GHOST FOREST

Walking through Trafalgar Square last night I took a photo of a crews installing a  More.

WHERE IN THE WORLD / SCATTERBRAIN

If the future dialectic is the real/digital (I’ve heard your comments, just run with it  More.

FISTFUL OF LINKS

The crisis in California via This isn’t happiness I missed our little tête-à-tête last week,  More.

TOYO ITO TALKS IT OVER

When I got home to Battersea the fog had completely permeated the suburb, leaving nothing  More.

SHETLANDS AND URCHINS

Battersea Mill – unique for having no windmill, but wooden shutters that opened to turn  More.

NATURE VERSUS TECHNOLOGY

A natural landscape. See also: 14, by David Bickerstaff. Technology, as I wrote yesterday, means  More.

DIGITAL DIALECTIC

It was eerily silent at Oxford Circus last night. It had been on Sunday night  More.

FISTFUL OF LINKS

Relics of the Cold War, photography by Martin Roemers. A nice cup of tea and  More.

WüRSA

Last year I went to the Palais de Tokyo to see an exhibit. This is  More.

BALLARD AND THE NEAR FUTURE

The giant shining face of Jim Ballard stared out at us, like some deity critically  More.

WE

Church near Ferrybridge (scroll down) via John Davies.In Zamyatin’s 1920 novel We everything is made  More.

THE WAKE OF THE WEALTH OF NATIONS

After Adam Smith by Shannon C. Stimson and Murray Milgate (of Palgrave’s fame) is a  More.

FISTFUL OF LINKS

The 1900 Paris World Expo, via the FlickrCommons. The locus of links that leads straight  More.

FULLY SICK

Image: my project for a remotely located research station, UNSW, 2007 – pdf here. As  More.

MOONWARDS

Battleground, via NasaI’m out Sunday, so I’m bringing you tomorrow’s post today (which is more  More.

PROPHETIC VISIONS

“When Burt Smallways” reads the blurb to Wells‘ 1907 classic ” is accidentally whisked off  More.

SIR KEN ADAM

Sketch for Submarine Lair in the classic Bond ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’. On Tuesday  More.

THAMES AND TYBURN

The lost rivers of London, via Strange Maps. London has only very recently emerged from  More.

FISTFUL OF LINKS

Ballard’s Drowned World as bankers’ swimming pool, via Transatlantis. Slicing it up and dishing it  More.

INTER SEVEN

To prevent Millennium People from being press-ganged into becoming a mouthpiece for my AA work  More.

A NEW LONDON TOPOGRAPHY

A quick collage I did to suggest a future London topography: Buckingham Palace finds itself  More.

HUMAN GEOLOGY

An everyday scene of a city during the apocalypse: London during the Blitz, via. I  More.

FISTFUL OF LINKS

Image via. The loose links in the ghetto gold that keeps us real: some news.  More.

BLDGBLOG MENTIONS

I just noticed I’ve been put in the right-hand column over at bldgblog. Mysteriously under  More.

THE DATA CITY + JULES VERNE

Stark images of LA by David Maisel. “The modern city is the data city. Architectural  More.

POST: APOCALYPTIC FUTURES

‘Mike’, 1952, via zvis. I was recently interviewed for a “cult”, and, to my surprise  More.

FISTFUL OF LINKS

Facebook: the massively multiplayer online role-playing game via Canabula, via Swiss-miss, via Some Grey Bloke.  More.

THE SEER OF SHEPERTON

Original cover for the serialised novella, now known as The Drowned World. 1962. BALLARDIAN: (adj)  More.

BACK TO BASICS

The retrospective epochal terminator, an MP orginal (more or less). Millennium People. It is as  More.

INCH BY INCH I GROW

David Shrigley’s witticism is not strictly applicable; you may have tasks of your own that  More.

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