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 Ev'rything is Satisfactual
 Oh yeah6 comments
category picture29 Aug 2005 @ 01:58

What a Wonderful World
(George Weiss/ Bob Thiele)

I see trees of green, red roses too
I see them bloom for me and you
And I think to myself.... what a wonderful world.  More >

 第7 シール18 comments
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 Evey's Choice18 comments
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 Breathing with the mind23 comments
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 Transparency, Anonymity and Pseudonymity17 comments
picture20 Mar 2006 @ 01:56

In an essay titled, Thinking Outside the Box: Considering Transparency, Anonymity, and Pseudonymity as Overall Solutions to the Problems of Information Privacy in the Internet Society [pdf file], Tal Z. Zarsky* analyzes various aspects of transparency, anonymity, and pseudonymity and envisions societies where our personal information is, respectively, out in the open, hidden in its entirety, or somewhat blurred due to the use of multiple identities.  More >

 10,000 people with one message14 comments
picture18 Mar 2006 @ 02:58

Faces of Planet Earth is a new interactive web page (launched on January 16, 2006) made of several thousands contiguous blocks that can be purchased at the cost of $10 a block. Each block allows its owner to put his/her photo up, along with a message (and optionally a link to his/her favorite website.)  More >

 People shouldn't be afraid of their governments27 comments
picture8 Mar 2006 @ 01:46

Governments should be afraid of their people.
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 I is another *23 comments
picture22 Feb 2006 @ 21:57

"Are you a captive somewhere? Are you in economic chains? Caught against your will in a spiritual straightjacket? Are you a wage slave or a boss? Do you live off your wits? Have you undergone shock treatment? Do you dispense shock treatment? Were you denied, at some point in your life, your rightful inheritance? Are you an outcast? Do you smoke pot? Do you crack the heads of dissenters? Are you a dissenter, and proud of it? Were you last seen somewhere? Do you want to be seen? Are you even visible? Do you enjoy a sinecure? Do you view life as hopeless? Are you happy? Miserable? Overflowing with existential angst? Do you admire power? Raw power: refined power: power within a velvet glove or in a steel mit? Do you believe there will be a tomorrow? Or are all our days yesterdays? Do you vote? Do you cry? Do you make love? Do you ever go to a movie? Are your papers in order? Are you an expatriate? Has Interpol come after you? Do you still live in your native land? Have you learned yet that the Soviet Union collapsed? Do you care? Are you a student in an exclussive Islamic university? Do you hope to visit Disneyland some day? Have you? Are you a chess enthusiast? Do you play softball? Do you like girls? Have you a girl? Does she truly love you? Are you faithful? Do you prefer the night to the day, or vice versa? Have you ever felt the breeze standing on the end of a pier at dawn? Are you under investigation? Do you believe in God?"

-----21 Feb 2006 @ 00:22 by Quinty

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 Bodhichitta4 comments
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An ongoing project by Gregory Colbert

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 Welcome to the Nightside7 comments
picture15 Nov 2005 @ 01:36

John Taylor is not a private detective per se, but he has a knack for finding lost things. That's why he's been hired to descend into the Nightside, an otherworldly realm in the center of London where fantasy and reality share renting space and the sun never shines.
----Editorial Review [Something from the Nightside]  More >

 The impossible will take a little while8 comments
picture12 Nov 2005 @ 00:53

The passing away of Rosa Parks comes as a reminder of another time, a bygone era when strong connections still used to link activism and spiritual practice. A connection that is not gone, maybe, but which has lost a lot of its momentum, and which is even sometimes frowned upon in certain contemporary spiritual circles.  More >

 Le poinçonneur des Lilas3 comments
picture12 Nov 2005 @ 00:34

Je suis le poinçonneur des Lilas
Je fais des trous, des petits trous, encore des petits trous
Des petits trous, des petits trous, toujours des petits trous...
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 The Circus of Dr. Lao9 comments
picture12 Nov 2005 @ 00:00

Ed: "I hate to tell you this Dr., but there aren't any fish in that river. In fact, there isn't any river."

Dr. Lao: "That's ok. Me no use bait."

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 Who is afraid of NCN?79 comments
picture30 Oct 2005 @ 02:50

"It is sad for me to see the frittering of human energy on pointless finger pointing and self-defensive justification in the addictive need to be right."
----Mark Smollin - 8 Jun 2003 @ 00:27

This subject remains just as current now as when Mark Smollin’s article was first posted, almost two and a half years ago.  More >

 The Animals Stricken with The Plague16 comments
picture28 Oct 2005 @ 17:36

This Fable, by Jean de La Fontaine, is pretty much in the vein of the medieval tradition from which some of his poems drew their inspiration. The Tribunal by the animals is La Fontaine's own clever addition. The Fable subtly satirizes the hypocrisy and pretension of the jurists of his time.  More >

 Shunyata27 comments
picture23 Oct 2005 @ 23:06
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It's the truth, it's actual
Ev'rything is satisfactual
Wonderful feeling,
wonderful day,
yes sir!

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