Monthly Archives: February 2012

(Wednesday)

This day starts disoriented with dominant feelings of grief for something not lost, remembering something not happened, and dread so still that it backs into time as time flows forward, carries blurred body edges past me, streamsmeared ahead, coloured scent … Continue reading

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Tuesday

In a book I have loved reading several times, and that I frequently forget, and then recall and look forward to rereading, though with layers of understanding and complexities of attitude (call it cynicism, or experience, or years, or fear, … Continue reading

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Monday

I am trying to weed out my sources for the paper. My goal this week is to break through from thoughts and feelings to reason and lucidity; from surfing, wallowing, playing, and recoiling to focuses with subjects, objects, and verbs; … Continue reading

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Project Yosemite

Take the time to watch this in full screen with the sound on.

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To Dotty, With Love.

Today is about taking back power, and you may interpret that as you like. Sometimes things are better coded, close, and as secret as the inside skin of a wrist, slipping out of sleeves only if you are close enough … Continue reading

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The post-architect and an approach to encountering utopian space

I came across this post about geopolitical space and architectural theory, and its ideas are shedding some light for me on the relationship produced by encountering landscape. Yes, of course I am thinking about Capi and her mix of will and … Continue reading

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The problem with happiness

Last night the CBC aired an Ideas program called Say No To Happiness. I found it a good one for further understanding the problem with the pressure to be happy. In it, Ideas producer Frank Faulk interviews the following people (whom … Continue reading

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