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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Really hard to read about Japan this morning and remember the polar bears bathing….

“Even for a country used to earthquakes, this one was of horrific proportions because of the tsunami that crashed ashore, swallowing everything in its path as it surged several miles (kilometers) inland before retreating. The apocalyptic images of surging water and uncontrolled conflagrations broadcast by Japanese TV networks resembled scenes from a Hollywood disaster movie.

Large fishing boats and other sea vessels rode high waves into the cities, slamming against overpasses or scraping under them and snapping power lines along the way. Upturned and partially submerged vehicles were seen bobbing in the water. Ships anchored in ports crashed against each other.

The tsunami roared over embankments, washing anything in its path inland before reversing directions and carrying the cars, homes and other debris out to sea. Flames shot from some of the houses, probably because of burst gas pipes.

Waves of muddy waters flowed over farmland near Sendai, carrying buildings, some on fire, inland as cars attempted to drive away. Sendai airport was inundated with cars, trucks, buses and thick mud deposited over its runways.”

03.11.11 Posted in Something I Saw

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No Talking Right Now

South By Southwest is coming.  Now streaming a  ton of new bands on NPR – and free downloads on itunes.

03.10.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Saw

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New Humanism

Dawn broke with Asher lying arms spread between Stephie and me. Stared at their lips.

Read David Brooks on the train coming in today.  Felt like a rush of truth.  Like he had laid out a manifesto of what I have been photographing all this time.   YES it is simplistic!   YES it is only a series of ideas.   But the ideas ring true.  “We emphasize things that are rational and conscious and are inarticulate about the processes down below. We are really good at talking about material things but bad at talking about emotion. “

Listening to Regina Spektor – Live in London – love her.   Remember her singing, “Hallelujah” solo at a 92nd St. Y program on Jewish Songwriters.

Getting alittle messed up by comment sections.  I like a restaurant and it is trashed.  I love a show and I totally missed the point.   I go to recommend a hotel, a book, even the above mentioned David Brooks article and how can I be so ignorant!

With all that, I would so appreciate comments on the ipad app at the itunes store. Response so far has been so positive.  Want to share.

03.08.11 Posted in Photos

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I need you so much closer

This is back when I first met Stephie in 2003.  She was still living on her farm outside of Nashville.  I was driving on Lincoln Blvd in Santa Monica to LAX on my way to visit her.   KCRW was playing “Transatlanticism” and I was hearing it for the first time.  After about 5 minutes I pulled over, mesmerized by the chorus, “I need you so much closer. I need you so much closer.”  It went on for another 10 minutes or so, before they announced the band, “Death Cab for Cutie” who no one had heard of yet.    I went onto the airport, flew to Nashville.  Stephie picked me up with a mouthful of Altoids.

We drove out to the farm and at lunch were checking out the Nashville Scene for what music was going on.   It turns out “Death Cab for Cutie” was playing that very night at a bar downtown.   We went to the show, and there was a line around the block.  It was totally sold out.  I found someone out front who had a single ticket for sale.  Then begged another ticket at the box office.  I told them I had flown in for the show and had a really special date.

After an amazing opening set by Mates of State, Death Cab came on and we were listening to, “Transtlanticism” live, just feet from the band.   I think it is a song about long distance relationships, but sometimes the distance is only inches.

03.04.11 Posted in Everything Is Connected, Photos

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Things I Like


I like getting a call today that someone found the camera I lost last October 16th at the Farmer’s Market in Montclair and the pictures (including this one) are still there.

I like getting my marching orders from 3 year olds “daddygotakethenewjerseytransitdoubledeckertraintopennstationgetonthe#1localsubwaytotimessquaregettheStraintograndcentralgotothestorebehindtheescalatorgototheshelfinthebackofthestoreandbuyaCsubwaycarthengetonyourbicycleandridereallyfastbackhome”

I like getting emails from Oh My Rockness and listening to their streaming radio station. (how DO you find new music?)

I like bowls of noodles with duck on top, although the duck three ways at Annisa last night was so beyond a pond and bunch of lilypads, it gave way to a long tale of ducks taking over Maplewood this morning.

I like the sign above the toilet at work that says, “OK GO!”

I like short simple posts that end right here.

03.03.11 Posted in Personal Work, Photos

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