Monthly Archives: March 2011

Research Post Toasties

Invaluable: Research Blogging Portal. Researcgblogging.org aggregates blogs and their posts produced by academics. Where else could you easily find, Why Justin Timberlake Should Avoid Transitive Verbs. I track a lot of subjects which interest me. This effort is subject to … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Again and Again

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Liberty As Figment

ARK; S.Calhoun 2011 To begin depriving death of its greatest advantage over us, let us adopt a way clean contrary to that common one; let us deprive death of its strangeness, let us frequent it, let us get used to … Continue reading

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Reality Has a Grander Magic of its Own

Interview with Scientist Richard Dawkins ‘Religion? Reality Has a Grander Magic of its Own’ SPIEGEL ONLINE: The American geneticist Dean Hamer postulated the God Gene hypothesis, proposing that humans are genetically hardwired for religious faith. Dawkins: I’d prefer to say … Continue reading

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Joanne Kyger – Credit Where Credit Is Due

Joanne Kyger lecture on the poet as historical investigator. (July 16, 1986) (Archive.org) “Earlier” Into the party, with engraved invitations, I am bored when I realize the champagne in the decrepit bowl is going to get filled up a lot. … Continue reading

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When Horrible Is Charitable

The cartoonish mascots or characters or whatever, waddling across the court at Quicken Loans Arena was the most amusing moment on Sunday, on Kid’s Day, as the Cleveland Cavaliers were humiliated by the Oklahoma City Thunder. The game was not … Continue reading

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Kinetic Sculpture

Really intriguing creativity to be found at youtube, searching on kinetic sculpture.

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Larchmere

click on image for larger version, and be patient; 3mb Bought a new camera, a nifty Canon S95, and shot some quick pics from the window in the main room of the office. As you can see, it has a … Continue reading

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Muso Survives Another Year, Well

The Chorus of PS22 (Fifth grade; Graniteville, Staten Island, NY) went viral last year. Fortunately, their charming cover of Ariel Pink’s Round and Round is a natural link through to my wrap of of my favored music from last year, … Continue reading

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Wash

From a photograph; digital mix.

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