My own personal Žižek

A few days ago, I woke up to the news that Slavoj Žižek wrote an article published on Die Zeit (behind paywall) about my latest work, the Infinite Conversation. I was elated to realize that the project had eventually landed on his desk, and overjoyed to see that he opened his article, in perfect Žižekian …

Continue Reading →

Satellite desert collage, courtesy of Gmaps. I heard that Apple Maps is getting decent, I wonder how a Linux hillbilly like me would go about to access it.

Just started a course taught by @jure and I thought Žižek had turned to CS – turns out that the Slovenian accent is quite recognizable, though Slavoj really became the face of it!

User error

It was his fault! [Citation not needed] Richard Trevithick was an early pioneer of steam-powered road and rail transport, and his most significant contributions were the development of the first high-pressure steam engine and the first working railway steam locomotive. […] During further tests, Trevithick’s locomotive broke down three days later after passing over a …

Continue Reading →