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posted a Quick Tip about The Spirit of Aikido. July 24, 2010
The Spirit of Aikido
This book presents some subtle and important aspects of Aikido. I especially appreciated the sword section, descriptions of "entering" philosophy, and personal accounts of Ōsensei's legacy. …
posted a Quick Tip about Bastard Out of Carolina. July 24, 2010
Bastard Out of Carolina
Raw, dangerously emotional fiction with amazing character depths and strength of perception. Allison shouts a blunt commentary on selfishness, human nature, and the loneliness of abuse. Read and weep. …
posted a Quick Tip about The Dead Girls. July 09, 2010
posted in Indie Music
The Dead Girls
These guys are the real deal if you want 1) to know where rock and roll lives nowadays 2) to hear the best rhythm section in the midwest 3) to experience legitimate guitar creativity with hooks and harmony …
posted a Quick Tip about Cat's Cradle. June 24, 2010
Cat's Cradle
Best closing line ever in a novel: "....thumbing my nose at You Know Who."
posted a Quick Tip about Mama Makes Up Her Mind : And Other Da.... June 20, 2010
Mama Makes Up Her Mind : And Other Dangers of Southern Living
If you ever heard Bailey White on National Public Radio you'll love how her voice is translated to text and how the eccentricities of the American South can be both magical and horrifying. The sense of …
posted a Quick Tip about Rubik's Cube. June 09, 2010
posted in Awesomeness
Rubik's cube
These even make great toys for toddlers who are too young to solve the puzzle. Playing still uses motor skills; recognizes patterns, colors and shapes.
posted a Quick Tip about Erik Satie. June 04, 2010
Erik Satie
I love the word romance and introspective softness of Satie. Vive le phonometrician! Much of this translates beautifully to classical guitar.
posted a Quick Tip about A Scientific Romance. June 03, 2010
A Scientific Romance
many significant thoughts from this book about the future of our world based on the impact of human abuse and neglect. BP, a quote for you:
posted a Quick Tip about Brilliance of the Moon. May 31, 2010
Brilliance of the Moon
Correction: author's first name is actually Lian, not Liam. Perfect & violent conclusion to the trilogy, by the way.
posted a Quick Tip about And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberr.... May 29, 2010
And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street
Speaking as a kid who struggled with an over-active imagination, this book is such a balm. So cool, thank goodness for Ted.
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