15 February 2010


"Write a blog post that took weeks of reflection before you heard the inner voice that needed to come out," advises Jaron Lanier. [1] It's a good enough cue for a pause in this blog while I crack on with the book with which it's associated.

[1] You Are Not A Gadget (2010)


Sky Pape said...

Greetings, Caspar,

I happened upon your blog when I was looking news of the sculpture park of forams in China. What a treasure trove of info and images and inspiration of all sorts you provide here! Many thanks, and good luck with your book. Kind regards, Sky

Paul Bindel said...

Dear Caspar,

Greetings! I am a graduate student at the University of Oregon who very much enjoys reading your blog. Below is an analogy from Henry David Thoreau's /A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers/ that reminded me of your interests:

"It is so rare to meet with a man out-doors who cherishes a worthy thought in his mind, which is independent of the labor of his hands. Behind ever mans' busy-ness there should be a level of undisturbed serenity and industry, as within the reef encircling a coral isle there is always an expanse of still water, where the depositions are going on which will finally raise it above the surface." (from "Friday")

All best, Paul