Church of Fools

Steph’s post on papal intrigue made me think (in a rhizomic way, of course) about this site, a virtual church. This seems to highlight the porous relationships among the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional, and between humans and digital creations, especially as traditional physical religious spaces are meant to point (in some way) to something non-tangible…

On another tangent, this is linked to the Ship of Fools site, which perhaps suggests the pastoral idea of the church as community more than a pixeled nave…although perhaps loses something in the architecture of a discussion board?

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This Article Generating Thousands Of Dollars In Ad Revenue Simply By Mentioning New iPad

This seemed appropriate for a discussion of where a person ends and technology begins–fits quite well with Pickering’s temporal emergence. And it adds a new dimension to speech act theory :)

Also, if it had been real, what would my reposting do…?