Monthly Archives: November 2010

Then It All Goes Bang!

.   .   . A poem for the painting “Bang” by Chrome Underwood .   .   . Then it all goes Bang! The ingredients get switched.. the exploding seeds of  faraway forest floors, release pungent reminders of peach … Continue reading

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Individuality

Individuality? is not of the substance of elements. It is an organism, indivisibly occupied by elementary objects of a divergent character: if you were to attempt division, these parts would die. Myself, for instance: an entire dramatic company. Enter an … Continue reading

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the show goes on…..

Nina Camplin (Fuschia Nightfire) has just completed a machinima film based on the recent Ambiguity of Identity exhibit, held at Caerleon Isle in Second Life. The timing is perfect, imho, because the show in all its pixelated complexity was disassembled … Continue reading

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The Explore It! educational sim will open its doors in Second Life this Saturday… as reported by Chestnut Rau in her picks of the week on New World Notes today. As she notes in her post, “The village was created … Continue reading

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