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When you Need to Ride: To Camelot! yes, this post is a long time coming. Something I’ve wanted to share for a while. I’ve finally sat down and done it! 159 more words


Run Away, Run Away!

Day 18 of the #AtoZChallenge

Run Away, Run Away!

      The day the dog ran away the SPCA got a cool $100 for a half hour stay in their lovely little pet resort. 65 more words

No lack of class...

Busy, busy, busy… Friday night will see the last PythonProv performance (for now) of Spiny Norman, the team I’ve been exploring improvised Monty Python with at the iO Chicago. 153 more words

How Not to be Seen (Day 21)

AKA “Confusing my Cat” or “Not My Warhol”

prompt: from Derek Beaulieu’s prompt, which invites artists to create a digital sound performance of one of his #erasingWarhol pages (which erases everything except punctuation and sound from a: a novel. 221 more words

Gilliamesque: A Pre-Posthumous Memoir by Terry Gilliam

Of all the men who made up Monty Python the one who certainly most struck me as most interesting was Terry Gilliam. Known for his work on the animations that linked their sketches (along with often being ‘the other one’ in the sketches) he has gone on to be a revered filmmaker in his own right, including making one of my all time favourites, … 484 more words


Avicenna Part 2 or How knowledge is limited by our cultural context

This post is a little longer than usual.

Are you familiar with this expression:

“Cogito, ergo sum”

If you are not familiar with the Latin, then you may know it as: 679 more words


W4W: why your Nan can't have a catchphrase

Do you ever repeat yourself?

Maybe it’s that story about the time you met George Clooney scrabbling through packets of half-priced cereal at the supermarket… 610 more words