Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Marmaray Link

Wikipedia reports: Construction started in 2004, with an initial target opening date of April 2009.[1] After multiple delays due to historical finds, the first phase of the projected opened on October 29, 2013. The name Marmaray comes from combining the … Continue reading

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It’s always a people problem

Gerald M. Weinberg – poly-math with a focus on: systems theory, project management, software development, management consulting, creative writing, and humanism. The Second Law of Consulting: No matter how it looks at first, it’s always a people problem Marvin’s Corollary: … Continue reading

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Kentucky Drops Out of the Race

picked up via DeadState (from June 25, 2013) Kentucky’s ‘Creation Museum’ in Financial Trouble Due to Declining Attendance from Slate After walking us through the opening verses of Genesis, [Ken] Ham proclaims that “we can say 100%, absolutely for sure, … Continue reading

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Buddha In the Garden

2013 S. Calhoun – Buddha In the Garden – photograph + manipulation + FX I’ve been working on symmetry visual experiments. These experiments generate lots of initial intrigue that morph into throw-aways. However, sometimes the experiment captures lightning in a … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: The Wrong Question (repost)

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Epic Contest

The Free Play Softball season continues apace. In previous posts I have been ‘complexifying’ thoughts about the meta-game and its management. Having abandoned one approach (cum experiment) three weeks ago, and with the help of veteran Francis, this week we … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Done Deal (repost)

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Whence It Flows

“The ability to play is one of the principal criteria of mental health.” Ashley Montagu Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting: The Soul that rises with us, our life’s Star, Hath had elsewhere its setting, And cometh … Continue reading

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Don’t Bow to Everybody

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Teaching Cartoon: Discernment

h/t The New Yorker from Funny Times Presents the Best American Humor (pbk)

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Two Mast’r Transformer

Remember the two master model I placed in the garden? It evoked another work flow example. From this photo, taken at dusk, to this manipulation and example of symmetry series. The Queen of the Garden – 2013 – S. Calhoun … Continue reading

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