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who i am

29 yo graduate student in philosophy, currently located in Tampa, FL.

what i do

read, write, drink.

favorite books

Karl Marx, Capital Vol. 1

Robert Brandom, Making it Explicit

Ludwig Wittgenstein, "Philosophical Investigations"

G. F. W. Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit

David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest

Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf

Tom Robbins, Still Life with Woodpecker

Henry David Thoreau, Walden

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01.13.2010: Later, y'all!

I haven't posted here in over a year, and more than likely will not be contributing anything further to this site. Sorry, folks!! It's been fun!

UPDATE (6/12): I went ahead and did some preventative maintenance to the site, including removing all of the spam comments, and taking some measures so that there will be no more of them. My apologies if I accidentally deleted some genuine comments. All of the previous entries have been (and will continue to be) preserved under the "archives" link.

posted by faith on 01.13.10 @ 11:45 am EST

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Cocktails and Pain: R.I.P.

Chris Donovan dot Com: Chris Donovan has been taking digital arts in new directions, and is an all-around swell dude.

Vague Angel's blog: A bottle of Jack and a thesaurus can go a long way.


Open Office: I swear by this program, as a (better) substitute for ms office

GIMP: all graphics in this site made with gimp, a substitute for photoshop

Firefox: There's really just no reason to use IE.


Slashdot:If you have to ask, you'll never know.

Guerrilla News Network:a cool up and coming radical site

The Economist: A right-of-center British magazine that uniquely takes political economy as seriously as it should.

my idea of fun

The Onion: A must for anyone who is coming to terms with our American social milieu

Piled Higher and Deeper: He feels my pain.


Epistemelinks: All things philosophy

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: a good, free research tool

American Philosophical Association: the organization of the industry of philosophy in the US.


Adbusters: because all humor is gallows humor

MoveOn: Anything that pisses off the right-wingers with as much frequency and intensity as this PAC is worth linking.

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