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“I missed the brouhaha over the Visconti movie, so I came to Britten with a more virgin mindspace (and yes, I think it's his best opera, too), but I wonder if the previous fame of the novella had in a sense inoculated Britten's audience — the Visconti movie could still be seen as just another interpretation (albeit a powerful one) and the real comparative experience was with reading the original.”
“In historical reality, the 108th floor was occupied by corporate offices; but the mindspace is a consensual fiction, and it is Manni's conceit to live at this pivotal point.”
“Yes, as long as we are awake and not unconscious, we can keep moving into our inner mindspace, which is filled with nothing but a vast empty silence.”
“After Elvis, the commercial culture of rock and roll simply occupied the mindspace that totalitarians need, and it out-competed them.”
“Great Morrison interview, as always, though he does hit again on some topics he's harped on in past interviews (the paper people, the holographic mindspace, annoyance with Hollywood comics).”
“In other words, it is saving us time and mindspace.”
“The American government, though, has consistently viewed divided Korea, if at all, through the lens of whatever ideological struggle happens to be occupying American mindspace at the time, be it the Cold War or the War of Terrorism.”
“They think and live in a different mindspace than "mundanes" and there is a communications gap and giant gaps in other areas as to goals, values, interests, approaches to the universe, assumptions....”
“Images and sensations exploded into his mindspace.”
“It is exploring mindspace, Second Mind thought, deeply shrouded, held away from nonsequitur.”
Looking for tweets for mindspace.