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  1. Since the only “creative” activity I’m about these days is haiku-making, I found this very alienating. Not a criticism. I enjoyed it. Went to the artist’s playlist page and saw more. Creates a cognitive mess-up I’ll call the “sublimity effect.” Rhythmic disorientations with media technology can lead you experience it. Tempted to be envious of such an immersion in a particular world of bells and whistles which allows for that kind of perceptual play.

    Especially since I’m doing haiku, easy to feel like everything is leaving me behind. I don’t get to play with the cool kids.

    Good for recapturing that trippy mindset too, I imagine.

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