Reelin’ in the Years – 1981

It's 1981 and I'm 19 years old. This is the year of the comeback bands. The Moody Blues, Steve Winwood, and John Lennon all had huge albums and hit singles in '81. Lesser known acts like King Crimson released a respectable comeback album. And David Byrne (see 1980) teamed up with producer and ambient wizard... Continue Reading →

Double timeout – What are the odds?

Click on image for fullsize Last night I was listening to two keyboardists whom I'd like to get more familiar with. Dave Brubeck and Bill Evans. Doing a library search for Brubeck, I came across an lp called "Time Out." When I tried to place an order for that CD through the library, I got... Continue Reading →

cruel nature

the psychiatrist c. g. jung once said something to the effect that he was horrified by a God who would create a world where living creatures eat one another... every now and then i think of that... actually, not every now and then... quite often... but I have to accept my limitations and not judge... Continue Reading →

Proteus – film about Ernst Haeckel (2004)

This is a worthwhile film about the 19th-century luminary Ernst Haeckel. I just watched it on DVD. The special features indicate that it took 22 years to make! The filmmaker creates elaborate animations of Haeckel's scientific artwork using old-school editing techniques, because he was first inspired to make the film before PCs went mainstream. Amazing.... Continue Reading →

Poor boy’s or girl’s 5-way surround sound

My bedroom is like an electronic cave. It's unbelievable how much stuff I've packed in here. Most of it is a remix of old gear than I've had kicking around for ages. This weekend, I guess partly to help getting over the loss of our pastor, I immersed myself in a new remix. The outcome... Continue Reading →


seeds, a photo by earthpages on Flickr. A lot of people freak out over dandelions. It's as if they're not part of nature and some great hostile threat to the middle class homeowner. Projection, probably. Myself, I just cut them with my push lawn mower and don't really worry about clearing them from the lawn.... Continue Reading →

When I was back there in seminary school…

Actually it wasn't seminary school like most people think. I was studying comparative religion for my Masters in a small university village in India (Santiniketan). And my specialty was on the Hindu Bhagavad Gita. But it was something of a monastic experience, even if not formally defined as such. Some of the foreign students (sounds... Continue Reading →

Why do millions claim that they “keep seeing the same number”

Not too long ago someone asked me at about all those people who claim to see recurring numbers in their lives. Clearly some think the whole idea is pure hogwash while others take it quite seriously. Some of the theoretical problems with the idea are discussed here: Why do millions claim that they "keep... Continue Reading →

Review – The Seekers Guide to Harry Potter (DVD)

This review also appears at Title: The Seekers Guide to Harry Potter Genre: Harry Potter, Fantasy, Adventure Production Company: Reality Films Harry Potter has stirred up much controversy. The bestselling children’s fantasy books have delighted literary critics, won countless awards, raised eyebrows from Christian groups, and made their author, J. K. Rowland, a billionaire.... Continue Reading →

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