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Uh-oh, you're already missing the People's Poetry Gathering of lower Manhattan. Includes my dad's undertaker Thomas Lynch reading Poe at midnight in a graveyard.
- alex 3-30-2001 9:00 pm [link] [add a comment]

what say you blakeans?
- dave 3-30-2001 5:01 pm [link] [2 comments]

Our friend Steve DiBenedetto has a show opening this Saturday, 3/31, 6 to 8, at Baumgartner Gallery. They’ve registered a domain name, but you’ll have to go to their artnet site for a selection of Steve’s ambiguously emphatic paintings. Good stuff.
- alex 3-28-2001 1:00 am [link] [1 comment]

Creativity, Digitally Remastered : Kimmelman for NYT. (I haven't had to sign in to e nyt in a longtime) "Wanna Cookie ?" - Don Rickles

- bill 3-23-2001 6:09 pm [link] [1 ref] [add a comment]

Online art in a brick and mortar museum !?

- bill 3-19-2001 9:16 pm [link] [1 comment]

Australian science fiction writer Greg Egan, author of the mind-bending tomes Permutation City and Quarantine, among others, has a home page worth checking out. In particular, I recommend the "applets gallery," where he offers some striking Op patterns based on mathematical formulas he worked out himself. One hesitates to use the term Renaissance man, but Egan appears to be completely outstanding at everything he does.
- Tom Moody 3-11-2001 5:14 am [link] [4 comments]