28 September 2010

They call it crazy. We call it science.

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Alberta recruits whistleblower to help find experts for oilsands water quality study

"... the "grain" of experimental future media (or, rather, the experimental reuse of existing media) will always start off "slightly awkward, incomplete, jittery, fizzing in and out of focus. And yet magical. (Coverage is patchy, positioning vague, interaction is compromised yet the capabilities of people, buildings and cities are extended nonetheless.)" - City of Sound writes Via
"Have you ever looked at something and it's crazy, and then you looked at it in another way and it's not crazy at all?" - Roy Neary
"Never force someone into a pose; it will never look natural." - Ted Smuskiewicz
"Not everything that is more difficult is more meritorious." - Saint Thomas Aquinas
"You've been reaching, helping, and bridging; teaching, guiding, and comforting; lighting, showing, and paving; (reaching thousands upon thousands when you count the infinite ripple thing)." - TU

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