The pedestrian view

Lately I've been doing some (half-assed) research into the concept of psychogeography. At the moment I'm reading (in short snatches) Merlin Coverely's Psychogeography and Rebecca Solnit's Wanderlust: A History of Walking. Both have lots of great history about this somewhat amorphous subject, whose roots and contexts are heavy on the French, heavy on the urban …

Mile markers

Well, hey there 2011. Look at you, 2000s -- you're a tween now! Let's keep the raging hormones down to a dull roar, shall we? No Bieber Fever. Seriously. It's my first post of 2011, all the way here mid-February. I'm feeling rather grand in my slow-pokedness, thank you very much. Every day I come …