The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

March 7, 2008

Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2008 05:09:05 -0800
From: Jason Nelson <heliopod@YAHOO.COM>
Reply-To: UB Poetics discussion group <POETICS@LISTSERV.BUFFALO.EDU>
Subject: digital poetry and


   I'll be launching a new digital poetry site soon called, the site will include biweekly digital poetry forms,
   which I will be creating to act as bridges between the print and wired
   including their source code, explanation, video talks on each etc...

   here is a preview of the first two.........comments on the first
   one are particularly sought....

   dimension is night is night

   a letter today to attact a rushing hall

   cheers, Jason Nelson

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3 z-axis non-scaled mods from Foofwa/Kira mocap
trilled/waltz are from the same bvh; one presents sheave-skin interior

This is as close as I can get to... ...gutsy organs, sloughed wade.
It's not very close; the sheave-skin breaks into air. I'd note that even
its mathematical substructure defines manifolds emptied of anything but
nurbs, splines, whatever - tension across the sheave.

Or rather the sheave/manifold - tension defined on the two-dimensional
curved surface. One might draw vectors for example. One pulls, pushes -
directly or through bvh and other manipulations. Mobility/intention in
Second Life for example.

These vectors breathe in the surrounding space. With poles and polars,
space is on the move. So you're saying? That abstractions, mapping, might,
on a metaphorical level, pucker just about everywhere, a slid ontology.

It's sight, then? It's sight, or rather what's seen is what's sheave.
Although of course one might make sheave or sheaves invisible; it's an

And there might be invisibilites built-in - everywhere, in SL, in Poser,
across the true world? Yes, what we call ghosts are only these slid

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