Monthly Archives: November 2012

The New Aesthetic Part III: The Network

This final installment on the New Aesthetic (Part I: Seeing Like a Machine; Part II: Writing Like a Drone) considers the awkward physicality of the Internet as a thing. If the New Aesthetic is that “structure of feeling” produced by … Continue reading

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Interweb Motley # 11

I’m not alone in getting a kick out of how Marx incorporated vampires, werewolves, and other monsters into the narrative of Capital. In fact, David McNally’s Monsters of the Market: Zombies, Vampires, and Global Capitalism takes the cake on this note … Continue reading

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U.S. Elections: Latin America MIA

Despite the oversized impact that the United States has beyond its borders, Barack Obama’s victory was won over wholly domestic issues. Even the so-called “foreign policy debate”—the last debate of the campaign—veered consistently back to domestic affairs. An op-ed I … Continue reading

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