Message From Mgmt – Not Even Our Final Form October 2017

"This isn't even my final form" by Maximilian Lundberg
“This isn’t even my final form” by Maximilian Lundberg

Hey-o, Dr. Menlo here. Recently (this past July) the servers at Ubikhead Industries experienced a bit of an unexpected meltdown, I am afraid, and we have been quietly putting things back together ever since. So if your permalink is not here, it wasn’t on purpose. Or if some pic isn’t there. Our slaver future monkey bots are busy piecing things back together from several sources. (“Keep it down, monkeys! I know an endless supply of bananas to work on our tiresome, repetitive web ops is soooo exciting, but come on, can we make the chatter just a little flatter? I am trying to listen to some KEXP over here! La da da. Da da da . . . “)
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dear readers

To people that are new to any of my sites, I want to offer my former contributions to Andrei Codrescu’s Exquisite Corpse. They moved all the links around recently so none of my previous links work so I had to root around in the archives for these. The Corpse is the first time I appeared on the web as Dr. Menlo. Next came my domain, drmenlo.com, and Sensual Liberation Army was started on that domain as an exercise in guerrilla art/progressive activism (goal being to reroute huge adult internet traffic to good causes).

When I sent Andrei Codrescu Thomas Jefferson Goes to Washington, it was simply out of the egotistical notion that he might like it. When I got an acceptance letter from him I was thrilled and shocked. Honestly, I hadn’t even heard of the Corpse until then.

Thomas Jefferson Goes to Washington, featured in CyberCorpse 2 (November/December 1999)

Postcards from Seattle, featured in CyberCorpse 3 (February/March 2000)

Copernicus Grape Loves Ivy, & Ivy Loves Copernicus Grape, featured in CyberCorpse 4 (April/May 2000)

The Marijuana Dream #Eggplant, also featured in CyberCorpse 4 (April/May 2000)

Manifesto in Hypertext, featured in CyberCorpse 5 & 6 (Summer/Fall 2000)

The Mayor of Windows: A Fable for the New Millennium, featured in CyberCorpse 8 (Spring 2001)

The Swordfighter of Today, featured in CyberCorpse 10 (Fall/Winter 2001/2002)

Andrei Codrescu’s patronage greatly inspired all of my resulting web work and for that I will always be in gratitude. Oh yea, after an extended absence, the Corpse is back.


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