Monthly Archives: May 2010

Why to belive in others

I can hear the Carnaval parade in the kitchen through the open door to the backyard. Simon and Christopher are outside in the garden building a vegetable bed. After the torrential downpours of a few days ago everything is growing. … Continue reading

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Who, What, When, Where & How

If you are interested in participating in the first meeting of the San Francisco Information Society on Sunday, June 13th, please send me a little note here with your mailing address as I will be sending physical invitations with full … Continue reading

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The Myth of Meritocracy in Fine Arts and Group Strategy

“If salesmanship is an expression of artistic talent, it would be interesting to analyze how some of the successful artists achieved their recognition. Below, I am going to give some case studies. In “Time Out Guide to the Saatchi Gallery”, … Continue reading

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Sunday, June 13th: Semiotics, Cribbage, and the Exquisite Corpse

It is not without trepidation (not to mention a cool dose of self-admonishment towards my own romantic notions) that I attempt to make manifest a vague, yet insistent, fantasy. I fear coming off as disingenuous or foolishly idealistic, but the … Continue reading

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Pure Energy

The San Francisco Information Society was born out of almost a year’s worth of conversations centering around social relationships and their ability to impact – for better or worse – one’s intellectual and creative development. It is the intention of … Continue reading

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