Friday, February 29, 2008

Organic Love Dance Deemed Most Beautiful

Pilobolus: A performance merging dance and biology (video)
Otis Cook and Jennifer Macavinta perform the organic love dance, "Symbiosis."
The music, recorded by the Kronos Quartet on Nonesuch Records, is a compilation of works: "God Music" from Black Angels by George Crumb, "Fratres" by Arvo Pärt, and "Morango ... Almost a Tango" by Thomas Oboe Lee.

The flow and tenderness of the dance defies time and gravity -- something you'll never see of hear on prime time game shows with dime store dancing. Much freedom is given the dancers by the liberating music of Crumb, Part and Lee. Many dancers never seem to understand how restricting so much of popular music really is.

I hope you enjoy this. It is worth the wait.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Business on the Web in 2013

Some ideas on the future of the web.

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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The End of America

Naomi Wolf

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Hey Jude

I Drink Your Milkshake

Saturday Night Live (SNL) on February 23, 2008. Parody of Oscar nominated films: There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men, and Juno.

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Adobe AIR 1.0 is out!

The Adobe® AIR™ runtime lets developers use proven web technologies to build rich Internet applications that deploy to the desktop and run across operating systems.What type of developer are you?

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Monday, February 25, 2008

Tift Merritt on Jay Leno tonight

Tift Merritt with Emmylou Harris - TIFT MERRITT - North Carolina / NYC -

Iddybud Journal: Iraq-Recession Campaign

Iddybud Journal: Iraq-Recession Campaign

Jude's excellent summation of the Iraq-Recession Campaign...


"This morning, former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate John Edwards and his wife Elizabeth Edwards joined top anti-Iraq war leaders to announce the launch of a new nationwide, multimillion dollar campaign aimed at shining a light on the cost of war in Iraq. The new Iraq/Recession Campaign was launched with a teleconference.

As economic concerns weigh heavily on the minds of Americans, opposition to President Bush's reckless war in Iraq continues to grow. The massive cost of the war in Iraq- hurtling toward one trillion dollars - has increased demand for a strategy to bring U.S. troops home. The Iraq/Recession Campaign will highlight the majority of Americans who want to see leadership on investing in critical priorities at home and establishing real security throughout the world."