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ȘȈǤƝȘ 63: Reality Splitters

ȘȈǤƝȘ 63: Reality Splitters
Three Houses, Paul Klee (1922)
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Signs of Life—my spin on the recurring medley format, where I send you short ideas, books, links, and upcoming events every week—saw 61 issues before I paused it a few months ago.

Today I'm excited to resume this series with a few improvements and embellishments, but rather than give you cheap talk about grand plans—let's just see what I can do.

In this issue, you'll learn about:

  • How to find frontiers
  • Mónica Belevan's theory of Covidian Aesthetics
  • How to listen to podcasts
  • A light for the most midnightly men, according to Nietzsche
  • How microdosing works
  • News and events coming up (Based Mansion, Austin!)

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