Monthly Archives: July 2012

Immersion, Extraction, Re-Centering

I spent the weekend at a conference for historians, and as I walked away from the conference hotel to catch the shuttle to the airport, I found myself thinking about the processes involved in this thoroughly enjoyable social and intellectual … Continue reading

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Day 2

I wish there were a principle opposite to entropy. I chose that word for yesterday’s title because I can see the effects of entropy all around me. ¬†The state of my home has deteriorated in way that surely is attributable … Continue reading

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Entropy

The idea behind my creating this blog a while back was to develop a daily writing habit. ¬†Family emergencies and traumas and dramas have intervened, and I take that to mean that the habit was not yet firmly enough established … Continue reading

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