If that is ambivalence I detect in your relationship with these electronic tools then I certainly share it. I wish that the physical work done here gave me a visceral, muscular feeling of satisfaction that I was using the tools of an artisan, but these tools are never more than cheap disposable plastic. I don't do anything at the BBC, they interviewed me a few times, often at great great length, about some stuff they found interesting. The one on my site is the only one I ever heard/saw, and that's pretty well because the producer sent me a CD of the spot. I don't have anywhere near all my media spots linked up because I don't remember where most of them are. I wrote poetry, too, mostly bad poetry. The fact of the matter is that I do too much, and am sorely in need of direction. I also picked up a fancy-pants DSLR camera recently, to complement my beautiful old film SLR. I have mostly loathed the DSLR but figured I should take a crack at actually using one. I can't find your blog from your profile pages but I look forward to joining your steep learning curve as it arrives at some abatement.
I might have kept that upside-down “PERISHABLE FRESH FRUIT” box because of its sturdiness. And the cassettes. Might still have those, too. That’s a silver double-cassette boom box (Magnavox?) on the far bottom left. That thing rocked. I remember blasting Paganini, Alkan, Pabst, Busoni, and the gratuitous 19th/20th virtuosi, ghetto-style, across the firmament of Main […]Read More
I don’t recall them looking like this but in April, 2012, this row of structures in what...Read More
In October I found something unusual. Put it another way: Through a selective decision-making...Read More
Too Much Is Never Enough. October 15 2020.
Morning Bathtub Ramblings. October 17, 2020.
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Here is about an hour-long video mostly on the grounds at New Calvary Cemetery. I entered Third Calvary through the Queens Boulevard entrance, exiting through the 54th Avenue gate at 4th Calvary. New Calvary is not my favorite yard in New York but I appreciate it. I’ve had a particular interest in the Columbarium of […]Read More
I must have passed this church hundreds of times before noticing that the cross inside was not just a cross but in fact a tombstone, and that the front yard of the church was a single grave occupancy cemetery for one Cornelius...Read More