A few quotes from the article:
In a no holds barred interview exclusive onDisinfo.com, Jason DeMarco, the “Creative” Director for Cartoon Network’s Adult Swimprovides a shocking revelation:
THEY’RE JUST A BUNCH OF BORING EXECUTIVES WITH A LOT OF HYPE AND NO INSPIRATION!!!
All of this speaks to a question asked by media pioneer Joseph Matheny when he was reflecting on what happens to transmedia…
Passing along FYI:
Originally posted on Incunabula: Ong’s Hat, Greylodge, Alterati Archive:
No, not like the Terminator, but something new and exciting for the future. We’re moving servers, uploading a lot of the old Greylodge material, crafting a new interface, new database search tools, all kinds of tech-craft to make finding what you want on our site archives so much easier. So,…
A professional version of The Incunabula Papers: Ong’s Hat and Other Gateways to New Dimensions is currently in production for Audible.com. It should be available sometime in September. Here’s a sample of my conversation with Nick Herbert, so you can get a sense of the quality.
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We’re Todd Fisher and Anna Young, and we’ve been in comic & toy retail for…
If one takes the Turnpike to exit four and follows Route 70 east, they will come to Route 72 at Four Mile Circle. Taking a hard left leads to a place known as Ong’s Hat, and a trail that some say leads to a mysterious portal to another dimension.
The New Jersey Pine Barrens have a plethora of deserted villages, most of them simply abandoned decades, even centuries ago. One of the most infamous…
Adam Walks Between Worlds (Adam Rostoker) 1959-1997
Up until a few months before his passing,
the “Official Bard” of CAW (The Church of All Worlds).
Original Greylodge Posting: http://greylodge.org/occultreview/glor_002/stranger.htm
“The Ballad of Rodger Young”
Whence Came the Stranger:
Tracking the Metapattern of Stranger in a Strange Land
By Adam Walks Between Worlds, ©1993
Story from the Asbury Park Press, a Jew Jersey newspaper on the legend(s) of Ong’s Hat.
“Two weeks ago there were these young kids, like 19 or 20, who came by asking about Ong’s Hat,” said bartender Jacky Colon. “I looked it up on my phone. It was this weird interdimensional thing. Hold on, I have to look it up, this is how I got all my information on Google.”
Very short synopsis…