marginaliais the Latin word for 'things in the margin', and refers to writing or decoration in the margins of a manuscript. I am exploring the edges and margins of our world through photographs and writing.
...from May 24, 2012...
I was too busy writing elsewhere to write here this time last year. So many words, so little time...
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Category Archives: writing
Yay! We went live with Fresh New Day this morning – not exactly countless hours, but uncounted hours of concentrated effort to get what is perhaps our most ambitious project off the ground. It doesn’t look like there’s much going … Continue reading
There’s been a flurry of working going on over at our new initiative, Fresh New Day. Marica and I have begun creating a document of our everyday world – using photography and writing to learn more, notice more, to explore … Continue reading
Once there was a well known philosopher and scholar who devoted himself to the study of Zen for many years. On the day that he finally attained enlightenment, he took all of his books out into the yard, and burned … Continue reading
One of the nervous moments people experience is the thought of their parents – you know – doing it. Not doing it, doing IT. Somehow the thought of our grandparents doing it isn’t so bad, and great grandparents – well, … Continue reading
Well, long and cold, and while I have known lonely winters, this hasn’t been one of them. I haven’t written here for what seems like forever, but I have been writing like a mad thing over at the two new … Continue reading
A word cloud based on lines from Carl Sandburg’s ‘The People Yes’, created with help from Wordle. I’ve written about the poem previously, and said how it ‘describes me and most of my days’. Of late that has been more … Continue reading
How to take a trip and never have to leave the farm. Dates me – and possibly you too, if you remember the Jim Stafford song about the Wildwood Weed. No, I haven’t been exploring the apparent joys of having … Continue reading
Tidying up some of my papers, decluttering the past, I found a handwritten note (in my hand writing)… The road to monkey heaven is a) paved b) littered c) barricaded with good intentions While I’ve really liked finding the various … Continue reading
I was talking about my new online Japanese haiku tiddlywiki with one of my workmates. He was saying how he’d like a tiddlywiki to create manuals etc, but the whole online hosting drama was just a pain when you’re not … Continue reading