Monthly Archives: August 2010

May your gold perish with you

Glenn Beck has something major to do with another ambitious and tilted web portal, The Blaze*. Here’s a capture of today’s page. The ridiculous headline tops a truly funny/nutty video about some members, evidently, of the ‘professoriat.’ I’m okay with … Continue reading

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Fossils of Fuel

Ghosts in the Hollow from Jim Lo Scalzo on Vimeo. Now my friends, I am opposed to the system of society in which we live today, not because I lack the natural equipment to do for myself but because I … Continue reading

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Ouch, On a Cosmic Scale

CLOSENESS click for lightbox enlargement S. Calhoun, 2010 ARK, (chosen, appropriated frames: using Dreamlines; hat tip to Leonardo Solaas) How the Universe Works – Discovery Channel (many episodes available for the time being from the youtube channel documentarystreams) I was … Continue reading

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Accounting for Antipathy

“I think that is the ultimate insensitivity, anyone looking at that with any common sense would say, ‘What in the world would we be doing, you know, fostering some type of system that allows this to happen.’ Everybody knows America’s … Continue reading

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Rolling In

The Free Play Softball League gang. I took this picture right after our game last Sunday. It turned out to be a beautiful day, a well-played and close game. We obtained the modest goals of our 24 year-old tradition. If … Continue reading

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Young and Infinite

A long, long time ago, in a distant universe… Sometime around about 200,000 it “all” drops away. The current recorded evidence for the powers of creative artifice–that of homo sapiens sapiens–shows the story of adaptation and innovation to reflect a … Continue reading

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Teaching Photo

As a longtime collector of teaching stories, especially in the form of teaching cartoons, I always have an ear and eye for materials which deliver the teachable moment in super condensed form. I have a few pictures in the collection, … Continue reading

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Palinyuga

The following clip contains a lot of material, if you are fascinated by the conjunction of personality and communication. Here’s the transcript. Palin: like how? What’s up? Kathleen: You swore on your precious Bible that you would uphold the interests … Continue reading

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Animus and Anima

click for large version Anima and Animus (S.Calhoun, 2010) More ARK, albeit two frames here are layered and treated via software. (chosen, appropriated frames: using Dreamlines; hat tip to Leonardo Solaas) This ARK art came together while I was revisiting … Continue reading

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