By Jonathan Waring on September 7, 2012
An experiment using WordPress’ Twitter Embeds to assemble a review of The Developing City from a series of my tweets.
By Jonathan Waring on June 30, 2011
With yesterday’s change in Wordpress theme, and a number of other less obvious changes and improvements, I’m finally declaring jw.net out of beta with a v1.0 designation.
By Jonathan Waring on November 2, 2010
In which Google Analytics is used to spot someone sneaking a look at my draft post of the second part of ‘Summing Up: Žižek and Environmentalism’
By Jonathan Waring on October 22, 2010
An exploration of the technical form of Twitter as an aesthetic discipline, containing the example of a tweeted explanation of the Lacanian notion of the Real, Symbolic and Imaginary, as they relate to Mark Fisher’s notion of Capitalist Realism.
By Jonathan Waring on August 12, 2010
In this response to my previous post (Slavoj Žižek and the Recycling Superstition) I address the ‘the Rs of sustainability’; continue my examination of Žižek’s notion of superstition and his invocation of the ‘paradox of the performative’; and link to a backlight.vpro.nl video in which Žižek is interrogated by giant video screens.
By Jonathan Waring on April 25, 2010
In this post I discuss the recent lack of activity at jonathanwaring.net, and then comment on some possible titles for future examinations, including: ‘Scientology and the ARC Triangle: The Value of Systematising’; ‘Anarchism and Libertarianism’ and ‘What if Hitler was Right: On the Importance of Interrogating Wrong Ideas’.
By Jonathan Waring on January 26, 2010
I’ve now tried out a variety of WordPress themes and I’m not really happy with any of them. All those I’ve installed have had at least one attribute in their favour, but then they’ve all then had more things going against them. I don’t really want to get bogged down editing themes (or getting into […]