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Links 1 through 10 of 2062 Hugh Blackmer's Bookmarks

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...<b>The business coalition sees the service coalition as composed of useless moochers, and the service coalition sees the business coalition as greedy bastards</b>. If it were merely a clash of objective interests, it really wouldn’t be much of a clash. A healthy business environment needs schools and hospitals and public infrastructure to backstop it, and nobody is made happy by a business cycle downturn. There’s tension at the margin, but it’s not a zero-sum world. Layered on top is, I think, a raw level of gut-level dislike — <b>both kinds of people think the other kind of people are clueless about what really matters in life</b>.

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the late William Harris's most marvelous site, via Dave Weinberg's Joho the Blog: http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/2011/10/01/2b2k-open-access-to-a-life-of-work/

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wow. "...what was there was Michigan Avenue, which had been there in the first place, and which I had seen hundreds and hundreds of times–only I had not seen it like I was seeing it now. The sky was blue, as it often was, only this time it was not only blue, but it was…thick. It had a texture. If I could have reached up and taken a piece of sky between my thumb and finger, I could have felt it. The buildings were stone, and brown, and bluish gray, and tall–like always, only I felt they were somehow curving, huddling together, and arching out over the street. And the cars! The cars were all these amazing colors, moving along like big beetles, metallic and rounded, and shiny. I could see the air too. It was all amazing. Something had happened to my eyes, or my brain, while I was away inside the painting. By the time I had gotten back inside myself, <b>all my seeing settings had been changed</b>..."

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something between ecstatic and horrible... these were precisely the years when I paid any attention to 'popular' music on AM radio, and I'm transported to being 13-14-15-16. aaaaaagh!

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"...it makes sense to start thinking about how anthropologists produce and disseminate their ideas through media, where those ideas end up, and how they are received by different audiences... In the case of anthropology, it is anthropologists who read and consume what other anthropologists produce..."

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