About :: The Wandering Honk
Celebrate impermanence — revel in an emerging world.
This could be the world outside your window, or someone you know but don't know really, conscious reflections inside a room, or what happens when stuff arrives from faraway, and just anything that brings intimacy out of the vacuum — likewise, it's the best of the loop, similar or divergent experiences that might be possible, and the desire that has not yet materialized.
The Wandering Honk features overlapping takes that cover the gap between here and there, digs through the medium, explores emergent possibilities in art & culture. You should expect nothing but a conversation between posts, alt-takes and contrasts to mainstream assumptions and certainties.
The Wandering Honk rejects coercive and dominating mindsets, exploitative and extractive ideologies, and will always show in favor of listening, non-hierarchical insight, and readings where all edges point toward a converging total circumference.
This is world culture not globalization, paradox not conflict, conscious culture not commodity culture. The Wandering Honk aims to open and not cancel more experiences and engage directly with humans anywhere — including those we can reach & share with you.
About :: ScripterNet
Founded in 1999 to publicize a literary gathering at Hunters Point Naval Shipyards in San Francisco, ScripterNet has proceeded in unexpected evolutions from a books promotion site to a consultancy to a project space to an arts portal — and (coming soon) a repository of locative works shared in novel formats.
ScripterNet has kept pace with developments whilst ze humans have moved through their lives in modes like novelist, poet, digital dreamer, architect and producer, coder, teacher, and collector of curiosities. All along ScripterNet has kept an eye on community in hopes of leaving the world a better place, with more beauty and intimacy for all sentient beings.
About :: More
Some links to inspire on an everyday level:
- The Astrobiology of Adam Frank — this NPR piece is a great introduction to the big science.
- Catuskoti an expanded form of the tetralemma made popular by Nagarjuna somewhere around the 2nd Century.
Beyond the TRUE-FALSE binary, catuṣkoṭi invokes a total of 8 states for logic statements — TRUE, NOT TRUE, BOTH TRUE AND NOT-TRUE, NEITHER TRUE nor NOT-TRUE; then combine those four with their opposites (ie, NOT NOT-TRUE, etc.) for the full (expanded) analysis. Sound easy?