The Politics of Dancing

I listened as one person complained, bitterly, about how the evil in the world was killing us, and she didn’t realize her employer was part of the problem, not part of the solution. Amusing to me. Some veiled comment about politics, which made me think about the song,The Politics of Dancing in its completely 80’s […] read more

First Folio Stories

This borders more on obsession than First Folio Stories, but a nice review of what I hope is a library book for me – all about Folger’s magnificent obsession. I don’t share quite the same level of obsession with Shakespeare scholarship. #Shakespeare […] read more

Thank You

Top of a coffee package, sort of says it all, Thank You for supporting a family-owned business. Which is what this is. is small, family-owned business. More like a single person, but whatever. The essence is the same. And yes, thank you for supporting this business […] read more

Web Design

Consider, too, I’m certainly not a web designer, and web design is not a strong point with me. Which made this short medium piece intriguing. Number 7 caught my attention, Neo-Classical. What I’m aiming for these days. Got a new one, fixing to adjust the main screen. Hold on, Mercury is just about retrograde. And […] read more

Mercury Retrograde

This article about Mercury made me think about the current state of affair, with Mercury headed into its Retrograde Pattern, and the recent understanding that Mercury is a very dense planet. Maybe 4 times the gravitational pull, or density, of, say, Earth? Them small ones can pack quite a punch, no? I read it online, […] read more

Scraped from the Web

'TNT has set a pilot order for Will, “a series about a young William Shakespeare told in raucous style,” from Craig Pearce, the longtime writing partner of Baz Luhrmann, the filmmaker behind The Great Gatsby and Moulin Rouge — so that should give you some idea of what to expect should Will go to series.' […] read more

Shakespeare’s Plays

Shakespeare’s Plays Reordered 1590–91 Henry VI, Part II 1590–91 Henry VI, Part III 1591–92 Henry VI, Part I 1592–93 Richard III 1592–93 Comedy of Errors 1593–94 Titus Andronicus 1593–94 Taming of the Shrew 1594–95 Two Gentlemen of Verona 1594–95 Love’s Labour’s Lost 1594–95 Romeo and Juliet 1596 Edward III (1) 1595–96 Richard II 1595–96 A […] read more

The RSS Feed

The symbol, it’s simple, usually three waves, like radio waves or visual indications of audio, or something. Originally, RSS was to serve up podcast files, but anymore, it’s my preferred method of reading long and short bits. The symbol may look like this. Should be on most serial websites. Anyone who pops out material with […] read more

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