[NetBehaviour] The Archive: The New Memory Rescue 1:

Patrick Lichty pl at voyd.com
Fri Mar 3 17:55:29 CET 2017

Hi, Alan.

It's a really strange method - I've been putting my poorly edited 
interview audio through Dragon Dictate for the first few chapters, then 
I started experimenting with Podcasts like Jeremy Bailey's, but that 
worked too well. So I started REVERSING them, and it still worked. So I 
tried Radiolab and 99 Percent Invisible.  Those worked, too, even 
backwards - the software tries to make a sensible bit of grammar.

THEN I tried the Trump Press conference - forward it worked too well - 
pathetic. So I reversed it, and I got narratives about spies and Yellow 
Snow. You'll see - I'll probably have this in David Guillo's hands for 
layout in a couple weeks for his Abstract Editions series.

On 3/3/17 7:00 PM, Alan Sondheim wrote:
> Like this and wonder how it was written? And unfortunately, we're 
> having midnight; last night dreamed we were in a warzone, our cat (in 
> the real world, deceased) was getting shot at for target practice...
> On Fri, 3 Mar 2017, Patrick Lichty wrote:
>> The only little things I realize satisfied me were just unconscious
>> gestures. When they do, does it have, have a does have full internal
>> construction. Yes, it?s that I that I want to keep things within certain
>> parameters noted. There geometries are there for other reasons to 
>> make best
>> what it looked like the Senate. These are there student and Islamist
>> possibilities of 14. If you are available to where you want to go
>> consistently, sculpture special ones and emotional needs, and yet the
>> interesting thing is that I said to you, you know, this this this is the
>> really interesting conceptual conceptual material discourse of forceful
>> translation sizing two people?s works. It would sure be nice to be 
>> having
>> midnight, I mean stamping, but I know what I am addressing itself. 
>> Written
>> in the 60s 70s, and in that I'm universally sunny, throwing three or 
>> four
>> generations that overlap each other for that contest the right. The 
>> inflow
>> of fluxes of minimalism that God individualizes, like GE chicken 
>> maxi, is a
>> fantastic thing. The thing about insulin is that it is instructively 
>> slow,
>> so I stopped the statue's exit strategy.
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