Saturday, September 11, 2004

Falling man, New York City, 11 September 2001. Photograph by Richard Drew Posted by Hello
Thursday, September 09, 2004

Air Raid Sirens of Los Angeles County, a Caldwell/Bourke-White style text-and-image essay by Garret Izumi, not so far removed from Rudy Vanderlans' Cucamonga or SGB's Surrey, B.C. (thx gmtPlus9!)Posted by Hello

Michael Schultz, industrial photographer. Echoes of Stan Douglas, Edward Burtynsky, and the Bechers, sometimes all in the same images. Lots of landscapes on the site, too, but none of them click as quickly or resonantly as Schultz's fine-eyed studies of industrial decrepitude. Check out color galleries 3 and 4, esp. the abandoned train. (thx Pete!)Posted by Hello
When things go wrong
I sing along
It is the nature
Of the business...

Magnetic Fields, No One Will Ever Love You Honestly

just announced, Vogue Theatre, Novemberish!

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Albert Hoffman, psychedelic "therapy," endearingly lo-fi Flash graphics, jungle spirits disguised as psychoactive fungi, repetitive thudding trance music, & etc...

(thx dru!)

Tuesday, September 07, 2004
6am walk from the shop down to the VanCity night teller. Cold air on my face, the North Shore skyline slowly fading up into view. Half-moon and a few cold stars.

Monday, September 06, 2004
30 Second Freeze-Dried Value Investor's Toolkit

SEDAR -- Canadian annual & quarterly reports and press releases at your fingertips

EDGAR -- the US Security & Exchange Commission's version of SEDAR

Not Berkshire Hathaway

Omaha-based, Graham-influenced value orientation, clear communication with shareholders, majority of principals' monies invested with the firm, & etc...

Wallace R. Weitz Investment Management
's shareholder letters and top 10 holdings: good detailed Sunday night reading.

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