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Blog #14: Halloween Hitler Blog

Posted 31 October 2008 | By | Categories: Blog, Johnny Propaganda, Media, Reality™ Products, Text, Watt Wilby Wilby | 9 Comments

The above German translates to “German Hand Blogs! Kiss ’em Back, Now, Y’all!” I know I said some awful things about the Internet and Blogs, but I take them all back! Not because I changed my mind, but because it’s almost Halloween and Politics Day and I’m scared! When I was little, I used to […]

Blog #13: Blog Against Blogs (and Wikipedia)

Posted 10 October 2008 | By | Categories: Blog, Reality™ Products, Text | 1 Comment

I haven’t blogged in awhile. It’s because the internet is stupid. I used to respect the internet until I found out that it didn’t respect me because he she it they it found out that I was vandalizing wikipedia.  I hate the internet. I thought that we lived in a free society where everyone was […]

OK TO GO by Claire Evans

Posted 03 September 2008 | By | Categories: Claire Evans, Media, Universe, Video, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

OK TO GO from universe on Vimeo. Chain of Hyper Space scenes from films. Collaboration with Mike Merrill. Part of the thing which is so appealing about Hyper Space scenes in films is the idea that something fantastic and unknown lies at the end of them. In fact, here are the primary uses of Warp […]

Blog 12: Be True to Your Blog (The story of how mike got glared at by Brian Wilson)

Posted 03 September 2008 | By | Categories: Blog, Reality™ Products, Text | 2 Comments

So, I was just blogging the blog-o-sphere yesterday when, all of a sudden, insane celebrity Brian Wilson went to Amoeba records for one of his scheduled “social interactions”.  My friend Ben F. Nyberg sent me a text message saying “hey! mike! you’re great. brian wilson’s at amoeba. *some text missing*”.  So, wouldn’t you know, *some […]

Blog 11: Dog Blog

Posted 19 August 2008 | By | Categories: Blog, Reality™ Products, Text | No Comments

I thought about becoming a teacher for awhile. I even tutored! And there’s one thing I learned from teaching kids and it’s that they are always asking for help writing essays. I decided that I wanted to help kids write essays. There’s three basic essay forms: explorative, debatatory, and predatory. So I thought I’d tackle […]