Saturday, May 2, 2009


There is a kind of knowing which notices motion in shadows.  It need not be a grand knowing, but when defined as a knowledge of the partial, it can be...

Thursday, April 30, 2009


It is still a question to me the extent to which cyberspace can promote the growth of real understanding. Cyberspace must always be in the past, after all, ALWAYS, -- because it lives in words. And, as Jan Cox said, TKS, This Kind of Stuff, only exists in the present. Words are of and in the past, because of, for one reason, the neurological processing time they involve. By the time a word is said, comprehended, the reality of which we are a part is already different from whatever prompted that particular word. Where is there, in cyberspace, silence. It is all words, there is no silence in cyberspace, and is that silence, or approximation thereto, not a goal? These comments of course do not address the reality of tigers, --- merely the usefulness of cyberian tigers.