Tag Archives: web media

To Speak With Solomon

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…didn’t want the women’s vote anyway

Republicans, Get In My Vagina! from Kate Beckinsale Well, the GOP didn’t want many women’s votes. This hurt the GOP in swing states several months ago. It will be interesting to see how the longstanding triumvirate of abstinence/anti-abortion/subservience to hubby, … Continue reading

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Contemplation on Scale

Scale of the Universe Partition a half hour out of your striving and dig this…by far the most humbling experience the inter tubes have provided me.

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Close Encounter

Sperm Whale Encounter from Howard Hall on Vimeo. h/t Howard Hall

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Up Up and Kersplash

I resisted adding a ‘weird world’ tag, so I used ‘dada.’

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Tiny Story

Tiny Story from Sebas & Clim on Vimeo. Fastcodedesign

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Two Things Generative

The Disruptive Power of the Generative Internet by FORAtv

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Mitt And the Muddle

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy There’s so much I could blather on about the delicious presidential battle shaping up between old school neo-liberal plutocrats of the centerist left vs “personal responsibility” Ayn Randian … Continue reading

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art à l’état brut

Yippie, my nominee for the most consistently the most Batesonian tv show of all time returns Community March 15. Now, if you look at our conventional communication with one another, what you find is that we weave these logical types … Continue reading

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It’s a Simple 1G Maneuver

I forget in what book or article I first read that flying and flight and airplanes often resonate with the sensibility of the archetypal puer aeternus. To learn second hand about the puer aeternus is to find out lots about … Continue reading

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It’s Not Like There Haven’t Been Warnings

There’s a confusion about ‘smarts.’ There’s nothing about the skill set required to pilot an aircraft which makes ignorance ‘elsewhere’ impossible. Similarly, that Michelle Backmann was a tax attorney doesn’t verify her advanced mental capabilities across the spectrum, especially including … Continue reading

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Glisssssssssendo

Final Soliloquy of the Interior Paramour Light the first light of evening, as in a room In which we rest and, for small reason, think The world imagined is the ultimate good. This is, therefore, the intensest rendezvous. It is … Continue reading

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Attar: What Is Not the Mystic

Atar-Sufi Poet-The Whole World is a Marketplace for Love

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One Reason

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Rumi: Flutes and Peas

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Viewing Time

A History of the World in 100 Seconds from Gareth Lloyd on Vimeo. MY AFRICAN MIND from BOFADACARA on Vimeo. Two completely different approaches to making a concise videographic presentation of the sweep of “a” history. Gareth Lloyd explains his … Continue reading

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The Hard Problem

Evolution Made Us All from Ben Hillman on Vimeo. Actually, the proposition here over-generalizes, but it is apparently true for biological life. I don’t track the follies of Intelligent Design anywhere near as closely as I used to, yet I … Continue reading

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Spirograph and beyond in the 21st Century

Tony Orrico (Youtube channel) also: Leslie Halliwell–>Portfolio–>Spirograph Drawings DIY, or, Random: Dynamic Spirograph at Deviant Art (Flash interface and programming)

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Muso Survives Another Year, Well

The Chorus of PS22 (Fifth grade; Graniteville, Staten Island, NY) went viral last year. Fortunately, their charming cover of Ariel Pink’s Round and Round is a natural link through to my wrap of of my favored music from last year, … Continue reading

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The Fight for a Nation

When I was a kid, say around nine years old, my favorite war was the Civil War. I would look at battlefield maps for the famous battles and try to get right into them from their bird’s eye views. My … Continue reading

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