Monthly Archives: February 2010

Turned Upside Down

So an august public intellectual publishes what is supposed to be an important, even ground-shaking book, and, then, as it turns out for lack of a certain kind of proof-reader, their shattering project turns out to. rather, represent the lowest … Continue reading

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Catastrophic Image

The Shadow that the Future Throws Text based on a conversation between Nathan Gardels and Ivan Illich in 1989 Now, nearly two decades [after 1969] later, a woeful sense of imbalance has dawned on the common sense. The destruction of … Continue reading

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What’s the Matter With Texas

Poll reveals Texans believe dinosaurs, humans coexisted By Collin Eaton Daily Texan Staff Published: Thursday, February 25, 2010 Nearly a third of registered voters in Texas believe humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time, according to a statewide survey conducted … Continue reading

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The 10% Problem

The Pareto Principle, commonly known as the 80-20 rule, first figured into my own thinking several years before someone hipped me to the origins of a conception I was using. In truth, I had developed its bastard child, also a … Continue reading

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Jump in’

Obviously #64 of 64 Ways to Beat the Blues, a book of cartoons by Yolanda Nave. (Amazon) Had the pleasure of participating in a Hunting & Gathering session with a very close friend, and veteran of squareONE learning‘s experiential tool … Continue reading

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Weakshot – Caramel

Weakshot Caramel Both these abstract montages use some screen snaps from my Dreamlines experiment, and other materials that include an old photo of me and a bud from a long time ago, used in Weak Shot. Weakshot also uses some … Continue reading

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Kalinda CIS

Archie Pajabi, in character as Kalinda, on The Good Wife The Good Wife is my favorite new tv show of the several candidates for my favor. It’s a variation on the legal procedural, yet it splits time between the legal … Continue reading

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Mechanical Kitsch, or some new frontier?

The Talk Untitled Texture Moi These are screen captures from Leonardo Solaas‘s Dreamlines. Dreamlines is an art generator that uses search terms entered by the user. Over at nogutsnoglory studios I have melded a 20 minute ‘generation’ with an outtake … Continue reading

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Is Bubba Really Gone?

I’ve been feeling my way around vampires because the Jung-Fire group has also been doing so. Whilst descriptions of vampires varied widely, certain traits now accepted as universal were created by the film industry. Where did vampires originate? Well, nearly … Continue reading

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Wonderland

Just in case, you were wondering… Tea Party Mission: Fiscal Responsibility: Fiscal Responsibility by government honors and respects the freedom of the individual to spend the money that is the fruit of their own labor. A constitutionally limited government, designed … Continue reading

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