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To read! (and other things as of April 24)

http://www.egs.edu/pdfs/jay-stern-the-necessary-lie.pdf

THE NECESSARY LIE: A PROCESS OF MEDIATED MEMORY
by Jay Stern
Wolfgang Schirmacher, Faculty Advisor
European Graduate School
May, 2003

(posting only because I’ve postponed reading this for over a year!) 887 more words

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Blogging South America: Cotopaxi and Room Service

Today we went mountain biking down Cotopaxi which, at 5 897m is one of the highest active volcanoes in the world. Driving through the Avenue of Volcanoes in the bus was quite terrifying because most of the roads are covered in layers of ash and rock and tyres kept losing grip. 554 more words

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I Dream of WordPress

Last night was pretty restless for me. I must have restless body syndrome though because I woke up with no problem (except for the usual one of setting my alarm later and later, but that is besides the point entirely) but according to my roommate, I mumbled for a lot of the night in my sleep. 161 more words

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Paying My Respects To The 47

I got up this morning to the news that Proposition 1 is failing, and is not likely to pass. Without this funding, Metro Transit will be reducing service on many routes, and eliminating many other routes entirely. 469 more words

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24 Weeks Update

How far along? 24 weeks (Technically I’m 25 weeks, but since I didn’t update last week we’ll pretend I’m 24)

Baby is the size of:  302 more words

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水曜日。

Wow. It’s been ages! Over a month! I’m the worst blogger ever (newsletter writer, newsletter sender…etc, etc…)

Cherry blossom season has already ended. It seemed to start late and end much too early this year, but it was no less magical than the springs I have been fortunate enough to spend in Japan before. 459 more words

Faith

What Makes Your Life Extraordinary?

What Makes Your Life Extraordinary?

In Dead Poet’s Society, Mr Keating takes the boys to the hallway to see the photos of past students and whispers the immortal lines, “Carpe diem. 650 more words

Writing