is a java applet written by Paulsen based on Goldsmith's Fidget text, a transcription of recordings Goldsmith made in which he spoke every body movement he made for thirteen hours on June 16, 1997 (Bloomsday).
Fidget attempts to reduce the body to a catalogue of mechanical movements by a strict act of observation. Goldsmith aims to be objective like the photographer Edward Muybridge. In Fidget, Goldsmith reduces language to its basic elements in order to record and understand movement in its basic form.
It's absolutely fascinating. Follow along: masturbation, drinking, other regular body movements. But described carefully and in order.
You'd at least get stones thrown at you if you stood on a box in the middle of a busy town with a loudspeaker just reading it aloud.