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A Time to Ground, Part I: The Spirit of ’23

It’s not hard to understand the mania for building that took us through the collapse-a-thon of 2022 on into ’23. It makes sense that so many who warn and insist that it’s time to build hope to accelerate us through a sequence of their constructions into a new regime, one that can rescue us from […]

It’s not hard to understand the mania for building that took us through the collapse-a-thon of 2022 on into ’23. It makes sense that so many who warn and insist that it’s time to build hope to accelerate us through a sequence of their constructions into a new regime, one that can rescue us from the final breakdown of the decaying regime we’re in. The signs of this breakdown are everywhere, saturating every facet of life — an omnipresence rivaled only by that of technology itself, now largely understood, even by the haters and critics, as the one thing with which and from which we can build. It’s easy to wonder if the inescapable aspect of these two things, the collapse and the technology, happen to be related. ZOMBIFICATION BLUES It’s early yet but the year’s vibe is undeniably exhausted. I was thinking today I feel like everybody is just…

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