Monthly Archives: August 2011

Routed!

How about this? All summer long the unpredictable weather has conspired to make weekly turnout for our Sunday morning pick-up league–now in its 25th year–as unpredictable as the weather. This last Sunday, overcast, humid, with t-storms in the forecast, eighteen … Continue reading

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First Woman Standing

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Death To Me

Morbid Anatomy Teaser for The Midnight Archive, a New Web Video Series Based Around the Event/Gallery Space Observatory, Brooklyn

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GooglePlutz

(Purloined from The Joy of Tech) I refuse to watch the Google+ introductory video until that point far in the future I receive a usable invite. However, I’ve gleaned enough info to wonder if the G+ platform might be a … Continue reading

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The Spark of the Opposites II.

How to hold the tension of the opposites? Following from the everyday experience of conflict, or dissonance, or intense ambivalence, Carl Jung doesn’t treat experiential matters like this often. The basic reason is a little bit below the surface of … Continue reading

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The Spark of the Opposites I.

(First part of two; reworked from an response offered to Jung-Fire, an email discussion group mostly about Analytic Psychology and Carl Jung. These two parts are in response to the question, how do you hold the tension of the opposites?) … Continue reading

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On the Borders

I always marveled at the bricks and mortar book business, and could do so from inside a great American independent book store, The Vermont Book Shop in Middlebury, Vermont, (at which I steered its music department for almost ten years, … Continue reading

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