A fantastic article: https://www.thesunmagazine.org/issues/511/sunken-treasures … Touches on many ocean issues, pluses and minuses. The particularly cool thing is that it deals directly with the particular concern of my website, http://www.savetheoxygen.org in a major publication, the first I’ve seen, albeit not with the *site* or the University of Leicester study directly
A hazel eye watches the madness spin
Take two bird’s egg green pills and recite the Bodhisattvas’ Vow 17 times, call when you haven’t slept a wink 2 nights
Squawking cell phone rings burst into colored bubbles
As we approach 34 completed circles around the sun – – A tiny fraction of arc around the galactic core – – the object of our contemplation is “Round-tuitiveness as a Mathematical Quantity”; Where under chemical stress, the trash is not put out for weeks and weeks, Where under a standard collection of quotidian concerns, […]
New ‘Recommended Bloggers’ page – After 3.5 years used up the 1st 1000 Discordian Postcard Conspiracy postcards – 3 new pages on savetheoxygen.org – Away with smartphones! – purging emails & subscriptions – blowing away old reblogs and crappy posts – code imrpovements
[…] Can a thing be other than absolutely real or unreal? Can reality be a quality that changes both in time and over other fields and rulers? Can it be a non-numerical quantity?
What is a non-numerical quantity? […]
A post on what I’ve gained from blogging, and what it has failed to give me. And on the challenge of investing time and energy in well-defined plans with endless distractions so easy to come by.
An exercise building an abstract poem using emoji for the prompt and title. December/February
A brief post on organizing and configuring a smart phone to make it more useful and less addictive with seven images that document the stage I’m at with mine after over a year of tweaking it.
A new book description for my ebook Synaptic Syntactic: of unbounded phases and entangled echoes. And other updates.
If you have been frustrated by trying to format (basic) poems for the web, here is the answer for emulating traditional print poem formatting, no matter the window size.