Friday, July 26, 2013

My oldest friend, Mr. Steven Caldow, demonstrates the acoustic properties of cork flooring, as well as some other important attributes of the ecologically friendly medium.
"During the year, many of the prohibitive signs were removed from the library. Dogs and smoking are still not allowed. People who damage books must pay for them. We still charge fines, but to remind mature adults of their responsibilities can become absurd, occasionally objectionable, and certainly often unaesthetic."
Q:  Say, why are you making these pictures again?  Very few people understand them, and even fewer want to buy them.

A:  What counts is history asking us a question — about our content or purpose in a society of accelerating insecurity, including our own — that one way or another we need to formulate as sharply as possible, since we answer it with our lives.
Thursday, July 25, 2013
"This damned notion that art is a luxury. Perhaps for the rich it is. But for the disregarded, it's the only thing equal to their situation."  (@tejucole)
Day-off revelation: Canada geese (& Canada goose goslings) really, really like apricots.
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
"Weiner talked about the relationship between the timing and the truth of his statements as if he were giving a synopsis of a 'Dr. Who' episode. People had to understand that there was 'some timeline, some timeline in the continuum of resignation.'"
Monday, July 22, 2013
"Repetition is the means by which the history of the world is affirmed."  (R. Murray Schafer)
Sunday, July 21, 2013

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