Monthly Archives: July 2010

Hopin’ We’ll All Pull Through

‘And when drill, baby, drill turns to spill, baby, spill ….’ Thanks to @morningporch Pete Seeger performed this new song on July 23rd at a Gulf Coast Ol Spill fundraiser in New York City. With his 91 years Pete beams hope and optimism — adorabl… Continue reading

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Hunger

The soul doesn’t act against its person. And as the body has self-healing powers, so does the soul. A bodily scar not only is the sign of a former wound, it’s a sign of a healing having taken place in this aera. The scares of the soul are likewise… Continue reading

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What’s in a Room

I don’t remember where I heard it the first time, perhaps in a conversation, or a book. But it is one of those sentences that accompany one through years. It goes roughly as follows: A house or a room is the mirror of the soul. I found this senten… Continue reading

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There’s a Higher Power

Somewhere in the States, November 2009, a concert in a bar. Ramsay Midwood plays a circling blues. The folks like it. A happy evening. * * * Continue reading

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Sirka v louži

Heard this Czech vocalist and violinist many years ago for the first time. Her voice always followed me. More : 01 02 03 04 05 * * * Continue reading

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Al borde del tiempo

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A World Created Anew

The more I read on the topic of the economy of digital content, the more I recognize the wide spread use of a specific type of vocabulary. In the past, we used to talk about information, data, markets, or capitalism. Now we talk about content, env… Continue reading

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