Month: April 2000

CLASSICALLY DIVINE

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This week really went quick. There is but one went left of classes and two weeks left to the academic year. I have one final exam to take and that’s all I have left of this year. It went very, very fast. I don’t know what’s happening but my musical tastes have been really doing something interesting. For the past two or three weeks I’ve been listening almost exclusively to classical music. I mean, I’ve […]

EASTER WEAKENED

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So anyway. I started reading POPism: The Warhol Sixties today. It was written by Andy Warhol and Pat Hackett. Really, it’s as gossipy as the Warhol Diaries, but unlike the diaries, which Pat Hackett started recording in the ‘70s, POPism is a portrait of an artist on the rise. More specifically POPism begins with Warhol’s shift from being a commercial artist to being just an artist. He discusses briefly the disdain that 'fine’ artists hold […]

TECHNOCULTURE

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I’m beginning a marketing campaign for fish soon & I’m looking for people to help. This will involve spreading stickers around, handing fliers to people, placing classified ads in local papers, radio interviews, print interviews, and all other manner of propaganda. There are two stated goals to the campaign – 1) let people know about the existence of danielstout.com and 2) increase the number of submissions to fish – both the zine and the e-zine. […]