Monthly Archives: January 2011

Choice Among Delights

This morning, I accepted an invitation to participate in another collection of essays on music and theology. I can’t assume it’ll count toward my REF contribution, so I can’t afford to devote much time to mastering an oeuvre with which … Continue reading

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Hey, By The Way

My landlord, BAFTA award-nominated filmmaker Andrew Bonner, is crowd-sourcing the project on which he’s currently working. Give a struggling filmmaker a break, and help him finish this feature! Plus, if the crowd-sourcing and the resulting film work out, maybe he … Continue reading

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What’s Happening Now

A million things, but evidently I’ve gotten out of the habit of blogging them. I’ll put a large part of it all down to the malignant influence of Facebook; I’m in more immediate touch with more people there than here, … Continue reading

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Interjection

I’m eager to hear what David “Too Big To Know” Weinberger thinks about Jonah Lehrer’s article in the New Yorker about problems in proving scientific claims. Lehrer provides quotable lines (“It’s as if our facts were losing their truth: claims … Continue reading

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NYTimes Catches Up

Just for the digital record: Yesterday’s story in the Times covers many of the dimensions of what happens to our digital legacies when we die. It is — as the lengthy report suggests — a complex topic, and they appositely … Continue reading

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Hack, Hack, Déjà Dit

The embattled resistance forces of the cold/flu that has, ahem, plagued me for the past week or ten days has devoted all its infectious energies to the pulmonary front. I’ve been hacking and wheezing for several days and (especially) nights, … Continue reading

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