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3/26/10 / Eisenberg

Kundera on tears in Life is Elsewhere [abp:0060997028] …that was wonderful; that was something that had never before happened to him, a woman crying for love of him; for him tears were the solution into which a man is dissolved when he is discontented with merely being a man and desires to free himself from [...]

3/25/10 / Chorus

Kundera on poets and poetry in Life is Elsewhere [abp:0060997028] Poetry is a domain in which all assertions become true. Yesterday the poet said: “Life is as useless as tears,” today he says: “Life is as joyous as laughter,” and he is right both times. Today he says” “Everything ends and gives way to silence,” [...]

What’s to say…

…that hasn’t already been said? It’s my feeling that everything about the human experience has already been said, if only in skeleton form. By that I mean that the content of that skeleton will continually change with the advent of new technology, new politics, new sociology, etc. But man, in his range of experiences – [...]

9/09/08 / Echo

11:09 PM Biked 24 miles today, according to my cyclocomputer!  Here’s a map: Speaking of maps, how is it that Google's are so much easier to use than both Yahoo!'s and Microsoft Live's?  I tried mapping this route first with Yahoo! and then with Live, and in both the format “Broadway and Arapahoe, Boulder, CO” [...]

8/22/08 / Anshu

3:23 PM I also got the following DVDs from the library: [abp:B00005JKGO] [abp:B00008R9KP] [abp:B000GNOGWE] I haven’t seen any of these before. 2:37 PM Happy birthday Anshu!  (It’s my brother’s birthday.) I spent a few hours at the Boulder Public Library today, where I used the internet, had a coffee at their cafe, and checked out [...]

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