Beyond Postmodernity in Einsteinian Space: Epistle to the Phobophiles

1. if e=mc squared, then intelligence equals visual information flux. 2. mystery equals decadence. 3. art as presentation no longer suffices, art as instruction always suffices. 4. camouflage (a). is effective against background a. only. against background (b)…you get the picture. our era, the “age of information”, is moving more and more inside background (b). … Continue reading

The Multi-Screen Setup

why is the multi-screen TV setup the intrinsic shape of the medium? why will the number of screens you can read and operate from simultaneously become the preeminent measure of human intelligence? imaging screen technologies now dictate the shape of societies, their cultures and their potentials. those citizens most able to uptake local and remote … Continue reading


TV is not cinema. It is, above all, a multi-screen medium, and when properly acted upon by the senses, makes apparent and emphasizes that aspect of choice which is the direction of attention. The discovery of the inherent nature of phenomena, such as TV, is simply the discovery of that action which is most efficient. … Continue reading


Multi-screen video display arrays are the key to solving the problem of information overload. Actually, conceiving the problem as one of too much of one thing is a bass-ackwards approach. Problems should be conceived in terms of too little of the other thing. There is not too much info, there is too little cognitive ability … Continue reading