The I turned of course to virology -- so to speak. I mean of course the book on viruses (computer viruses to be exact), where some ideas machinological. However, focusing on the quasi-object of "viruses" made it possible to through more concrete case studies look at how the weird materialities of network culture adopt elements from a variety of resources -- not least biology.
In terms of this blog -- which I might abandon soon if I do not find it useful as a tool-for-thinking -- I try to follow my likes for media anomalies, weird objects, unstable systems, and noisyness of the modern media condition. Its shares characteristics with pataphysics, believes that insects are pioneers of high-tech and we should read more Whitehead to understand the ontology of technical media. We will see what comes out of this.