Archive for July, 2006

My Second Life or how we are creating a new generation of Otakus

This is the first of my meta-posts. Check out the body of this post for a definition of this term. The featured photographer of this series is Automatt. Check out his flickr site.

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The problem with Second Life

This post is part of the meta-post My Second Life or how we are creating a new generation of Otakus. This post contains my opinions of the Second Life experience.

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Miami Vice, the movie reviewed

This post is part of the meta-post My Second Life or how we are creating a new generation of Otakus. It contains my review of the new movie Miami Vice.

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Whistler, new summer TV series reviewed

This post is part of the meta-post My Second Life or how we are creating a new generation of Otakus. This post contains the initial review of the new summer TV series Whistler.

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Big Brother Australia, UK and USA updates 31.07.2006

This post is part of the meta-post My Second Life or how we are creating a new generation of Otakus. It contains all of the updates for the Big Brother reality TV shows for Australia, UK and USA.

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Fragmentation of Family, Part I

This is the first part in a series of essays on the fragmentation of the modern family. The introduction to this series is located here. It is also part of the meta-post My Second Life or how we are creating a new generation of Otakus.

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I guess that the fragmentation of the modern family is just a symptom of our modern society. Teenagers leave home to study, parents retire in the South and kids leave the nest. Families do their own diaspora and end up at the four corners of the state, country or world.

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Synchronicity of dreams or how relationships need work

A monster of a post on a Saturday, clocking close to 2000 words. In this post I cover the movie Break Up, Chartreuse, Aquaman and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip TV pilots reviewed, Architecture of Pain and Fragmentation of Family, Synchronicity of Dreams, Rocketboom, some Big Brother UK and Australia, some linkage and more!

Today’s featured photographer is khushroo with his impossible colors and definition. Check out his/her flickr site!

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The City of the Void or how I follow through on some more reviews

In this post, I cover some Big-Brother, the movie My Super Ex-Girlfriend, a recipe for vegetarian Thai lentil soup, the book Chasm City by Alastair Reynolds and more!

Today’s featured photographer is Rod Monkey. Check out his beautiful pictures of architecture.

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Scanning things darkly or how I write about self-employment

In this post, I cover the last few Rocketboom episodes and news from Amanda Congdon, some Big Brother Australia and UK, the TV shows Saved and Kyle XY, my own personal dog food recipe, Mr Range on contractual and self-employed work, memediggers and more!

Today’s featured photographer is cageitfallsinto. He has some superb vistas and night photography. Most of the rest of the photos are from the HDR pool on flickr. You can see this as a photographical revue of HDR photography.

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The comment post or how we all need to get along

This is a reverse post, I’m still completing my usual post in its usual format. I just thought I’d mention a few things and write about a few subjects that I was thinking about.

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