Monthly Archives: June 2011

Freeplay Weird and Whacky

Freeplay holy men: Jedi master Matt, Francis and Elder Tom. I try really hard to make out balanced line ups, and have a system of going back and forth, plugging talent into essential roles, and trying to cover my posterior. … Continue reading

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Know Your Box

“Don’t be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson A tweet skidded by: outside the box is just another box. The challenge moving outside … Continue reading

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ARK: Five Figures

click for lightbox enlargement A series of ARK, but with some processing and manipulation

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One Reason

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Teaching Cartoon: Between Second and Third Order

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A Few More Dots

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Folk You Psychology

Philosopher Paul Churchland How to put this, ummm, lightly, and not glom too much of your time? I am challenged to do this. I need to defer from providing way too much context. This is hard because, although the subject … Continue reading

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ARK: Cylon Pop (variations)

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Moral Hazard and the Laughing Gangsters

Making sense of the financial meltdown. There is positive explanatory viewpoint and various idealized viewpoints. About this latter froth of blame-casting, I term such viewpoints normative-mythic.  The first viewpoint would be concerned with the actual mechanics of the meltdown. Opposite … Continue reading

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Fairy Dust

The story the “cut-now-and-grow” lobby wants to tell depends not on arithmetic, but on what Krugman calls the confidence fairy (she’s good) and the crowding-out troll (he’s bad). In a tight budget environment like today’s, politicians love the fairy because … Continue reading

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Jung – God Is Fate Its Self

Synchronicity takes the coincidence of events in space and time as meaning something more than mere chance, namely, a peculiar interdependence of objective events among themselves as well as with the subjective (psychic) states of the observer or observers. I … Continue reading

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