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rants, raves, and writings by Dylan Kinnett

Apps For Writers with Version Control

The way I see it, there are two ways to add Version Control abilities to your writing workflow. One would be to use a word processor specifically built for the task. The other would be to use the word processor you already have, and to use a separate app to handle the version control features.

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Free Radicals - A History of Experimental Film (2010) (by REVOIRVIDEO) In this film essay, Chodorov examines the lives and work of such experimental luminaries as Hans Richter, Michael Snow, Peter Kubelka, Stan Brakhage and the godfather of the New American Cinema, Jonas Mekas.

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Craig Dworkin's _No Medium_

Reading the “Nothings that Are”: Craig Dworkin’s “No Medium” Infinity’s Kitchen contributor Michael Leong just published a review-essay of Craig Dworkin’s No Medium on Hyperallergic.

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Every Book Deserves a Great Cover

Recovering the Classics Recovering the Classics is a crowdsourced collection of original covers for great works in the public domain where anyone can contribute. Why? Sadly, many of the greatest classics in the public domain are left with poorly designed or auto-generated covers that fail to capture what makes these books exciting and inspiring to us.

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Ambient, Slowed-Down Theme for Windows 95

Here’s Brian Eno’s famous composition “Windows 95 Startup Sound” (yeah he wrote that), but it has been stretched way out. When you take his micro-music and stretch it out to two and a half minutes, it becomes suspiciously like the music we hear on his ambient albums - slow, ethereal, moody, beautiful in a very different way.

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An Evening of Innovative New Writing!

Infinity’s Kitchen magazine will host a release party in Brooklyn, New York at The Old American Can Factory. The party will celebrate the magazine’s sixth issue of experimental literature, on the evening of June 13, 2013.

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