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Time In A Garden – Time With Communicating Arts

I put the snaps up on the business’s blog and a story to go with them.

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Summer Note 6-29-13

It’s a bad show that casts me as the old man walking in the park with a camera. Nonetheless, when one has been glued to Facebook, the news (the Turks have settled down to tending the wounded and sharpening their … Continue reading

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Note From the Garden

A Note Between the Pictures My politics blog Conflict BackChannels (“Conflict, Culture, Language, Psychology”) has been picking up about 100 hits a week. Depending on who’s reading, it will either change the world or not. My related Facebook community has … Continue reading

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FTAC – A Comment on Web Time

https://jsoppenheim.com/2013/05/06/reading-richard-adams-_the-girl-in-a-swing_/ Back when, I would be done . . . and perhaps working on my own work . . . or working on a photograph . . . or a piece of music. With multiple blogs, the Facebook nexus, news … Continue reading

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Reading – Richard Adams – _The Girl in A Swing_

I’m sorry I marked the first paragraph of the first chapter of this old and deckle edged first edition, but even so slightly used, oh what a still magical and mysterious experience the reading remains. Adams’ work reminds: while a … Continue reading

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Resting Deep

I can feel it: this ain’t gonna be no nap. “If you had it to do over again . . . .” What if you do have it to do over again? This time without the brow beating, the screaming, … Continue reading

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An Exhausted Writer’s Retreat – Sunset, Blinds, Hunter Hill, May 1, 2013

On the old Oppenheim Arts & Letters, I had noted several times in its “19th Century” modern section the horror of having applied serious creative writing chops and energy to “chatyping” — that’s what I call all of this — at … Continue reading

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