Category Archives: Arts and Literature

Angelheaded Hipsters

…reincarnate in the ghostly clothes of jazz in the goldhorn shadow of the band and blew the suffering of America’s naked mind for love into an eli eli lamma lamma sabacthani saxophone cry that shivered the cities down to the last radio -Howl Looking for some online clues about Newt’s intention to announce for the [...]

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Damn Sure Right

Intention is the core of all conscious life. It is our intentions that create karma, our intentions that help others, our intentions that lead us away from the delusions of individuality toward the immutable verities of enlightened awareness. Conscious intention colors and moves everything. - Hsing Yun From 2002 until her death in the spring [...]

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Every Picture on Display at MOMA on 10 April 2010

April 10 is Beth’s birthday. A belated “habir” Ms. Beth… Thanks to Sheila Lennon and her source, Dermot Casey, for the link. (Click here for a full screen version.)

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Shaq’s big challenge…

The link to Shaq’s Big Challenge came to me via Jocelyn Matsuo, Hulu’s video editor. Shaq’s altruistic side comes into focus as he “chooses kids from his area who are all morbidly obese, and organizes a program to help them with their weight and self-esteem.” It’s flamingly delicious.

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Whole lotta lynx

PhD Comix Kulcha Round-up Betsy Blair, comsymp Federal government muffs another one Whining Joe Klein Invisible Inkling Prison Health and Our Community: A Public Health Investigation Pew, that decade STANK Steve Outing, Welcome to Elba Jim Long on the Verge of Something New John Siracusa, the Ars in Arstechnica Community Supported Journalism Public Knowledge Progressive [...]

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At the end of your fork in the road

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A poem by Ray Sweatman

Grasshopper reads Chekhov to a Thai Hooker in the Hollow of an Oak in a Cul-de-Sac The flip of a tractor trailer The writhe of a live power line The closing of the main road Has me on this sidestreet Looking for a way home A house, woods, trees Just another cul-de-sac With no way [...]

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Surf’s up!

There’s an onomatopoetic resonance to “Platboom.” It sounds just like surf to me. Mike Golby—photographer, blogger, writer, and surfer—has some amazing pictures at his travel blog, “Cape Point Reserve.” You can find a more complete set of Mike’s breathtaking photography here at Zoopy. And of course there’s a facebook group. Mike’s been building the Cape [...]

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