Once I met a veteran working as a TSA agent at the airport. He was wearing a metallic bracelet with a series of codes, metal marks, or symbols. I asked him what it was. He said, “My buddies in the army”. I said that was awesome. He looked at me hard, dumbfounded and pissed off. [...]

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WEEK OH HI

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A LIZARD’S WHITE LIGHT

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WALK ON THROUGH

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