I feel awful today (insomnia last night), and must go and teach some Charles Bernstein essays to some graduate students in 15 minutes. I can't predict their reactions with any accuracy. Will Bernstein provoke loquaciousness or silence in them? The first rule of teaching graduate courses is that the more the students talk, the less you the instructor have to talk. I don't even know if I am articulate today or not. The concept of "frame lock."