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My artistic contribution following the Charlie Hebdo massacre. #JeSuisCharlie BTW The image of the boy on the right was derived from Calvin & Hobbes. See the Gawker story of its origin. The fountain pen is a gorgeous Classic Pens LB2 Kimono Daichi (from Collectors Weekly). These Maki-e pens are hand-painted in Japan with a gold and lacquer process.   […]

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Not heard of Rémi Gaillard? If so, the chances are that is because you still only believe in traditional mainstream media, i.e. you watch television, read newspapers and surf only the established sources on line. Rémi happens to be the most watched humorist in the world — and that is ONLY on line. See here his prankster film on some crazy places to play squash.

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Over the last few days, I have read a number of reports of the horrors of PowerPoint.  It seemed to start with the New York Times article about the illusionary trap of Powerpoint presentations used by US Army ‘intelligence’ which stimulated a post by Jonathan Salem Baskin and another by Seth Godin “PowerPoint makes us […]

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Quick Review of Monty Python’s Spamalot on Broadway, NYC Spam, spam, spam, bacon & spamalot – internet emails meet On Broadway ? While in New York, my wife and I had a 4th July evening to ourselves (celebrating our independence) and decided to hit Broadway. Our choice: Spamalot at the Shubert Theatre, NYC. It was […]

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I would like to share with you with a little thought today. There used to be a time when I thought it desirable to live life in the fast lane. What does that mean? Well, by my understanding it means living with time whizzing by, memories blurring, names & faces forgotten and years merging into […]

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