boojummy

I believe i can fly?
It’s not about how hard you can dance, but how high you can jump once you let your feet leave the ground
I Believe I can fly by Giampaolo Macorig

boojummy (imagination into action) contextual productions is an on and off again purpose-driven media project by poet of the possible, non-partisan artivist, “failed” business artivist (circa 2007), Raphie Frank. The name “boojummy” is derived from the epic poem by Lewis Carroll, “The Hunting of the Snark.” The boojum, perhaps representing transcendence, is the most dangerous kind of snark. If you find one, or so they say, you disappear forever.

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ALL ALONE IS ALL WE WILL ONE DAY ONCE HAVE BEEN: A GENERATION X RESPONSE TO THOMASFRIEDMAN’S “GENERATION Q” — 12/12/2007

LETTER TO A FRIEND RE: SCIENTIFIC CENSORSHIP AT THE CORNELL ARXIV ARCHIVES — 11/21/2007

INTRODUCING SOCIAL COGENERATION (& COGNITIVE PHYSICS) — 10/27/2007

THE WEAVE & THE DARN — 5/9/2007

PRESSURE IS AGGRESSION TO THE MONKEY IN THE MAN 4/6/2007

UNLOCKED BONDAGE — 9/5/2006

WHAT THE HELL IS BOOJUMMY? 6/4/2006