Category: philosophy

  • The letter K in Nick Land’s work

    The letter K in Nick Land’s work

    I recently encountered an array of concepts designated by the K letter and this in just a few weeks of the interval. They all deal with mathematics or physics. Most come from my reading of Nick Land’s Fanged Noumena, but not only. Kuber When reading Land’s Fanged Noumena, you will encounter the letter K numerous…

  • Whats is E/ACC?

    Whats is E/ACC?

    What’s E/ACC (pronounced /ˈiːak/) ? At first it was a meme, distributed around Tweets, bios and Twitter spaces. Patient zero unknown. Newspapers started to talk about it, but only scratched the surface. This post is an attempt to reverse engineer E/ACC, to get its substance. Accelerationism First we need to define accelerationism. Accelerationism refers to…

  • Roman Empire Did Not Fall: It Became Software

    Roman Empire Did Not Fall: It Became Software

    Imagine that the Roman Empire did not fall but just became Software? If the hardware of the Empire has disappeared, its memic image has definitively survived. What if the choice of Christianism, by the very last Roman emperor Constantin, was a virus designed to upload the Empire into some sort of memetic entity? All the…

  • Nixon and the Second Coming

    Nixon and the Second Coming

    “You must be familiar with my favorite poem by Yeats, The Second Coming. Black Irish, very moving.” – Director of CIA in Nixon (Oliver Stone, 1995). The full scene can be found here: https://youtu.be/JWRVyaKnGcA?t=531  Rise of State Agencies During my last watch of Oliver Stone’s Nixon, I encountered a poem by Yeats, recited by Richard McGarrah…

  • Geo-engineering: The Tech to Cool the Earth

    Geo-engineering: The Tech to Cool the Earth

    “We absolutely must put an end to this crazy experiment of releasing billions of tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.” Elon Musk The reality of climate change This article looks at geoengineering, a technique critical to the future of humanity, through the eyes of Make Sunsets, one of the first start-ups daring to implement it.…

  • BABYLON A.D. II

    BABYLON A.D. II

    I restarted a book I left ten years ago. Satellite Sister by Maurice Dantec, the sequel to its Babylon Babies. The story has an amazing cyberpunk setting, taking place in 2030,  involving space race, global governance, UNollar, Richard Brandson. It’s the perfect Deus Ex bootleg. Unfortunately this book does not exist in English, but I…

  • Dungeon News, May 2023

    Dungeon News, May 2023

    Here are some cool things I am working on. Urbit I am back to a 100% Urbit after a few months of errance, due to the fact that I did not perform a factory reset when switching from Port to Urbit’s CLI. I am still very bullish on Urbit especially because France (my native country)…

  • Cars, engines of Eroticism

    Cars, engines of Eroticism

    I am riding my car, a bound gagged girl in a truck.I am a rider,a sex criminal.A cybernetic organism.Me, the duct tape, the car, and soon the girl will only make one.With the chromed tape, my victim is on her way to merge with the machine.I crossed the bridge between mind and matter. Outside the…

  • Midlife bear market

    Midlife bear market

    My career is dead, my bank account is close to zero each month, most of my time is drawn into parenting and I am going to hit forty next year. I am inhabited by frustration, by the feeling that my life is going nowhere. Words need to be dropped: I am having my midlife crisis.…

  • Cody Wilson, or Technology as Political mean

    Cody Wilson, or Technology as Political mean

    This article is translation of an article I originally wrote for Rage Magazine, Cody Wilson – la technologie comme moyen Politique. The year is 2012. A video promoting a project of 3D printable weapons was put online. In it, in a very Steve Jobs fashion, a guy named Cody Wilson launched the crowdfunding of the…