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September 27, 2004

the makeshift curtain

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 2:29 pm





my wardrobe

full of faded clothes

Monday morning




community play

a small boy peeps under

the makeshift curtain



in English-Language Haiku  (Jim Kacian, Dee Evetts, eds. Red Moon Press, 2001)  





exhaust fan



                         full moon

one-breath pundit  

    • Why are people surprised that viewers of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart 

      are more likely than non-viewers to know candidate’s positions and backgrounds?  A joke is

      only funny if you “get” the allusion and context.(See Annenberg Study; via beSpacific)

    • Will everyone who has NOT made a bad Cat-Stvens-song-title pun in the past 5 days please raise

      their hand?  The rest of us need to exercise more discipline and creativity.

    • Saturday, Ernie Svenson marvelled at a one-post only “ephemeral blog“.  We explored this topic last year, while asking Does the Blogosphere Exist?, and spotlighting the weblog vespertine, which got 300 page hits 4 months after its single, two-sentence post.  (Also, see the Perseus Report)

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