[NetBehaviour] the lost Lost text

james morris james at jwm-art.net
Wed Apr 29 13:05:46 CEST 2009


i've lost the sensation that my physical body being is alien to me, and
lost the paranoia about the effects of thought upon others in the
physical world.

lost all faith in government, in all politicians and in the economy, and
in business... lost hope that any of these things can ever make use of
me as me, instead of me as a resource, me as an organic machine, me
restricted and limited and constrained.



On 29/4/2009, "Alan Sondheim" <sondheim at panix.com> wrote:

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>the lost Lost text
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>The main text from the Lost Project created for the trAce online writing
>community; visitors to the site were asked to enter their email address and
>then describe something they lost. On "playback" the list of email addresses
>was separated from the list of the lost; in other words, the tether was broken.
>The text of what was lost is a form of literature itself; it had disappeared in
>my files until now. What was lost is now found, what is found can never be
>recuperated. I think the Lost Project is still located at the trAce archives;
>trAce ended as a community headed by Sue Thomas, a few years ago. The project
>was created around 1999-2000, when I was trAce's second virtual
>writer-in-residence. Please check out the text; it's oddly beautiful, the
>result of so many minds.
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>http://www.alansondheim.org/lost.txt
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>The trAce Lost Project and others
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>http://tracearchive.ntu.ac.uk/writers/sondheim/index.htm
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>I want to thank again everyone who made this possible at the time.
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