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Motley

Invest me in my motley; give me leave/ To speak my mind… As You Like It, Act 2, Scene 7 To-day I am introducing myself and my blog again. It was my 2012 creative venture, both scrapbook and journal, an … Continue reading

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Pessimist or Optimist?

More  “isms”… how much time have I spent trying to understand capitalism, communism, terrorism,  atheism, secular humanism, existentialism, feminism… the list goes on and on!?  I think I have worked out a personal understanding and point of view on many … Continue reading

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Interrobang and Motley

I am celebrating Post #54. This morning I took new pictures of Motley and Interrobang. Both Motley, our nine months old cockapoo, and my blog are named by a character from Shakespeare. Jacques is the “licensed fool” dressed in motley. … Continue reading

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Neophiliac or neophobe?

    Neophiliacs tend to chase the new at all costs. Neophobes—also known as fuddy-duddies—tend to avoid it. A new post on Arts and Letters Daily, reviewing a book about technological innovation has set me puzzling this morning.  Am I … Continue reading

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Interrobang, the motley dragon

The blog template recommends that users choose a “Gravatar”, an image that will immediately identify their blog or comment among a list. Not wanting to frighten users away, instead of a personal photo I chose my little motley dragon, Interrobang. … Continue reading

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