Monthly Archives: October 2011

Art show on November 20, 2011 in Los Angeles

Hi everyone. I’ll be at Gallery Oranges/Sardines again this year on Sunday, November 20, 2011 from at least 11AM to 3PM. Fall by if you’re around LA that day. If anyone would like a postcard, please drop me a line … Continue reading Continue reading

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Why we live the way we live now in California

“First, as something of a preface, let’s just posit that Prop 13 has been an overall disaster for the state. After all, this is a progressive blog. If you want details of how that is the case, well, just use … Continue reading

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Bank Transfer Day: November 5, 2011

Bank Transfer Day and an interview podcast with the founder, Kristen Christian. She’s with Los Angeles Federal Credit Union, which is open to any Los Angeles resident. They have walk-in branches or you can open an account via their website. … Continue reading

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I’m with Skippy!

From now on I, too, will be donating all my ad revenue to OWS.

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/Declare

You know I hate deregulation but if it can lead to innovative online financial instruments like these (like deregulation SHOULD), I might have to rethink my opinion. Note: As with ANYTHING you do with your money, do lots of research … Continue reading

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Disturbing but I still want this book

You are not so smart. Tee hee hee.

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AAC Tour Postcard 2010

6″w x 4″h I made this postcard on the Arroyo Arts Collective Tour on November 21, 2010 Continue reading

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How to drive well

The Zipper Merge Nice to know there’s a name for it. (via)

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3 million jobs for 14 million unemployed is tragically absurd

“Labor Secretary Hilda Solis on Thursday announced a partnership with Facebook designed to connect the jobless with companies that are hiring. The Social Jobs Partnership will aggregate a variety of existing, but often little-known, job-search services on a new Facebook … Continue reading

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AAC Tour Postcard 2010

6″w x 4″h I made this postcard on the Arroyo Arts Collective Tour on November 21, 2010 Continue reading

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Appalachian Prisoners need books

And the Appalachian Prison Book Project has lost it’s funding. However, if you’d like to be part of “CONNECTING LITERACY, PRISON REFORM, AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION EFFORTS,” a trifeca if ever there was one, there’s two ways to do that: Send … Continue reading

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Tergiversation

“Là, avec « Occuper Wall Street », l’amertume et la colère suscitées par les tergiversations de M. Barack Obama, son centrisme, ses co mplaisances envers la finance, ont convaincu nombre des ses anciens électeurs que le système politique était non … Continue reading

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Collages September 2011 and before

These collages will be posting in late December forward. I’ll be in a show on Sunday, November 20, 2011 at Gallery Oranges/Sardines from 11AM to 3PM. The gallery is at 5400 Monte Vista St, Los Angeles. I’ll have more information … Continue reading Continue reading

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Fabulous prizes for Storylandia 4 contest

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Good podcast on Fair Use

Pat Aufderheide on Fair Use & Copyright. Highly listenable.

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Testing the JournalPress Google+ crosspost plugin

New collage slideshow.

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AAC Tour Postcard 2010

4″w x 6″h I made this postcard on the Arroyo Arts Collective Tour on November 21, 2010 Continue reading

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J Brown (D-Bravest Governor Ever)

“California Gov. Jerry Brown stepped into the middle of a debate over parental rights Sunday by signing legislation giving children 12 or older the power to consent to medical care involving the prevention of sexually transmitted disease.” New law lets … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs

Rest in peace, Mr. Jobs. Thanks for Pixar and everything else. post note 02-05-2012

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AAC Tour Postcard 2010

4″w x 6″h I made this postcard on the Arroyo Arts Collective Tour on November 21, 2010 Continue reading

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The Benjamin Franklin Effect

“The Benjamin Franklin Effect is the result of your concept of self coming under attack. Every person develops a persona, and that persona persists because inconsistencies in your personal narrative get rewritten, redacted and misinterpreted. If you are like most … Continue reading

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Revolutionary business culture

2011/07 Creative Mornings with Jason Fried from CreativeMornings Chicago on Vimeo. I hope this is the business/office culture of the future. It’s definitely one I can believe in. I hate loud offices and meetings.

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