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Under the Algarrobo Tree (11 Aug 2005)
They're going to bury me under that Algarrobo Tree
(in Huancayo, Peru)
Put flowers on top of me
Pray over me...!
Cut the grass around me.
How about a fence—?
So I can rest in peace...
And write my poetry!...
Understanding Art (19 Sep 2005)
Art is anything that people add to their 'output' which is
not functionally necessary and is other than the default
properties of that output. The word "art" has been derived
from the Latin word 'ars', which, loosely translated,
Understanding Life through A River Runs Through It Movie Review (01 Aug 2005)
If you've never had the opportunity to watch the film, "A River Runs Through It," starring Craig Sheffer, Brad Pitt and Tom Skerritt, I strongly suggest you take a peak.
The film, set in Montana's breathtaking scenery between 1910 and 1935, ...
Unity: Why Its a Design Principle (19 Jan 2006)
"Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" (2004):
"Three wealthy children's parents are killed in a fire. When they are sent to a distant relative, they find out that he is plotting to kill them and seize their fortune."
The design ...
Unleashed (12 Jan 2006)
For Jet Li fans Unleashed will not be a disappointment. It has all the necessary elements to keep his fan-base happy: fights, fights and more fights. But Unleashed offers something else Jet Li fans may not have been expecting from their favorite ...
Use of Vibrational Energy to Light Up Conveyor Belts (30 Oct 2005)
As warehousing becomes more fully robotic, with robotic forklifts, automated conveyor systems and RFID tracking technologies, there will be no more need for human warehouse workers. In fact the first completely robotic warehouse used in the automo...
Use Your Reading To Boost the Opportunities, Excitement and Experience in Your Life (10 Sep 2005)
From Fiction to Fact.
There are a number of ways for you to have experiences. You can have them directly: for example, go to Zanzibar. Or you can talk to other people about Zanzibar, perhaps even some who've gone themselves. You can w...
Vampires of History and Legend (15 Aug 2005)
Vampires stalk our collective imaginations. The stars of books, movies, and even role playing games, they are at once both dangerous and alluring. No Halloween celebration would be complete without wax teeth, fake blood and a black cape.
Veteran Mirage [A short story: revised, version: 2006] (26 Jan 2006)
"Now that he's alone again—" said Muse Harding.
I stopped short of responding, I really didn't want anything to do with old man Beck. My Uncle Jeffery told me that the old man was dangerous, that he may not look or act it, but he had kind o...
View from the Stage: Coyote Highway (02 Aug 2005)
Coyote Highway - October 22, 2005
It's very late, and I'm toolin' down the highway at break neck speeds on my way back from a performance in another world. Even though the horizon is rushing towards me, it never seems to move the way I would...
Vincent Van Gogh, the Tragic Story of a Brilliant Painter (09 Oct 2005)
Twelve years after his tragic suicide, Vincent's work was discovered by a Parisian art dealer. Until then, no one, except for those who knew him personally, had ever even heard the name. Today, large sums of money are exchanged for his work.Visual Art As Communication (05 Jan 2006)
Most of us are used to regular conversational words that we may use in day-to-day life. We may even take for granted some of the things we say or hear when we have those conversations. With this there are many more sources of information that ma...
Visual Arts-As Old as Civilization (05 Dec 2005)
For as long as man has been alive, he has observed the aesthetics and beauty of life. It seems that it is innate in us to create and change and this has been demonstrated throughout the ages. Even the cave man recreated his vision and told a sto...
Voice Dubbing (10 May 2006)
Voice Dubbing is reproduction of voice by imitating of the manner of character speaking and reproduction of mannerisms, gestures, characteristics and idiosyncrasies of the concerned persons in the form of voice. Voice Dubbing is also done for non ...
Waiting For That Next Great Southwest Art? (13 May 2006)
Art work takes time to create so here are things to do while watching paint dry. First on the list is to 'clean up your
site'. Take the time to take a close look at it and tidy up a bit. Fix your jpeg's, tiff's & gif's and make sure url links matc...
Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were Rabbit (06 May 2006)
If you're in the mood to laugh yourself silly, Wallace & Gromit's "Curse of the Were-Rabbit" is a jolly good show for the whole family.
It's about a dimwitted inventor named Wallace and his sidekick dog, Gromit, coming up with a solution to ...
Walt Disney Is Coming To Town (02 Mar 2006)
In 1923, twenty-one-year-old Walt Disney arrived in Los Angeles fresh from the disappointment of his first cartoon studio going bankrupt in Kansas City. He went to see his twenty-nine-year-old brother Roy in the Veteran's Hospital were he was reco...
Walt Disneys Horror Movie (11 Sep 2005)
In 1934, when Walt Disney called for a meeting among his artists, a rumor had spread that he was going to shut the studio down and they would all be left unemployed during the great depression. Instead he personally told them in his own spellbindi...
Watch and Record HDTV on the Mac (18 Oct 2005)
The launch of the Mac mini in January started a whole new industry of people who
are designing solutions to enable the mini to be used as the basis of a home theater
set-up or as a media server.
However, for those who just want to use thei...
WDW History 101 - How to buy 27,000 acres of land and no one notice (21 Dec 2005)
Thinking of walking from the Magic Kingdom to Epcot? Think again!
People, especially those who haven't been to Walt Disney World in many years, always comment to me about how huge WDW really is. Actually, most people don't realize how much l...
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