Sunday, September 04, 2005

national geographic magazine knew ... here ... and told us about it last october ...

posted at 2:30 PM

Poetry Portraits

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Saturday, September 03, 2005

PMC 15.3 - Derrida ... via tex files

posted at 7:43 PM

still enamored of the window ...

posted at 7:21 PM

From Margins of Society to Center of the Tragedy ... via growing nation ...

Without so much as a car or bus fare to escape ahead of time, they found themselves left behind by a failure to plan for their rescue should the dreaded day ever arrive.

posted at 11:48 AM

a string of NYTimes headlines this week ... don't even begin to tell the tale ... sad ... outrageously sad ... as in everybody-knows-it-didn't-have-to-be-this-bad sad ...

Hurricane Katrina Slams Into Gulf Coast; Dozens Are Dead

Much of Gulf Coast Is Crippled; Death Toll Rises After Hurricane

Higher Death Toll Seen; Police Ordered to Stop Looters

Despair and Lawlessness Grip New Orleans

Conditions in New Orleans Still Dire - Pumping May Take Months

posted at 11:22 AM


Friday, September 02, 2005

what the ...?
President Arrives in Alabama, Briefed on Hurricane Katrina
We've got a lot of rebuilding to do. First, we're going to save lives and stabilize the situation. And then we're going to help these communities rebuild. The good news is -- and it's hard for some to see it now -- that out of this chaos is going to come a fantastic Gulf Coast, like it was before. Out of the rubbles of Trent Lott's house -- he's lost his entire house -- there's going to be a fantastic house. And I'm looking forward to sitting on the porch. (Laughter.) ... via eschaton

... toward a working definition of "clueless"

posted at 3:45 PM

so. this friday came quickly. must have been a busy week. the seniors have been working with calvino's if on a winter's night a traveller ... and they've taken a shot at the villanelle ... sophs are slogging through miller's the crucible ... not my most favorite piece ... but it has its moments ... and is not completely unrelated to our contemporary moment

posted at 3:34 PM

British Literature Timeline

posted at 3:13 PM

Literary Periods of British and American Literature

posted at 3:13 PM


Thursday, September 01, 2005

one quickly realized hoot from the new window ... a clear view of Venus ... winking at me just above sunset ... but i'm too lazy to attempt a photo

posted at 8:05 PM

window guys came today ...

... not much of a sight ... but more a sight than i've ever seen through this window ... at least i'll get the sunset without running back to the bedroom ... such luxury ... on a day i'm thinking much about the luck of some and the suffering of many ... prayers for the southland

posted at 7:35 PM


Wednesday, August 31, 2005

dylan at the gaslight 1962 is a humble little disc ... but a worthy entry ... very good sound quality ... that date alone in the title reminds me how young he was .... and then you hear him belting out 'hard rain' like he'd been around forever ... knowing everything all along ... kennedy was still around too, but he didn't know so much ... well ... i'm just a sucker for 'the cuckoo bird' ever since i heard clarence ashley do it ('the coo coo bird') on harry smith's anthology ... and 21 year old dylan digs deep to find his roughest old inner mountainman ... straight from the holler ...

posted at 7:12 PM


Tuesday, August 30, 2005

tangled up in brew ... phrasemakers

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Monday, August 29, 2005

walt whitman at the NYPL

posted at 3:25 PM

Salem Witch Trials - 1692 Salem - Puritan Children

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Puritanism. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05

posted at 2:59 PM

i said too much in ap this morning ... i said "scherezade," "roland barthes," "boccacio, chaucer, and all"

i said (god forgive me) "semiotics," "post-structuralism," and "jean-paul sartre"

i said "edgar allan poe" and "cherchez la femme"

i said "joseph campbell and carl jung"

i said "o my aching back"

i said "derrida" and "product placement"

i said "one of the problems of getting older"

i said "meta-cognition"

posted at 1:02 PM


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