Sunday, March 13, 2005
still ridiculously discombobulated...
here at the end of quarter three and the start of quarter four...
but there's a light... off over yonder...
Saturday, March 12, 2005
New York Times > Opinion > Nicholas D. Kristof: 'I Have
...Given the uncertainties
and trade-offs, priority should go to avoiding environmental damage
that is irreversible, like extinctions, climate change and loss
of wilderness. And irreversible changes are precisely what are
at stake with the Bush administration's plans to drill in the
Arctic wildlife refuge, to allow roads in virgin wilderness and
to do essentially nothing on global warming. That's an agenda
that will disgrace us before our grandchildren.
very decent exposure... MIT
... via growing
(thanks, jordan) ... can't wait to hit this with my
Thursday, March 10, 2005
end of quarter... madness...
Wednesday, March 09, 2005
Instruction Manual - How to read John Ashbery
wonder Ashbery is widely thought of as dauntingly "difficult"-or,
in some camps, as something of a literary hoaxster. It would be
a shame, though, if this prevented curious readers from picking
up his books. Being difficult, after all, is not the same thing
as being incomprehensible. And the truth is that Ashbery's poetry
is still very much invested in the reader's pleasure-more so than
many supposedly "approachable" poets.
Tuesday, March 08, 2005
busy because... the third quarter ends
on thursday... and despite all intentions... The best laid
schemes o' Mice an' Men, Gang aft agley .. i.e. i was gonna
be all caught up with paperwork... this time... and had instituted
a few procedures to make this happen... but it didn't happen...
so... i'm left to wonder why... and i've got one more quarter
to get it right...
Monday, March 07, 2005
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