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Friday, December 31, 2004
ohmygod, I feel like a newbie
Ok, so I'm writing this in MarsEdit, and though it looks kind of interesting, I'm not quite sure what I'm doing. Or why I'm doing it... Well, I guess that worked. Basically. Now if I could just get an image to upload. Wouldn't that be cool?
Note to RB: be sure to delete this one when you're done.
Well, no dice on the image thinger, but I did manage to rip of Doc's source for the Technorati "searchlet" you can see near the top of the right column. Seems to work fine, too. Call it an extended beta. Heh.
Ah, what the hell. clocke went out to buy coffee and he won't be back till after Starbucks opens (can you believe he supports those fatcat capitalist bastards?) So I might as well include this clip I came across today. With apologies to Don...
Some men are born
charlatans, some achieve charlatanry, and some have charlatanry thrust
upon them. Jung was decidedly not born a charlatan -- or at least, he was
not one throughout the whole of his career. True, he grew up in a family with a more than average number of
table-rappers, which no doubt inclined him later to the study of the
esoteric (for it certainly never occurred to him to wonder why the
esoteric was, in fact, esoteric), and was subjected in his youth to
that Teutonic windiness which comes so easily, though no means
inevitably, to those who think and write in the German language. There
is nothing quite like esoteric windiness for creating a penumbra of
profundity, to which bored society ladies are drawn like flies to dung:
and this no doubt explains how he became the Madame Blavatsky of
psychotherapy. At the same time, however, he received a thorough
grounding in classics as well as in science, spoke four languages
fluently, could read Latin as if it were his native tongue, was not bad
at Greek, and contributed several expressions to our daily
discourse -- complex, collective unconscious, archetypes, animus and
anima, persona, introvert and extrovert -- which by itself is far more
than most of us will ever achieve. This is not the same as saying,
however, that he contributed to human knowledge: for it is perfectly
possible to give names to non-existent entities.
from: Carl Jung: the Madame Blavatsky of psychotherapy by Anthony Daniels
source: New Criterion, 1 November 2003
via: HighBeam Research
Copyright © 2003 Foundation for Cultural Review
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28 October 2004
||More of Chris Locke's photos
Until a minute ago, I had no photos. I still have no photos to speak of.
I don't even have a camera. But all these people were linking to "my photos."
It was embarassing. It's still embarassing. But I'm used to that.
what I'm listening to...
egr on topica
on yahoo groups
terms of service
It is too late.