Colonizing the (pre-cognitive) Quotidian

Colonizing the (pre-cognitive) Quotidian
As I was writing a paragraph on what David Berry calls the ‘pre-thought’ or the ‘pre-cognitive’ and how it relates to my own ideas on the casual, I needed to cite his most recent book on critical theory (As customary and proper in academic work). I am a big fan of Zotero and use it ...

UK impressions

UK impressions
Last month I took my longest to date trip to the UK, discarding the family vacation we had in London around 2002. Staying couple of days in Manchester and proceeding through London to Coventry and the University of Warwick, the thing that amazed me the most was the diversity of the English countryside. I’m sure ...

How I gamified dish-washing without knowing. 1

How I gamified dish-washing without knowing.
Dishes. Soap. Water. They go together like a misplaced metaphor next to poor self-expression capabilities. And yet there always was something in the process of dish-washing that I always liked, alongside generally disliking the process of putting clean dishes back to their designated cupboard place. And today, while doing the dishes, a realization finally struck ...

New year, New blog

I bought the domain about a month ago and been fiddling with the wordpress layouts ever since. I’m still not 100% happy with how it looks and feels, but I figured it’s better to start writing and worry about the design later. Since I’m going to spend the next four years or so writing a ...