Bufflehead Cabin

How public, like a frog
To tell your name the livelong day
To an admiring bog!

— Emily Dickinson


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El Laberinto by LuisBeltrán http://flic.kr/p/bhySBP

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Dragon and Waves (c. 1827 - 1831) by Utagawa Kuniyoshi


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Webb Wilder - Too Much To Dream




Yosemite Camping 1912, 

Summertime goal.


Saw one of these while I was paddling through the channel at the lake..photo by Kathy Watson

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Indus Valley Terracotta Vessel
Origin: Western India
Circa: 3500 BC to 2000 BC
Dimensions: 4” (10.2cm) high x 6.25” (15.9cm) wide

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The New Sciences of Networks & Complexity: A Short Introduction

From Cad­mus, this is a nice intro­duc­tion and overview to net­work and com­plex­i­ty sci­ence.

ARTI­CLE | Novem­ber 10, 2013 | BY Raoul Weil­er, Juri Engel­brecht

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This paper

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Marilyn Myller: A New Stop-Motion Animation Made with Styrofoam Puppets and Long-Exposure Light Effects by Mikey Please


Henry Mosler

The lost cause (1869)

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There might still be a way that we can invest in the future of our hearts. We don’t need to leave the binary husks of our relationships behind us. But we must be more considered with everything we do online, not just our flirtations. The temptation to tag, cite, post and discover others through their front-facing digital avatars is great, but the rewards of love under the radar are more profound. Love undocumented is love unadvertised and unexploited; it is love that will fade gently, like a photograph, instead of creeping up, algorithmically, like a Google image search result.

Clifton on the Job in Arkansas

[Working for the Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC). I’ve always felt that Archeology offers a great balance between physical & mental, outside & inside, past & present work. ]

Fake it but can’t make it.

If the first rule of a dysfunctional system is ‘Don’t talk about it,’ then our primary goal should be to tell the truth, to be as honest as we can manage to be. When I read something truthful, something real, I breathe a deep sigh of relief and say, ‘Fantastic - I wasn’t mad or alone in thinking that, after all!’ So often we are left to our own devices, struggling in the dark with this external and internal propaganda system. At that point, for someone to tell us the truth is a gift. In a world where people all around us are lying and confusing us, to be honest is a great kindness.

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