Monthly Archives: February 2014

Day by Day 64

At the counter, a beard and beanie was talking to the tattoos behind the espresso machine. “It’s just like, I feel the stagnation all over. I went to college and studied art, but no one there just like thinks anything. They don’t know anything. The radio stations, they don’t play anything and the artists…” Tattoos nodded her head, her hand

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Day by Day 63

Introducing: a simple concept that helps when conversations get annoying This is a continuation of Day by Day 62. In it, I mentioned two levels of truth. This is what I meant. I. The Basic Level of Human Perception As creatures, the basic level of truth is human perception. Every human is able to see and describe truths that can

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Week by Week 1

Intro: Have no time to listen to this? Then listen to it while you are on your fifteen minute facebook break. This is the weekly podcast. This is Week by Week. Okay. Enough over-written intros. This week: A round table discussion between Moses Bratrud, Brianna Ruffatto, Caleb W., Matthew P. Michaelis, and Josiah Warner. We talk about social media, bending

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Day by Day 62

Introducing: a paraphrase of Augustine St. Augustine once said something about how he not only writes what he knows, but that he writes so that he may know. That is certainly true for writing, but it seems equally true for conversation. In pursuit of clarity, perhaps I approach concepts and methods far too methodically. For example, I like to think

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Day by Day 61

Introductory Glances Day by Day is an exercise in collecting the new thoughts and conversations that happen to me each day. They strike me as profound, important, and delightful. In this Age of Social Media, I will usually keep it concise, concentrated, and audio-d. Most statements are declarative, because that is how they were presented to me. I. General Truths

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