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i followed you in college when i was down on the administration and looked to the usual ed tech stuf…
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He still thinks in tweets but he just says them aloud in bars
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this is all great. love the viewof stuff in both this and v1! keep finding myself wishing for some sugar arou…
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“Kepler only knew of six planets, which was very convenient because there are only five regular solids. In fact, Ke…
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after Jameson re: same
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Ed Soja on the Bonaventure Hotel’s shops without customers, empty chairs, dislocated luggage-lugging guests who can…
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“English Seascape”
Berthe Morisot (1841–1895)
Cowes, England, 1875
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“The End of the Hunt”
Winslow Homer (1836–1910)
1892
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10 days ago
Museum Collections List . Bowdoin College · Bowdoin College
“The End of the Hunt”
Winslow Homer (1836–1910)
1892
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There’s a kind of plot in life that runs slow under modernity… like phones somehow let out ever more…
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Just watched!
— William Sabatier (Roland) is still alive!
— Did everyone dance better back then or…
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Have you seen Alan Kay’s “The Power of the Context”
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15 days ago
Untitled (http://www.vpri.org/pdf/m2004001_power.pdf)
Have you seen Alan Kay’s “The Power of the Context”
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my 86yo aunt lives alone in nh and has nobody to talk to about The Bachelor if anyone wants a pen pal (her friends…
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Added lil animated orreries to my attempt to reproduce & ’s Figure 1…
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i asked the two firefighters i know. one looked at pic and said “oh yeah definitely”; oth…
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Feynman, 1964: “The problem is not only what might be wrong but what, precisely, might be substituted…
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Garrett Price, week of December 31, 1932
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25 days ago
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just came across again. wow! such a - idk how to put this - radical statement of semiotics, rejecting the general i…
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25 days ago
Untitled (https://hmmdaily.com/2018/10/18/your-real-biological-clock-is-youre-going-to-die/)
lol wow. hmm! hmm. i’m 29 today! and i moved back to nyc, if you’re here let’s hang out
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What are the best books on editing someone else’s writing?

Not on writing well, not style guides, but on that del…
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29 days ago
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Last night I came across C. S. Lewis on how myth balances the concrete and the abstract (in “Myth Becam…
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Milan Kundera describes novels like a scientist might describe a simplifying model that must be compose…
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Fiction offers the freedom to represent subtle truths like any map or model must distort aspects of the…
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Re: “Can Moons Have Moons?” / Observable
this is as far as i got tonight but i'm messing up units or something, the diagrams are wrong
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Kollmeier & Raymond (2018)
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is there a good term for when some kind of semi-linear, semi-separable behavior emerges atop the com…
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oh wow, i guess that could happen with geoengineering attempts!! reminds me of how it seems election…
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it’d be cool to be able to have channels shut down for the night. nothing goes through until the channel r…
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6 weeks ago
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yup and then filters if you type. starts off like this:
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when i saw blue man group ages ago, they had three guys holding up cue card signs in parallel. at first…
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Please send me your favorite restaurant websites for my collection. Thanks!
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i want a miniseries based on The Bar At Gate D8, where nobody knows anybody’s name
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whoa! so like the scaffolding becomes... part of the... building? sounds really interestin…
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7 weeks ago
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the dispersive effects of the grueling linguo-centrifugal-torsion of seeing your earnest but generic sent…
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Related: look what just showed up in the mail! Forgot I’d ordered. Read first paragraph! via
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Related: look what just showed up in the mail! Forgot I’d ordered. Read first paragraph! via
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just dive in! :) i've loved just sporadically reading a chapter or two with no sense of progress or driv…
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After more than three years of reading and rereading chapters from time to time on my phone, today I finished part…
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thatd be a good conceit for a movie. featureless figurants stuck in the background, main characters more f…
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i went to the Frist in Nashville this weekend and scratched my head at a loootttttttt of placards (is the…
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(2018) The artist’s radical contrast of clear sharp lines with enigmatic semantics highlights the paradox…
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Please sometime keep detailed notes and sketches (which may or may not be translated into code) and w…
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i’m really bad at writing a backwards ‘S’. it always ends up with a kink in the counterclockwise bend, like a ‘2’.…
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all tophs are cool and most known tophs do dataviz in nyc. in 2013 this was a surprise to me…
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Shearing layer entropy: when signs conflict, the hastier one takes precedence
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9 weeks ago
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funny that i couldn’t guess whether hurricane models have gotten 20% better in the last twenty years o…
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9 weeks ago
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hurricanes now feel like so much longer events relative to accelerating news cycles. i keep thinking “…
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I think I like J. M. W. Turner’s “Snow Storm” and David S.…
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I think I like J. M. W. Turner’s “Snow Storm” and David S.…
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I think I like J. M. W. Turner’s “Snow Storm” and David S.…
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it's a great observation! i guess i love when movies manage to evoke something like that (w/in constrai…
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thesaurus: from Latin "treasury, storehouse, a hoard, a treasure, something laid up," figuratively "repository, col…
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11 weeks ago
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fb has "View as public/person" but it's buried & inadequate. i still generally feel…
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11 weeks ago
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(there’s a lot more in there than just that abridged excerpt)
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11 weeks ago
Untitled (http://www.ric.edu/faculty/rpotter/temp/ong.pdf)
“Writing Is a Technology That Restructures Thought” Walter J. Ong, SJ (1985)
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11 weeks ago
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“Writing Is a Technology That Restructures Thought” Walter J. Ong, SJ (1985)
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(sigh when i re-read this “happy friday” sounds dismissive, like when ppl end an online ar…
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11 weeks ago
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etymonline getting real
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my fav diner in my Maine college town only has a fb page. they just post, like, family pho…
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11 weeks ago
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yeah, it's the "very fitting"-ness that i love most; they can be so evocative, visceral, i…
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12 weeks ago
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how would you know if they had been?
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12 weeks ago
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great point! we’re on the eve of a whole cambrian explosion!! though i worry it won’t increase variet…
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12 weeks ago
Astro Home
yeah squarespace has been bad for the genre but there’s still a lot of good stuff like
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12 weeks ago
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