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December 28, 2004

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Timothy Quigley

Thanks for the links to your previous posts on the Newman book, Miguel, and to asymptote -- the blog subject to another mode of temporality. Interesting, isn't it, that blogging, which is often driven by the impulse to "get it out there" as quickly as possible, as Sarah Hromack points out, also enables archiving, the quintessential historical space.

I want to finish Challenging Art (I'm approaching the denoument) before I read your responses from last summer. I'm looking forward to the luxury of delving into the archive. More later...

Miguel Sánchez

I'm looking forward to the luxury of delving into the archive.

Yes, well, just don't expect too much - I only claimed to be first, you know, not good or anything like that.

Dan

Over here, Quigley has promised "a series of posts" on "the topic of critical crisis and where we might go from here." Looking forward to that.

(Of course, I should point out that I was bemoaning the good professor's lack of posting back on the 1st.)

Miguel Sánchez

(Of course, I should point out that I was bemoaning the good professor's lack of posting back on the 1st.)

Damn!

Sarah Hromack

Miguel:

I agree that we should just get to it--I'm simply calling for quality over speed. Quigley doesn't post much, but he puts a little elbow grease into what he does write.

So, onward, into 2005

-S.

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