The strangest dream

Posted by on Dec 29, 2004 in prattle | No Comments

It’s all blue, it’s the Blue Note. I get there with my boss and my colleague. I’m anxious to meet someone. There’s a concert. We get in, and I see a lot of people I know. I also get a sort of flashback, or a dream inside the dream: I see myself, from the outside, […]

Christmas Balance Sheet

Posted by on Dec 27, 2004 in prattle | No Comments

“Wish list: French laundry cookbook Set of earphones for my ipod laptop money for therapy bimby anything for the kitchen a holiday a degree harry potter’s castle” My wish-not list was thoroughly not-fulfilled, and that’s good news. OTOH, I got the size for my knitting job wrong, and the sweater didn’t fit, so I’ll have […]

Good-bye, Chunky Rice by Craig Thompson

Posted by on Dec 26, 2004 in art, reviews | No Comments

Good-Bye, Chunky Rice After devouring Blankets I rushed to buy the previous publication of the author, because he kept me wanting more… GBCR is maybe less mature than Blankets, it is too short, it is too fast. Would love to know more about Chunky and where the hell is he going anyway, but it kept […]

Christmas Wish-list (and wish-not) Ajourned Again

Posted by on Dec 23, 2004 in list | No Comments

Wish list: French laundry cookbook Set of earphones for my ipod laptop money for therapy bimby anything for the kitchen a holiday a degree harry potter’s castle Wish-not list: A job. Stuff with a plug (excluding the laptop above) no printer, no cellphone, no TV set, etc. Anything I already own (excluding cookbooks). Bad news.

el continente materno

Posted by on Dec 22, 2004 in images, life | No Comments

mi madre, 20 años atràs

Not mickey

Posted by on Dec 18, 2004 in prattle | No Comments

Don’t sue!

Lavatrice

Posted by on Dec 17, 2004 in art | No Comments

(acrylic on canvas, 50 cm x 60 cm) It represents an old fashioned washing machine, as I remembered it from my grandmother’s house back in Mexico.

Firefox 1.0

Posted by on Dec 16, 2004 in prattle | No Comments

The Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving choice and promoting innovation on the Internet, today announced that it has placed a two-page ad in the December 16th edition of the New York Times. The ad, coordinated by Spread Firefox, features the names of the thousands of people worldwide who contributed to the Mozilla […]

play

Posted by on Dec 15, 2004 in art | No Comments

Diana Thorneycroft “Goofy,” “Mickey,” “Bert,” “Barney,” “Pinky,” “Bart” Graphite on paper, 2001-2 According to Thorneycroft, the works from Foul Play reflect the hypocritical way that society ignores the violence that is often at the heart of child’s play.

Girella

Posted by on Dec 14, 2004 in friends | No Comments