Month: March 2002

involuntary eye movements.

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i’ve been listening to this cd i picked up recently. it’s called reich remixed. it’s the minimalist compositions of steve reich as remixed by various dj’s. pretty interesting stuff. there’s a number of stand-out tracks on the disc. some of the djs i know listen to reich’s music. they see a lot of connections between his work and electronic music. for me, i listen to both a lot of avant garde classical and a fair […]

missives to the massives.

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it was a pretty good day after all. i lingered this morning in a bit of a fog, but the haze lifted. things turned out well. i picked up some bagels this morning for my colleagues. they devoured them, nary a one left by noon. had a couple of fairly interesting meetings this morning, and the afternoon was basically calm. a day devoid of tension. i met with a professor i know over in the […]

innocent kids turned cool.

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i’ve been replaying the kronos quartet concert on saturday in my mind. they’re a fabulous group. i’ve seen them several times here in the city. this was the first time i had seen them with their new cellist. quite good. they were debuting “neuvo” — a concert of latin american pieces. as usual they put on quite the performance. the future is in their hands. class went pretty well today. i’m continuing my life as […]

thinking about patterns.

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i’ve been thinking about the ways things come together after many years spent traversing the outer limits. friends who were long lost have since come back into the fold. ideas that had been frozen out in siberia, have since made the long journey back to intellectual currency. it’s been an interesting week. i bid for a cd on ebay. i enjoy the ebb and flow of bids on the auction system. i’ll know in an […]