From the monthly archives:

April 2007

sierra hull

April 30, 2007

I think she’s almost twelve by now…

[tags]sierra hull, alpha class, titanium[/tags]

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up the neck

April 29, 2007

Jim Richter in his bibs…

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The Future is Uncertain…

April 29, 2007
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Sunday Link Giving

April 29, 2007

Following Kent Newsome’s lead, here is a list of blogs I read. Yes, I have a blogroll, but it’s like the typical RSS firehose: I simply don’t take time to visit everyone in that list with any predictable frequency. But here is a list of several of the blogs I visited last week that I [...]

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Reeboks in heaven

April 28, 2007

“In matters of art, ‘avant garde’ means little more than conforming to some daring philistine fashion, so, when the curtain opened, Hugh was not surprised to be regaled with the sight of a naked hermit sitting on a cracked toilet in the middle of an empty stage.” Awkward American Hugh Person is sent to Switzerland [...]

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Misapprehension

April 28, 2007

This afternoon while I was mulching some sapling evergreens and the dog was wandering around collecting ticks to deposit later in the house when her Frontline repellent finally forced them from her thick, concealing fur, I heard a frightening roar. From far up the road came the sound of a high-end race car, a throbbing [...]

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bee cooties

April 28, 2007

There’s a fungus afoot. At least that’s what the LA Times reports on the bee Collapsed Colony Disorder problem. Like all things ecological, it’s dangerous to draw conclusions about first order causes and how to address them. Naturally, once the problem of a fungus is identified, a fungicide is proposed as the solution. I would [...]

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To the librarians

April 28, 2007

Abandon hierarchy all ye who enter here. David Weinberger’s new book, Everything is Miscellaneous, is dedicated to the librarians. It could be likened to a lumberjack’s chain saw tearing down every Aristotelian tree in the forest, but that would probably be wrong. It would probably also be wrong to assert that the miscellaneous nature of [...]

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