Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Take a Stand against the Chair

Finally I get to be Shelley, who always stood to write.


Benjamin J Robertson said...

Neat. Do you have a link to that doohickey? I wouldn't mind one myself.

Bill Benzon said...


Others, of course, have opted to stand at their desk. Donald Rumfeld for example.

Me, I don't see it. But if I could have a computer cantilevered over the bathtub . . .

There is, of course, is simple and profound issue here: the relationship between physical posture and thinking.

Beyond that, I have nothing to say.

cgerrish said...

Brings to mind Peter Tosh's great anti-chair anthem > Get up, Stand up > Acoustic Version