NASA Announces Moon Has Acquired Quibi in All-Rock Deal— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) October 21, 2020
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6yo: What are you doing?— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) October 16, 2020
Me: Just some editing.
6yo: What’s that?
Me: It’s like writing, but instead of making words you remove them.
Me: Yes. Yes, that’s it exactly.
“Best practices” is basically just corporate Foucault.— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) October 7, 2020
I wrote about those orange wildfire skies turned grey in pictures. Cameras aren’t mirrors that capture the world; they are machines that make images out of it. https://t.co/MocVXbow7y— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) September 11, 2020
By now, I hope you are familiar with my position on sandwich monism: The sooner you accept that nothing isn’t a sandwich, the sooner you will be free.— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) July 18, 2020
I am so at one with this now, I gape in disbelief at its apostates. What dark end is served by hot-dog exceptionalism?
[source: ideology, personal experience]— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) February 19, 2020
I realize that calendars are arbitrary but all the decade-in-review stuff I’ve been reading has only strengthened my impression that the 2010s have no discernible, specific character whatsoever.— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) December 19, 2019
Protip: If you don’t use a password manager—or even if you do—you’ll always remember passwords that are expressions of personal disdain specifc to the venue into which you are logging in.— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) December 19, 2019
Google Alerts has been broken for a long time, but every now and then it still emails me:— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) September 23, 2019
1) Pirated copies of one of my books, or
2) Someone saying something nasty about me on Mastodon, or
3) A munge of a scrape of something repurposed on a Chinese e-commerce scam site
AI-created fine art could enliven galleries with visual aesthetics that humans couldn’t foresee, or it could become a self-contained, VC-funded machine-learning Thomas Kinkade automaton for hotel-room decor. Or it could do both.https://t.co/QoUAJK4t36— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) March 6, 2019
Y'all thought I was kidding when I started talking about sandwich ontology, but nope. The secret about philosophy is that it works best when it’s a lampoon or burlesque. Things are most obviously true when you see them in caricature.— Ian Bogost (@ibogost) August 12, 2018