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2005-05-27
 
ON THE ROAD
Bruce is off buying a bathing suit | We can't very well swim in the hotel's pool in the buff | He's more likely o come back with something like this while I'd settle for the more modest boxer or gym trunks | Our favorite eatery has closed its doors, so we'll have to find someplace new | In teh meantime, it's shepard's Pie at Press Cafe | Quite filling, actually |
 
 
TRAVEL
Montreal Bound

     



     

     

     

     



     

     

This time tomorrow we'll be looking over the skyline of la belle citi from the Hotel Gouverneur Place DuPuis | We'll most likely see the Museum of Fine Arts Edwin Holgate exhibition | We plan on seeing the new Cirque du Soleil performance of CORTEO [bought tickets months ago] and get in on Sunday's annual Free Museum tour | I'll be checking the site and the e-mail at Presse Cafe so drop a line if you'd like |
 
 
CHINESE ARITHMATEC
The following site is likely to become a runaway hit | Chinese Arithmatic | This week's New Yorker Magazine violates and victimizes a poor patient with an embarrasing condition by printing a lot of info about him that would make it possible for him to be identified. A serious HIPAA confidentiality violation. Not to mention the coarse use of common gutter talk | Go read it |
Image: "Fleet's In" by Paul Cadmus |
 
2005-05-25
 
OTHERS' ART

Kenn Brown's digital artistry knocks me over | Here's more from his website Monolithic Art |
Accidental discovery from: EYE a "computer graphics portal" |
 
 
IRAQ QUAGMIRE
An Infantryman's Point of View | Thanks for the courage of stating your opinion |
 
 
PLANNING FOR THE PAST
Retrovert gadfly and politician yearing for a mesozoic future Lamar Alexander has gone public in opposing the development of wind turbine energy "...for at least the next two years because they are costly, unreliable and unsightly." | According to an Associated Press release on Monday, Alexander,
"...chairman of the TVA Congressional Caucus and chairman of the Senate Energy Subcommittee, sent a letter to TVA's board, asking the federal utility to halt construction of the 300-foot-tall structures in its seven-state region.
     "These oversized windmills produce a puny amount of unreliable power in a way that costs more than coal or nuclear power, require new transmission lines, must be subsidized with massive federal tax breaks and, in my view, destroy the landscape," wrote Alexander.
     Alexander said he objects to the noise and visual pollution from wind turbines, which often are located on ridgetops and can be seen for up to 25 miles.
     Heartening to know that we have such idiots in public office, isn't it?
THANKS TO: Ken Bosley for this update
 
 
ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS ???
The Marines show what it takes when they get "a few good men" together | Text from the official DOD approve USMC website reads as follows:
HADITHA DAM, Iraq (May 18, 2005) -- As the Global War on Terrorism progresses, the Marine Corps continues to use an intimidating pieces of machinery on the ground …the M-1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank.
     The tanks, which weigh up to 70 tons and provide awesome firepower, were introduced into the Marine Corps during the early 1990s and are usually incorporated into initial ground assaults.
     “When insurgents see us rolling into town, they may set off an (improvised explosive device),” said Gunnery Sgt. Richard J. Layton, a tank commander with 4th Tank Company, 1st Tank Battalion in support of 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment. “But, that doesn’t phase these big guys and we just keep rolling right through it.”
     While the tanks hardly ever have a chance to use their heavy weaponry, they are always ready to respond to any insurgents’ mortar or RPG fire if the need arises.
     “We have a 120 mm main gun, a .50 cal. (heavy machine gun) and an M-240 medium machinegun on each vehicle,” said the 1994 Overbrook Senior High School graduate. “We just sit tight and wait to see if anyone wants to fire on our troops, so we can respond back with deadly accuracy.”
     Tanks also provide security for ground troops in cities. The tanks ...easily breach buildings and walled off sections in towns that the Marines need to enter. “A lot of Marines would be injured or killed if we weren’t there to hit an IED first or enter a heavily fortified section of a city,” Layton said.
     It has been said that tanks are becoming a thing of the past. But according to Layton, that is wholly inaccurate. Some people say the need for tanks is ending.
     “My response to that statement is, ‘You can’t win in the air without planes and you can’t win on the ground without tanks,’” Layton said with a huge smile.
How this got past the US Government censors is beyond me | After all, since it now seems certain that the Newsweek "...trash the Qu'ran..." story was patently false [yeah, right], this, obviously, must be just another twisted joke | Oh those madcap boys in the field | Couldn't they just have been happy with a Dream Girl picture?
CREDITS FOR FINDING THIS TO: Ron's Log and AmericaBlog | Pix Credit to image of woman on plane: AirVenture's Nose Art |
 
 
APOCALYPSE
Preparing for the "Time of the End" | Tim Boucher has some thoughts on the psychological function of the apocalypse |
     ...the word “Apocalypse” comes from the Greek “apokalupsis” which means something which has been revealed or uncovered. The meaning was thus not originally associated with the end of the world or the final destruction of civilization, such as it is today. Apocalypses, revelations, were a genre of literature which rose to popularity in Palestine in the 3rd century BCE
     ...Apocalypses were historically described in the form of a dream or a vision, which is pretty much how we do it right down to the present day as well. Aside from what we said above about the image of the Apocalypse acting as a means to mentally “clean house,” I think it’s also especially important to look at it as a genre of protest literature.
     Part of the power of the sheer act of creating and identifying with a story is that your subconscious mind has a difficult time differentiating it from reality. If you immerse yourself in it deeply enough, you’ll actually experience it as though it were real - on a lower level of course, but it’s still an experience. As protest literature then, Apocalypses let people mentally act out their fantasies of revolution and retribution. Their enemies are punished and those on the path of good find out that their actions and value systems will be vindicated at some point in the future.
     As described above, the genre of Apocalypse literature arose most likely among a group of people who were being oppressed, and who felt like they didn’t have an appropriate voice in the society. If you look at modern day Apocalyptic literature, you will find exactly the same thing.
     The way I see it is there are two main camps (well okay, with a lot of sub-camps). On one side, you have the hardcore Christians - people typified by the Rapture Ready website. People who fear that their value system is slipping away from its position of dominance. As they lose power, they begin to cling to stories in which they gain back that power.
     Then on the other side of the fence, you have the vast roiling sea of outsiders, conspiracy theorists and counter-culturalists. This is a diverse crowd of course, but they share a set of common characteristics.
He says a whole lot more, some of which speaks to my own beliefs on how Apocalypic topics are "played" these days...
Consider for a moment that this is true. That what originally started as a form of Apocalyptic protest literature, was later seized upon by people in power to establish their own legitimacy. By playing upon the fear and superstition of works like the Book of Revelations, people in power are actually intentionally trying to push our centuries-long programmed buttons.
Meander around Tim's website for further clarification on this issue.
Image source: William Blake | Blake was regarded, in his day, as a briliiant artist, lithographer and doom-saying crackpot | Others now see that he had some clear vision and message for those of us living today
 
2005-05-24
 
ARCHITECTURE
Philadelphia's City Hall building, a masterpiece of French Renissiance architectural style, has been magical to me ever since my adolescence when I first saw it |
     Here's two glimpses | The larger one looking up from Broad Street from the south side of the building | The smaller one is the view from just below Logan Circle on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway |
     The Parkway is a marvel to behold itself | Traversing roughly northwest from City Hall to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Parkway is home to several museums [the Franklin Institute, Rodin Sculpture Garden and the Academy of Natural Sciences among them], a main branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia and a couple of elaborate formal founatins all line the Parkway's route |
     Built up between 1919 and 1935 The Parkway stands as testimony of what public spiritedness can create | Perhaps some of the Robber Barons of the Roaring Twenties had a conscience about giving back their due | Quite unlike the greedy bastids that have profited from the latest Gilded Age in this country, who have thus far provided only show trials and feigned innocence after staling the public trust blind |
 
 
HUNGER PANGS
People get hungry no matter where they are and what they do for a living | This is a candid shot taken while visiting a veterinary office | Mmmm! Mmmm! | Chinese food? | No, just sandwiches and pickles |
     Mind you, I'm no innocent in this department | Years ago, in college, I had an early morning bio anatomy lab | We dissected animal cadavers | I used to stop by on the way to class and grab a coffee and a bite and nibble while working | Nobody much said anything about it until I brought in jelly donuts | When a big glob of red jelly oozed out that back for all to see, the professor came over to me and asked if I would like to have my own personal area the rest of the semester | Appreciative of the larger work space, I thankfully agreed |
     It wasn't until yyears later that I realized some of my fellow students got grossed out at the sight of me eating while cutting carcasses up that prompted her to give me my own spot away from the rest of the group | I wasn't alone though | My partner, a no-nonsense farm girl went with me | She like eating donuts, too |
 
 
OTHER VOICES
" 'Terrifying powers work within us, or are carrying out their work through us,'
Auden wrote [in 1940] and these powers could never be fully eradicated - not through art, education, economics, politics, or any other means.
This did not mean [that] one should stand by and allow those who chose to act on their evil impulses to continue. It did mean, however, that another approach must be taken in fighting them.
No one could operate from the assumption that he was immune to infection or was not causing a form of the disease itself.
The flip side to this belief was that a higher consiciousness - the truest and best of human thinbking - was equally potentially present in every human soul. Auden hoped to increase his own and others' awareness of the "Hitler" in all of us as well as the devine."

Sherrell Tippens

Find out more about February House, Ms. Tippen's group biography [as it were] of W. H. Auden, Carson McCullers, Jane And Paul Bowles, Benjamin Britten, And Gypsy Rose Lee, Under One Roof In Wartime America |
 
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POV
[my top of the list]
 • Charles Henry Eldridge Adirondack Native
 • Al Fin
 • Defective Yeti
 • Joe Bageant's Deer Hunting with Jesus
 • Educate Yourself
 • Larry Barr / Rebel Wolf Online
 • Billy Miller's A Poor Wayfaring Stranger
 • Mike Power
 • Nightmare Hall
 • Nurse Ratchet's Place
 • Pam's House Blend
 • P Michaud
 • Pax Nortona
 • Path to Freedom
 • Clarke Lane
 • Ron's Log
 • Wood's Lot
 • Y Hate

[individual writers]

more personal
 • Al in the Country  • Curmudgeon Report  • Eramosa River Journal  • Frog Ponder  • H Kent Craig  • Dale Hobson  • Kestrel's Nest [now Twittering]  • Mickey Z  • Neurotwitch  • Other Stream  • Sarcastic Bastard  • Andrew Phelps  • Brenda's What's UP down South?

[personal/topical/news mix]
 • Angry Biscuit  • Kathryn Cramer  • Defective Yeti  • Something Completely Different  • UltraSparky

more topical/news oriented
 • Atypical Joe  • Charlie's Diary  • CT Blue  • Esoterically  • Feral Scholar  • Fouroboros  • Juan Cole's Informed Comment  • J-Walk Blog  • Happy Scrappy  • Obsidian Wings  • Pandagon  • Panopticist  • Space Coast Web  • Sphere  • Officialsay [stop sleeping]

more news than blog
 • Angry White Kid  • Corrente  • Plus... same gang, different material Corrente Wire  • Crooked Timber  • Current Era Blog  • Exiled Online  • Fire Dog Lake  • [in memory of Steve Gilliard] Group News Blog  • Digby's  • James Kunstler's ~ Clusterfuck Nation  • Le Speakeasy  • Mikhaela's News Blog  • No Quarter  • Stupid Enough Unexplanation  • This Modern World  • robot wisdom

cultural
 • Truck and Barter

science oriented
 • Tim Lambert's ~ Deltoid  • Greg Layden's Blog  • Mixing Memory  • PLoS ONE  • Space Coast Web  • Stuart Savory  • Verbumlogos

health + nutrition
 • Hakeem Alexander ~ Look again / Research  • Monika Woolsey ~ Nutritionist's Perspective  • John Crippen's ~ NHS Blog Doc | Great Britain  • Become Natural

writers + artists
 • Kathryn Cramer  • Eric Drooker  • Michael Nobbs  • Pound  • queer bohemian  • Spunk Library  • John Scalzi's ~ Whatever  • Wood's Lot  • UltraSparky

eclectic
 • Boing! Boing!  • Wilson's Almanac  • ZudFunk's Blogroll

not active - still online
 • Celebrity Cola  • F-Train  • Buzz Stuff  • John Strain  • Just an Inkling  • Love and Rage  • No Milk Today  • Querylily  • Rayz' Journal + Rants  • Unquiet Mind

gone - regrettably
 • Andrew Olmstead  • amnesia insurance  • Philipp Lenssen's Feeeds  • Moon of Alabama  • That Colored Fella  • V-2-dot-org


HEAR / OPINION

[news sources]
 • Aljazeera  • AlterNet  • Capitol Hill Blue  • Crooks & Liars  • Free Speech TV  • Focal Point  • The Gadflyer  • Google News  • CBC - Iceland Daily News  • Indymedia UK  • My Way  • New Left Media  • Now Public  • Official Wire  • Online Journal  • Plime  • Politico  • The Morning News  • Public Radio International  • The Raw Story  • Rense  • Indybay, San Francisco CA  • New Hampshire Gazette  • Sploid  • I am TRex  • World News Network

[publications / periodicals]
 • The Atlantic  • Countercurrents  • Counterpunch  • Fairness + Accuracy in Reporting  • The Economist  • The Guardian  • Human Nature Review  • Miller-McCune  • The Nation  • National Geographic  • The New Yorker  • Ode  • Seattle Post Intelligencer  • Truthout  • Pravda  • Public Eye  • Q News  • Village Voice  • The Wall Street Journal  • The Wilson Quarterly  • YES! Magazine  • Z Magazine

[internet radio / audio media]
 • Wilson Almanac's Radio Bandwidths
 • ABC - Australian Broadcast News  • BBC - British Broadcast News  • CBC - Canadian Broadcast News  • WAMC - Albany NY  • WPKN - Bridgeport CT

[media watch]
 • columbia journalism review  • Conservative Web Watch  • Dart Center - reporting on trauma & violence  • cjr's "Who Owns What"?  • Media Monitors Network  • Video Vote Vigil

[essays / critical thought sites]
 • AAAARG.ORG  • Edge  •   • Wood's Lot

[hyper-vigilant]
 • Counterterrorism Blog  • Cryptome  • Jerry Pippin

[information geeks]
 • The Agonist  • Grey Literature Report  • Resource Shelf

[commentary - left]
 • Scott Bidstrup  • Jim Hightower  • Noam Chomskey  • Orcinus  • Mike Palacek  • ratical.org  • Regressive Antidote  • Think Progress  • TPM Cafe
[commentary - in between]
 • Blogcritics.org  • Citizens for Legitimate Government  • Denis Horgan  • In The Fray  • Lawrence Lessig
[commentary - right]
 • American Prospect  • Kathleen Parker  • Andrew Sullivan  • Town Hall

[manifestos]
 • Abolition of Work
 • Class War
 • The Cluetrain Manifesto
 • Wark's A Hacker Manifesto
 • Earth Charter
 • A Call to Economic Justice
 • Orcinus' Media Revolt
 • Net Neutrality
 • Shrinking the Freedom of Thought
 • The Social Phenomenon of Blogs

[news as humor]
 • Cecil Adams' Straight Dope  • Mark Fiore's Fiore Blog  • Mikhaela Reid's Boiling Point ~ a News Blog  • Damn Interesting  • Tom Tomorrow's This Modern World  • Garry Trudeau's Doonsbury

[man bites dog / humor]
 • BuzzFlash  • College Humor  • The Onion  • The Daily Howler  • Morons  • Yankee Pot Roast

[gossip]
 • Gawker

COSMOS
[spirituality]
 • Council on Spiritual Practices  • Druid Journal  • The Equinox Project

[separation of faith + state]
 • Americans United for church-state separation


IN THE HEAD
[psychiatric hospitals - history]
 • POTN's Abandoned Hospitals

[first person account keepers]
 • Marian Goldstein's Different Thoughts  • Jim Gottstein  • Gianna Kali's Beyond Meds  • Kangaroo Court | Archives pre 1/1/05  • Mind Freedom's 1st Person Accounts  • Psychiatrized  • Psych Survivor Archives [CA]  • Songs of the Survivor

[psychiatric clients' rights]
 • Bazelon Center  • Center for Public Representation  • Dendron/MindFreedom
 • Law Project for Psych Rights  • U.S. Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry

[info on psychotropics]
 • Ecologia Cognitiva | Portugese
 • Monika Woolsey ~ Nutritionist's Perspective

[self-help/recovery]
 • Freedom Center | Northampton, MA  • National Empowerment Center  • Copeland Center for Wellness + Recovery  • Natn'l MH Self Help Clearinghouse

[mental health info sites]
 • Mental Health Matters  • Psychiatric Drugs  • Ctr for Mental Health Services [USA]

[alternate views on treatment]
 • Peter Breggin  • John Grohol  • Hakeem Alexander's Hypno Athletics  • Hooper's Forensic Psychiatry


[health care reviewers]
 • Health Care Renewal

REGIONAL
[connecticut]
 • Connecticut Weblogs
[NYC metro]
 • Gothamist  • Bitter Queen's A History of Gay Bars in New York  • Jeremiah's Vanishing New York
[Southeast USA]
 • Southern Studies


LBGTF
news/opinion
 • Atypical Joe  • Pam Spaulding  • Andrew Sullivan  • Towlerroad  • Independent Gay Forum  • Michelangelo Signorile
media reviews
 • LBGT Books, Films & Videos
personal blogs
 • Brave Creatures  • Butch Jax  • Eramosa River Journal
erotic/adult content
 • Buff Tufftalk  • Drub

PLACE
 • Urban-ism  • we-make-money-not-art  • New Urbanism

COMMUNICATION + GRAPHIC DESIGN

[comment]
 • Dave Gray's Communication Nation  • Design Observer  • Jason King Design  • Mandarin Design  • Panopticist  • Speedbird

[html coding tools]
 • CSS Zen Garden  • Page Tutor's HTML Basics  • HTML special character codes  • Hex Hub's Color Codes
 • Page Tutor's 1536 Colors Chart

[typography tools]
 • DaFont's Free Downloadable Typefaces  • Linotype's Font Explorer X  • Typo Generator

[photography tools]
 • Photoshop Tips & Tricks

['zines]
 • foto 8  • JPG Magazine  • U & lc

[geek links]
 • Lee Fleming's Resources  • Software Tips & Tricks

VISUAL ARTS + ARTISTS

[art magazines + blogs]
 • Arts Journal  • Art News  • Art Knowledge News  • Issac Buie's The Simple Connoisseur  • Wood's Lot
[art supplies]
 • Dick Blick  • Jerry's Artarama  • Trekell & Co.  • Utrecht Art Supplies

[group sites]
 • Artween  • Concept Art  • Rational Painting

[collage]
 • J. Long's Die Mythographer!  • Judy Wise  • Toyen [Marie Cerminova]

[installation artists]
 • Hirokazu Fukawa  • Remy Jungerman

[interactive media]
 • Sébastien Chevrel

[painters / print makers / illustrators]
 • Eric Drooker | Painting / Illustration / Graphic Novels  • James Gurney | Landscape / Illustration  • Peter Hocking | Portraiture  • Gerard Huber | NeoClassical  • Rockwell Kent | Illustration / Painting / Social Comment  • Diego Rivera | Murals / Social Comment  • Jim Riccio | Painting / Illustration  • Street Anatomy | Medicine / Art / Design

[photographers]
 • Joey Lawrence  • Drasko Bogdanovic  • Chromisa  • Ian Grey  • Chad Kleitsch  • Ed Roppo's Rusty Jam

[sculpture]
 • Louise Bourgeois  • Alexander Calder  • Marisol Escobar  • Henry Moore  • Robert Rauschenberg  • George Segal  • Augustus Saint-Gaudens  • Gustav Vigeland

[street art]
 • Banksy  • Roadsworth  • Wooster Collective

[art centres]
 • I-Park

[arts marketers]
 • Zhibit.org

[intellectual property rights]
 • Creative Commons

ENERGY
[sustainability blogs]
 • Rebel Wolf's Energy Self- Sufficiency Newsletter
 • Watthead
 • 
 • 

GOV
 • World War 4 Report
 • Reason Public Policy Institute
 • State + Locals Govs

LAW
[legal resources]
 • EFF's Legal Guide for Bloggers
 • FindLaw
 • Law.Com
 • Law Guru's Knowledge Base
 • JURIST: Legal Dictionary
 • regulations.gov
 • Scruffy's State Statutes
 • Univ of Houston's O'Quinn Law Library
 • A Public Defender

[law & philosphy]
 • distributive justice
 • DeNovo - Not active since early 2008
 • Legal Theory
 • Volokh Conspiracy

[intellectual property issues]
 • Creative Commons

[liberty interests]
 • The Agonist
 • American Civil Liberties Union
 • Canadian Civil Liberties Assn
 • Center for Democracy + Technology
 • Electronic Frontier Foundation
 • ALA's "Patriot" Act Updates

[rights concerns]
 • The Bill of Rights Institute
 • Center for Constitutional Rights
 • Human Rights Watch
 • People for the American Way
 • Prison Legal News
 • Southern Poverty Law Center
 • Stanford Center for Internet and Society

[rights of disabled persons]
 • Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
 • Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
 • Mouth Magazine
 • Center for Public Representation
 • Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

[resources]
 • U.S. Hunting | Fish & Wildlife Service
 • U.S. Hunting | Fish & Wildlife Service
 • IAFAW Fishing + Hunting Permit Fees
 • U.S. National Wetlands Inventory | Fish & Wildlife Service
 • U.S. Bureau of Land Management | Department of Interior
 • U.S. National Park Service | Department of Interior

[archery/bowhunting]
 • Archery World
 • Bowsite
 • Bowhunting.net
 • Bowmasters
 • Bowyers & Fletchers Guild [UK]
 • Hunting Society's Archery Links
 • Principles of Archery
 • Primitive Archer

[firearms/hunting]
 • Firearms: Technical + Training Manuals

[outdoors/orienteering]
 • The Backpacker
 • Adirondack Hiking Trails
 • Go take a hike!


FREE TIME

[bodybuilding]
 • A to Z Fitness  • Amateur Wrestling News  • Better Body  • FitLike [UK]  • Testosterone Nation

[food]
 • He Said : She Said

[futuristics]
 • Future Scanner

[travel]
 • Travel Blogs [dot] org  • Hobo Traveler  • Lonely Planet  • Proper Course  • Sailing Anarchy  • VagaBlogging  • Where's Bender?

[urban spelunking]
 • Wikipedia describesp;Wi Urban Spelunking
 • Kelm + Rodenbaugh's Abandoned Missile Base
 • JAN JÖRNMARK Deserted Places
 • JAN JÖRNMARK Deserted Places

[other distractions]
 • Weirdsmobile

REFERENCE

   Dictionaries, Grammars,
   and other online language resources

[English Language]
 • Acronym Finder
 • Blogossary
 • One Look's Dictionary Search
 • Etymological Dictionary
 • JURIST: Legal Dictionary
 • Slang City Dictionary
 • Word Spy "The word lover's guide to new words
 • Thesaurus
[Other Languages]
 • Jennifer's Language Page

[Literature]
 • Indeterminacy
 • Poem Hunter

[encyclopedae, etc]
 • About
 • CIA World Factbook
 • RefDesk
 • Project Gutenberg
 • Project Gutenberg - 2004
 • Nation Master [stats]
 • Questia
 • Wikipedia

[atlases, maps]
 • Digital Topo Maps
 • U S Census Bureau Maps
 • USGS Land and Map

[documents]
 • Bill O'Rights
 • Magna Carta
 • Unversal Declaration of Human Rights

[Postal Codes]
 • Canadian Postal Codes
 • International Postal Codes
 • USA Zip Codes
 • Universal Postal Union

[weather]
 • Foote's Forecasts
 • NOAA National Weather Service | USA
 • Weather Channel
 • The Weather Underground

[Weights and Measures]
 • Measurement Conversion Charts
 • RefDesk's Weights and Measures Resources

[translators]
 • Bablefish Translation Service
 • IM's Online Translation Portal
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