From Alexei Shulgin’s Desktop Is, 1998.

desktop is the main element of a human - machine interface desktop is your window to the digital world desktop is your first step into virtual reality desktop is a reflection of your individuality desktop is your everyday visual environment desktop is an extension of your organs desktop is the face of your computer desktop is your everyday torture and joy desktop is your own little masterpiece desktop is your castle desktop is a seducer desktop is a reliever desktop is your enemy desktop is your friend desktop is a psychoanalyst desktop is your little helper desktop is your link to other people desktop is a device for meditation desktop is the membrane that mediates transactions between client and server desktop is a substitute for so many other things desktop is a question desktop is the answer 
DESKTOP IS  The First International Online Desktop Exhibitionhttp://www.easylife.org/desktop October 20 1997 - April 20 1998 Thanks to all participants! Alexei Shulgin

See also Desktop Views. Via Ben Fino-Radin’s interview for LOC’s the Signal blog.

From Alexei Shulgin’s Desktop Is, 1998.

desktop is the main element of a human - machine interface
desktop is your window to the digital world
desktop is your first step into virtual reality
desktop is a reflection of your individuality
desktop is your everyday visual environment
desktop is an extension of your organs
desktop is the face of your computer
desktop is your everyday torture and joy
desktop is your own little masterpiece
desktop is your castle
desktop is a seducer
desktop is a reliever
desktop is your enemy
desktop is your friend
desktop is a psychoanalyst
desktop is your little helper
desktop is your link to other people
desktop is a device for meditation
desktop is the membrane that mediates transactions between client and server
desktop is a substitute for so many other things

desktop is a question
desktop is the answer


DESKTOP IS
The First International Online Desktop Exhibition

http://www.easylife.org/desktop

October 20 1997 - April 20 1998
Thanks to all participants!

Alexei Shulgin

See also Desktop Views. Via Ben Fino-Radin’s interview for LOC’s the Signal blog.