Notes on Textual Capital
The future of words in a sub-verbal word
You could call me a textual capitalist, a creator and accumulator of publicly traded words (some more traded than others), which enter the public sphere largely divorced from the private contexts within which I manufacture them, persist for a while, and then depreciate and die. This is an interesting thing to be in a world where planned-obsolescence wor…
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