Monthly Archives: June 2007
… so for some reason I started up “X-Men 3” via mplayer … perhaps boredom. I know I should pull a book off the shelf, either fiction or non-fiction for my work … or non-fiction that’s unrelated to my work … Continue reading
Let’s clear some links: Occam’s Razor: a webcomic, the first I’ll post today, but not the last. In Praise of Bullshit: it cites On Bullshit by Harry Frankfurt. Pinky TA: a second webcomic, but not the last. A Lesson Is … Continue reading
At Fair Trade I finished Prague, Arthur Phillips’s first novel. He has a new one out there, Angelica, which Salon recently reviewed: The extravagantly talented novelist Arthur Phillips seems to be making a grand tour of all the best literary … Continue reading
The middle of the week; a meeting with Hans on Friday. Today I decided to watch the new Die Hard movie — Live Free of Die Hard.
This evening I was reading a book on Kant & Schiller & Aesthetics … well, between episodes of rewatching Matrix Revolutions. Horst Nitschack’s “Kritik der ästhetischen Wirklichkeitskonstitution” — Critique of the aesthetic constitution of reality — from Verlag Roter Stern, … Continue reading
I hate it when people write “tonite.” I’m known for my own range of silly abbreviations, neologisms and the like, but “tonite” and “lite” are the ones that get me. Last night I re-viewed (I like funky hyphenation but am … Continue reading
I awoke on time this morning, having set my alarm so I could make it to town for brunch/lunch and writing with Richard and Amy. I went back to — a fitful — sleep for a while with a couple … Continue reading
After watching “Family of the Blood” I watched two more — this time really really good — Doctor Who episodes last night: “Blink” and “Utopia.” “Blink” is a stand-alone episode in the mold of a season 2 story told from … Continue reading
I got into town today, went to the Union, had lunch there, and enjoyed the general grayness that was outside from within the bright confines of the Lakefront Cafe while I ate a burger and worked on my computer.