We wrote our first essay in January 2015. We cover a range of topics, inspired primarily by Donna Haraway’s definition of the Cyborg as a liminal being between animal, human, and machine.
Mrs. Johnson loved her yard but nothing in it as much as the tall pines that lined the old farm road. Great savage pines that reached twice as high as her house, they towered dark over the needle bed that replaced any grass long ago.
We continue to explore the good and bad metaphors used to describe modern phenomena and systems.
We explore the misappropriation of animal and human labor as a sales technique.
The design of algorithms contains potentials for bias and inequality. We suggest that human groups — including the start-up, the corporation, and the bureaucracy — share this potential.
Cobalt blue steely speed that once inside I set my companion in his co-pilot place
sink in the pitchfork of usb and say,
my friend play me something warm under this cold starry sky