May 5, 2012
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May 5, 2012
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I remember dancing, twirling wildly under the bright lights of that room, every light diffracted, every moment diffracted to infinity. I remember feeling such a swell of love and joy that I knew would never last forever. I remember the happiness so endless that I could taste the sadness of its memory already.

May 5, 2012
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like an astronaut, coming back but never the same

You can never go back to the place you came from, because the place you came from no longer exists. The you which came from the place where you came from which no longer exists also does not exist.

Nov 21, 2011
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Wikipedia is something special. It is like a library or a public park. It is like a temple for the mind. It is a place we can all go to think, to learn, to share our knowledge with others.
L11 1118 combo5/en/US - Wikimedia Foundation
Nov 10, 2011
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The problem is not the humanities as a discipline (who can blame a discipline?), the problem is its members. We are insufferable. We do not want change. We do not want centrality. We do not want to speak to nor interact with the world. We mistake the tiny pastures of private ideals with the megalopolis of real lives. We spin from our mouths retrograde dreams of the second coming of the nineteenth century whilst simultaneously dismissing out of our sphincters the far more earnest ambitions of the public at large—religion, economy, family, craft, science.
Onticology– A Manifesto for Object-Oriented Ontology Part I « Larval Subjects .
Nov 10, 2011
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What would you do if there were no conflict? It would be deadly. Working with conflict is precisely the idea of walking on the spiritual path. The path is a wild, winding mountain road with all kinds of curves; there are wild animals, attacks by bandits, all kinds of situations cropping up. As far as the occupation of our mind is concerned, the chaos of the path is the fun.
ECOLOGY WITHOUT NATURE: Chaos Is Part of the Fun
Nov 7, 2011
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He parks in handicapped spaces.
Steve Jobs’s Real Genius : The New Yorker
Nov 6, 2011
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As the director described it, World on a Wire is “a very beautiful story that depicts a world where one is able to make projections of people using a computer. And, of course, this leads to the uncertainty of whether someone himself is a projection, since in the virtual world projections resemble reality. Perhaps another, larger world has made us as a virtual one? In this sense it deals with the old philosophical model, which here takes on a certain horror.” (via MoMA | MoMA Presents: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s World on a Wire)


But wait, there’s more:

Physicists Leonard Susskind and Gerard ’t Hooft stressed that the lesson should be general: Since the information required to describe physical phenomena within any given region of space can be fully encoded by data on a surface that surrounds the region, then there’s reason to think that the surface is where the fundamental physical processes actually happen. Our familiar three-dimensional reality, these bold thinkers suggest, would then be likened to a holographic projection of those distant two-dimensional 
physical processes.

As the director described it, World on a Wire is “a very beautiful story that depicts a world where one is able to make projections of people using a computer. And, of course, this leads to the uncertainty of whether someone himself is a projection, since in the virtual world projections resemble reality. Perhaps another, larger world has made us as a virtual one? In this sense it deals with the old philosophical model, which here takes on a certain horror.” (via MoMA | MoMA Presents: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s World on a Wire)

But wait, there’s more:

Physicists Leonard Susskind and Gerard ’t Hooft stressed that the lesson should be general: Since the information required to describe physical phenomena within any given region of space can be fully encoded by data on a surface that surrounds the region, then there’s reason to think that the surface is where the fundamental physical processes actually happen. Our familiar three-dimensional reality, these bold thinkers suggest, would then be likened to a holographic projection of those distant two-dimensional 
physical processes.

Nov 6, 2011
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the shadow-self of the White Lodge. The legend says that every spirit must pass through there on the way to perfection. There, you will meet your own shadow self. My people call it ‘The Dweller on the Threshold’ … But it is said, if you confront the Black Lodge with imperfect courage, it will utterly annihilate your soul.
Black and White Lodge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nov 6, 2011
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To live is to be fragile,
So is it a fault to nurture a dream?
Oh moth! What is life to you?
You’ve been exhausted ever since you lost your cozy pupa,
You’ve carried the weight of time upon your back
And gasped for breath
While taking a rest
After such a short journey,
Then started on another voyage
Into an unknown future.

While most of human kind are in the sleep of slaves
The earth runs on at full tilt, like a frightened thief,
With every burden on its shoulders
Looking for the chance to cast them off.
Only the few who cannot sleep so easily
Know and await the coming punishing—
The magnificent shipwreck on the promised land.

excerpt from Eiko's adaptation of Mitsuharu Kaneko's “A MOTH”, featured in the original program for Eiko & Koma's White Dance
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