Richard Dawkins, where did it all go wrong?
By Jonathan Waring on August 9, 2013
.@RichardDawkins Richard, Richard, where did it all go wrong…? In 1976 you wrote The Selfish Gene—a book I believe everyone should read… — Jonathan Waring (@jonathanwaring) August 2, 2013 .@RichardDawkins …and you invented the concept of the meme! — Jonathan Waring (@jonathanwaring) August 2, 2013 .@RichardDawkins But now: well, either you have very little understanding […]
Posted in Politics, Twitter | Tagged political naivety, Richard Dawkins | Leave a response
The Developing City: a Tweet Review
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.
Posted in Blogging, Environment, Twitter | Tagged architecture, Capitalist Realism, exhibition, experiment, future, Sustainability, Twitter | 3 Responses
AxisofLacan: Twitter as aesthetic-technical discipline
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.
Posted in Art, Blogging, Twitter | Tagged Aesthetics, Art, Blog, Capitalist Realism, Discipline, Lacan, Technical Forms, Twitter | 2 Responses