Thursday, July 23, 2009

Entry #207

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Entry #206

1963, 102 mins. Directed by Jean-Luc Godard.
With Brigitte Bardot, Michel Piccoli, Jack Palance, Fritz Lang. With eye-popping widescreen photography, French New-Wave master Godard creates his most lavish and thoroughly enjoyable movie, an audacious meditation on modern moviemaking, literature, and marriage. (Not rated) Via

NYT Article

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Entry #205

Monday, July 13, 2009

Entry #204

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Entry #203: Ah, we meet again

It may be a general principle that the transcriptional targets of a signaling pathway is repressed in the absence of its signal. I read that line in some chemistry book and tried to place it in a social context. My thesis is that estranging from people is an authentic example of a weakening social fabric which leads to an intense attraction with the self. Never mind the friends, school, work, domestic chores, and...

And in the absence of activity there is a revival of inner thought, self-observation, and self-analysis. This is not a good way of attaching oneself to another. In a sense, we consist of large movements of centrifugal like bodies who disperse existence beyond our limits.

So to sit and contemplate and reflect is personal and egotistical. His passions produce nothing and so they are futile imaginings. And what he states is love is not so. It's a meditation on his love (my brain is hurting).

Egotistical bastard that makes others worry and the mere push for change of some sort is swept aside as if though he is that one person who could reflect on his own consciousness. It is impossible to produce action in a purely undetermined state!

So lad, your own wretched misery has been antiqued and studied. And I am not to blame.

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Entry #202

22miles bike ride around the city yesterday culminating in a Midtown-based rooftop view of fireworks.

Thursday, July 02, 2009

Entry #201:

The High Line is one of those places that everyone at work is exclaiming glory, hallelujah over. I walked there and thought it strange that no one does exactly what we want. Relevant questions like these tend to occur at high places.

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Entry #200: View International Space Station this weekend!

This is why it pays to view NASA press releases:

Space Station Appearing Nationwide Over July 4 Weekend

As America celebrates its 233rd birthday this holiday weekend, there will be an extra light in the sky along with the fireworks. Across the country, Americans will be treated to spectacular views of the International Space Station as it orbits 220 miles above Earth.

Many locations will have unusually long sighting opportunities of as much as five minutes, weather permitting, as the station flies almost directly overhead.

View press release here

And New York schedule here

Interpreting the Data