| Re: - tyrven [31.01.04::03:50]|| |
Wonderful! I agree that NYC is a bit intimidating; I love visiting there, but like you I doubt I could live there (although I think I could while going to school, but that's the only exception for me). I'm disappointed that you failed on your pineapple recon mission. Brave effort, though. I like your art project; I just skimmed it for now but will have to spend more time with it later. It's interesting because as much as I enjoy creating things like that, I find that I'm much more appreciative of such matters in print... I have more patience when reading a book. But that's a whole other topic altogether.
It would be cool to make it into a book. I wonder if I feel strongly enough about the photos/topics to put in that sort of effort.
I am often intrigued by the published, the tangible. Being able to touch and feel is part of the attraction, I suppose. (needs to touch everything!) which reminds me, I should check out that guy's website... the self-published poem-novel of lucifer's journal guy...
| Re: - tyrven [31.01.04::04:29]|| |
I'm glad you reminded me about that. I also have an appreciation for print (as you noticed, I'm sure, I share your obsession with the tactile). This rain is so wonderful, by the way.
that it is.
(I'm debating taking a walk out to gasworks in the rain, at the expense of proability homework. grr.)
| Re: "tut, tut, looks like rain" - tyrven [31.01.04::04:38]|| |
Ooooh... that sounds wonderful. I'm sure you'd know what I'd do. I'm not sure if that's the "right" thing or not, though ;-).
I've chosen to ignore the impulse to go to gasworks... (at least for the moment) and am going to try to work on probability. it's a matter of pride, I think. I want to have the pride of having a math major, and not give it up so easily. I'd be so disappointed in myself otherwise.