Monthly Archives: December 2014

New squareONE Tool: Cube-O-Probe

    [Above: random Cube-O-Probe “roll” nailed to the Heaven & Hell Mandala. In this form for interpretation, the Heavenly opportunities are betwixt the cubes in the upper right quadrant, and the Hellish obstacles are between the cubes in the … Continue reading

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Heironymus Bosch remixes

My series of experiments visually remixing Peter Brueghel the Elder by using symmetry manipulations led me to my next subject, Hieronymus Bosch. Here are several keepers Very little is known about Bosch, which somehow seems fitting since his work is … Continue reading

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Game Memory

All of the assets in the game are made in Blender using free models from 3D Warehouse. The game itself was made in Unity, and runs on a server in The Netherlands. Up to four players can be on the … Continue reading

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Realism Unwired

Ralph Stacey Complexity and Creativity in Organizations – Amazon bonus: Bill McKelvey, Transcendental Foresight: Using Complexity Science to Foster Distributed Seeing (pdf)

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Patricia Shaw On Conversation

Patricia Shaw has worked as an organisational coach and consultant for 20 years, helping both public and private sector executives rethink their approach to leadership. She tends to discourage reliance on the abstractions of 2 by 2 matrices, idealised schemas … Continue reading

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Dr. Danièle Moyal-Sharrock (Hertfordshire) on: “Wittgenstein’s Razor”

Dr. Danièle Moyal-Sharrock (Hertfordshire) on: “Wittgenstein’s Razor” (pdf) 5th Annual Conference of the British Wittgenstein Society (BWS) Wittgenstein, Enactivism & Animal Minds University of Hertfordshire, 7-8 July 2012 Here’s some help from Dr. Moyal Sharrock‘s entry Knowledge and Certainty, 2015 … Continue reading

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Process & Humanness

I. A precarious process is such that, whatever the complex configuration of enabling conditions, if the dependencies on the operationally closed network are removed, the process necessarily stops. In other words, it is not possible for a precarious process in … Continue reading

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You Don’t Have to Be Einstein

One of my favorite cartoons of all–a hall of famer.

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Bird Land

I recall that it was Mary Louise Von Franz who stated that those who come to be ordinated by the puer-aeternus complex, often are fascinated by airplane, aviation, flight. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, author of The Little Prince and Night Flight, … Continue reading

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Deep Ecology Foundation

The Deep Ecology Platform 1. The well-being and flourishing of human and nonhuman life on Earth have value in themselves (synonyms: inherent worth, intrinsic value, inherent value). These values are independent of the usefulness of the nonhuman world for human … Continue reading

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Low Tech

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