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My latest column for Sluice magazine

The Dunning-Kruger Supremacy

The latest issue of Sluice magazine has just been published, containing lots of great reads and interesting images, plus my regular comment column which this time explores the triumph of stupid, inept people who are too stupid and inept to know how inept and stupid they are. 82 more words

Art World

Today in Transportation History - 1837: Birthday of a Globe-Spanning Engineer

Francis Goold Morony Stoney, an engineer whose accomplishments and influence extended to transportation infrastructure across the globe, was born in County Tipperary in Ireland. Early on in his career, he worked on building railways in Ireland. 306 more words


Highlights from Exchange Rates II: Artist-Run Spaces & 10 Minute Talks

Exchange Rates II: The Bushwick International Expotook place October 20-23 in Bushwick, Brooklyn. In searching the official event listings I was first led to a currency converting page wherein the Euro was the star currency for understandable reasons. 507 more words

weakest link

Year 2013 collection. “The weakest link in a chain is the strongest because it can break it.” Stanislaw Jerzy Lec



Norfork Tailwater News: AGFC

FROM AGFC Trout Biologist Christy Graham:

Hello Everyone,

As you may recall, I sent you all an e-mail last month regarding round the clock generation on Norfork. 

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