Archive for March, 2005

Through the first overhang

Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Overhang0

Well, you did this indoor.

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From “Memoirs of a Revolutionist”

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005

Having been brought up in a serf-owner’s family, I entered active life, like all young men of my time, with a great deal of confidence in the necessity of commanding, ordering, scolding, punishing and the like. But when, at an early stage, I had to manage serious enterprises and to deal with [free] men, and when each mistake would lead at once to heavy consequences, I began to appreciate the difference between acting on the principle of command and discipline and acting on the principle of common understanding. The former works admirably in a military parade, but it is worth noting where real life is concerned, and the aim can be achieved only through the severe effort of many converging wills.

O’Hare

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005

Hi again, .

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El Chorro

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005

第一次攀岩,是在El Chorro

Tvaa

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O Brave New World!

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Bernardo Huberman wrote: “As more and more people rely on the Internet, more creativity is bound to be unleashed, which will in turn provide new challenges to institutions and governments, who will then react only to be challenged again. ”

A Sense of Self, and Outrage

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

This is sad.

A man who was so intent on generating a remarkable voice that he retyped Hemingway’s novels just to understand how it was done, gave a final bit of dramatic tribute in turning a gun on himself.

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History Flow

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

IBM’s history flow project: visualizing dynamic, evolving documents and

the interactions of multiple collaborating authors.

Most documents are the product of continual evolution. An essay may undergo dozens of revisions; source code for a computer program may undergo thousands. And as online collaboration becomes increasingly common, we see more and more ever-evolving group-authored texts. This site is a preliminary report on a simple visual technique, history flow, that provides a clear view of complex records of contributions and collaboration.

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Goddess and Writing

Monday, March 28th, 2005

Godess

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恐龙时代

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

星期天的早晨

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海水为什么是灰色的?

Saturday, March 26th, 2005

Rriver3

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