Tag Archives: writing
Douglas Cole, on the discourse of salvage ethnography: . . . The insights into the significance of collecting and exhibitions and the motivations and world views that stood behind them are an important contribution to our understanding of European, American, … Continue reading
for salvage. And the slippery lickery mercury cool slideroll of the word flashed a grin. Rescue, retain, restore, recover, save, retrieve those objects that are not yours as though they were once yours, as though they are now yours, saved, … Continue reading
This post happened in a Facebook message thread between myself and an old friend I haven’t seen in a while. I confess that I am a little leery to include this post, because this blog is not about yoga, and … Continue reading
Narcolepsy dysanea paralysis would Sisyphus and his halfsmiling face agree that man is born free and is everywhere chained, or born, free bouldered heavy pressured to be Camus, by the way, a heartbreaking babe with a weight in his words, … Continue reading
is when a word loses its meaning from repeating it too many times. I write my paper, my last paper, the final paper paper, the important paper paper paper. The paper is not a thesis, but a paper. I use “paper” and … Continue reading
Dear blog, I am itching to write about how considering dystopias may be a fruitful way to map utopian changes in actual reality, and how this conversation is starting to emerge out there and create a shift in the nature … Continue reading
It’s happening. Today. Today it is happening. It happens today. Today is the day. The day is today, the time is now, the window of opportunity! The sun is shining! IT IS ALL COMING TOGETHER.