1. Exquisite Tweets from @kellan

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    "We didn't want to just cry into our Shiner Bock about writing the Great Regional Texas Novel"

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    "they have their own open air Goth markets"

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    "narco-industrial complex, same revolving door as the military-industrial complex"

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    "You should have been president and we should have been Facebook" - @bruces channeling Twitter to Al Gore

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    Third name check of @Kickstarter in Ballroom D today

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    "you could have set off a bomb in the New Aesthetic panel and lowered the world hip quotient by 4%"

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    "there is something epistemological going on, the startup tshirt and blue jean is what your uncle wears now"

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    "it's the James Bridle problem -- when you come back next year I want you wearing New Aesthetic clothing"

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    "you would own the visual universe -- new infographic glitchcore clothing"

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    "Old people in big dirty cities afraid of the sky" - @bruces

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    "selling privacy is the stack business model -- privacy is a bad word for it, DNA would be a better word for it."

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    "the Internet had users, the stacks have livestock"

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    "a free people would not be dependent on these Napoleonic mogul figures: Gates, Larry, Sergei, Zuck, Bezos ... Jobs."

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    "when Franzen tells you Twitter is destroying literature listen to him"

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    "if you think it was easy to destroy literature, a 400yr old tradition, what do you think the fate of your work is?"

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    "it's all too poignant a spectacle to bear."

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    "information would really like to be archived"

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    kellan

    Ever seen a feeding frenzy stampede for books?

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    Watching people photograph the book seeking mobs with their fondle slabs

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    kellan

    the number of people with a copy of "The Difference Engine" just increased significantly

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