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The Problem of Comics Temporality, Part Two: Gilbert Hernandez

Here is a provocative question: is it possible to have an ellipse in comicbook storytelling?  On the one hand, every transition from one discrete or adjoining panel to another is potentially elliptical, leaving out an immeasurable amount of narrative time or information.  1,436 more words


Phrenomenology: Zahavi, Dennett and the End of Being

We are led back to these perceptions in all questions regarding origins, but they themselves exclude any further question as to origin. It is clear that the much-talked-of certainty of internal perception, the evidence of the cogito, would lose all meaning and significance if we excluded temporal extension from the sphere of self-evidence and true givenness.

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October 21b- Empowerment and goals

Dear October,

what is the next right move? You might ask. Feeling good and getting a sense of direction. Actually I do. There is an idea that has been like a seed planted in my mind, and it starts growing. 220 more words

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Mountain vs. Temporality

by Jed Pressgrove

Mountain has received a lot of attention and analysis due to the perception that it isn’t like other games. This hype underlines “mountain simulator” strangeness and only represents a half-truth. 943 more words

Song of the Week: 'Temporary Home' by Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood’s ‘Temporary Home’ may be slightly sadder on the surface compared to most of my picks for Song of the Week, but I think this song carries such simple and powerful messages about life. 231 more words

Past Experiences~Present Ramifications

Good morning from San Francisco,

It is not quite 6:00 a.m. here in the Bay Area, but I am awake ( my internal clock is still three hours later and on East coast time. 1,512 more words

October 18- Plan without planning

Hello dear October,

I fell on this quote as I was looking for planning ideas and it seemed to answer my yesterday question: To Plan or not to Plan? 90 more words

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