About this site:
This site is to serve as a publicly accessible notebook for my thoughts, opinions and other content I find interesting enough to share.
It also serves as a sort of eclectic portfolio.
About the name:
I think it’s a catchy alliteration.
We’re all acolytes of the anthropocene — ceremonial servants to the modern rituals of human civilization.
“And with them, or after them, may there not come that even bolder adventurer — the first geolinguist, who, ignoring the delicate, transient lyrics of the lichen, will read beneath it the still less communicative, still more passive, wholly atemporal, cold, volcanic poetry of the rocks: each one a word spoken, how long ago, by the earth itself, in the immense solitude, the immenser community, of space.”
Ursula Le Guin, from “The Author of the Acacia Seeds”