Saturday, July 30, 2016

Extraordinary Discourse 288


Cuts To The Chase






[...] the primary bias of the digital media environment is for distinction. Analog media such as radio and television were continuous, like the sound on a vinyl record. Digital media, by contrast, are made up of many discrete samples.
Douglas Rushkoff 07.07.16








Saturday, July 23, 2016

Extraordinary Discourse 287


Not The Prevailing Narrative




The true nature of life - life is playing. Life is just play, and play is the essence of life.
Frederick Leboyer










Saturday, July 16, 2016

Extraordinary Discourse 286


Seeker’s Delectables





Back of our own contemporary arts of the collagist, the assembler of forms, is the ancestral, protean concept, wider and deeper, of the poet as devotee of the ensemble.
Robert Duncan,
Changing Perspectives In Reading Whitman

















Saturday, July 9, 2016

Extraordinary Discourse 285


Revelations Of Interconnection






Words are not pebbles in alien juxtaposition.
Learned Hand



Cities are about juxtaposition.
Richard Rogers












Saturday, July 2, 2016

Extraordinary Discourse 284



Stray!





I'm always trying to find 'connections' between things. That art is the juxtaposition of a lot of things that seem unrelated but add up to something recognizable.
Pat Metheny