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Soul In Buffalo November 18, 19, 20

A three-day free conference will celebrate and explore Charles Olson’s legacy and extension through A Curriculum of the Soul, a series of poetic essays published as fascicles by Albert Glover and John C. (Jack) Clarke. Riffs, Research and Resistance With … Continue reading

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Future Directions

Future Directions & a Linkroll Bloodbath The squareONE web site, of which the Explorations is a kind of adjunct publication, is to be redesigned around WordPress in early 2010. (Actually I’m right now reconfiguring the layout to incorporate various WP … Continue reading

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WHY ARE WE HAPPENING TOGETHER RIGHT NOW?r

Sitting at the local coffee shop, waiting for a business partner to arrive so that we could discuss a project, I decided to kill time by opening my laptop to check my email. In my email was a post from … Continue reading

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YEAR OF THE OX

In two weeks the Chinese calendar will flip to The Year of the Ox. What a fine archetype–of sorts–for our world of trouble, a world where carrying the burden and ox-like tenacity might realize ‘heavy duty’ changes. The ox in … Continue reading

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RHYTHM RIVER PROMO

The Rhythm River pages are up at squareONE. I made a quickee montage to promote this latest tool; albeit the development unfolded over twenty years. [flashvideo filename=http://squareone-learning.com/video/RhythmRiver2.flv /] Music is Kayyam, from my 2002 recording In Khorasan. It can be … Continue reading

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PLAY OF OPPOSITES-DEMO

The first beta test of videographing a squareONE tool process. I recorded demonstrations of Grab Bag and Play of Opposites. Thanks to my brother and his camera. (I’ve got my eye on a Canon HV20 to be purchased after the … Continue reading

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GRAB BAG

My brother and his family came to visit and I finally remembered to ask him to bring his camcorder. He did so and we were able to ‘beta test’ my concept for documenting demonstrations of squareONE experiential learning tools. He … Continue reading

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PLAYING IN THE LIBRARY

from The Shifted Librarian. Hot Books is a game designed to bring life back into libraries by forcing players to explore, discover and share the deserted and unexplored spaces that make up a library. See also: Jane McGonigal’s Avant-Game Hot … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Company Time

Teaching Cartoons is a concept for a workshop. It’s easy to describe. Participants learn how teaching stories used in spiritual traditions, such as Sufism and Buddhism, may be translated into cartoon form. Then, after being appraised of some of the … Continue reading

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