Finished The Naked Lunch. That was a fun read. Suprisingly so for also being incomprehensible. It's worth reading again in a couple years.

Next up is David Graeber's Debt: The First 5,000 Years. I suspect this tome will take me a while to get through.

the Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs.

I've seen Burroughs lying around at bookstores and libraries but for whatever reason he is one of the beats that I'm rather unfamiliar or no one has ever recommended to me.

Gingsberg, if I quote anything from Howl here it will get boosted to the moon. Everyone knows On the Road. But for whatver reason, people in my circles never reccomend Burroughs...

Time for a 2022 post

I am a very remote software engineer and when not dirtbagging around the American west, I'm living and working from a cabin in the white mountains of Arizona at an elevation of 8,200 ft. Yes, it snows here.

I am here for the community and chatting about whatever is going down on local.

Recently getting into , but I also post about what I'm (and would be glad to discuss anything that I'm reading), work venting, ocassional opinions on the state of . I keep a and like to share my writing from it. I'm interested in topics of , , , and panpsychism, but don't have much to say.

I get sucked into posting about way more than I like. I'm open to a wide range of viewpoints within reason, but know that my own position is rather far to the left and my views on property ownership fall very much into an camp.

Looking forward to meeting many of you in person at this year's HOPE.

Finished my last run through The Wind Up Bird Chronicles.

The Go Programming Language

I've tried to read this book three times now and always end up drifting off somewhere around the mid-point. I'm giving myself two weeks to just cram through it this time, comprehension be damned, and get to working on something in Go.

And next up for 2022 just arrived in the mail today: Domesticate Your Badgers by @mwlucas

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