An expansive statement of intent, broadly concerned with Libraries, Media, and Time (though not necessarily in that order)
Angie Keefer: AN OCTOPUS IN PLAN VIEW
I. The etymology of the word “octopus”
Octopus. Noun. A mollusk with eight sucker-bearing arms, a soft sac-like body, strong beak-like jaws, and no internal shell. A taxonomic genus within the family octopodidae. Origin: Greek, from OKTO-, meaning “eight,” plus -POUS, meaning “foot.” Plural: debatable.
Rob Giampietro, David Reinfurt: FROM 1 TO 0
0: May I speak now?
1: Of course. I didn’t mean to get carried away, but—
Dexter Sinister: A NOTE ON THE TIME
The time right now is 2011 Feb ...