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April 2011


April 2011



A mythical chord. Multiple interconnected stories all being told at once.
4.1.2011


Our first character - the meandering river. It serves here as a metaphor for a mind turning from thought to thought. This sinuous form is a natural result of flow. Phylogons that contain rivers like this can be stacked endlessly. They often blur and overlap; building loops and other structures through which thought passes. In Greek Mythology Meander was a river god, a son of Oceanus and Tethys.
4.2.2011


Daydreams, tired moments and meandering thoughts. Letting flow go where it wants.
4.3.2011


Finding the river. Don't look for the river at the spring but in the turning of forces that shape meanders.
4.4.2011


Life's twists and turns. The contents of a phylogon can include: geography, geometry, statistics, mirrored reality, colors, blocks, chips, circuits, grids, spirals, networks, diagrams of information, maps of flow, states of mind, imaginary places, unimaginable graces, multi-dimensional spaces, improvisational drawings, holes, rivers, oceans, lakes, silhouettes, buildings, traffic, streets, highways, natural objects, simulated landscapes, other phylogons and things to be revealed in the future.
4.5.2011


Layers of a thought. Moments include moments include moments.
4.6.2011


Convergence and collaboration. New energy found in the overlap.
4.7.2011


Mountain building. Compression causes upheaval and creates new gems.
4.8.2011


Vertical profiles. Stasis shaped by catastrophic change.
4.9.2011


Near conjunction.
4.10.2011


The story in the layers is written in the present.
4.11.2011


Undirected moments. Making time for them. Allowing them to happen. Being aware in the moment. Valuing that time.
4.12.2011


Shifting ground. Dislocation. Pressure and counter pressure.
4.13.2011


Outside pressure. Partial exposure. Hard to get reliable data anymore. Phylogons should be organized like a deck of cards.
4.14.2011


Return to the nest. When reaching out, the world gets shaped by what's reaching back.
4.15.2011


Layered. Reframed. Digitized. Ariel view. Multichannel. Context switched. Traveling with flow.
4.16.2011


Layers, materials and forces.
4.17.2011


Rivers and bays. Moments when personal routines blend into family routines.
4.18.2011


Finding a way. Faults in the bedrock are opportunities for flow.
4.19.2011


Change under pressure. First chaos. Then the universe.
4.20.2011


Short cycle. Being open to the infinite. Even in the midst of distraction. Even for a minute of 'just making it up.' Something is waiting there to appear.
4.21.2011


One thing shifts. Another lines up.
4.22.2011


Separate realities compete for attention.
4.23.2011


Small physical space. Nested internal spaces.
4.24.2011


Seeds, like coiled springs, almost ready to sprout. Programming on many levels. Good ideas stand out.
4.25.2011


Nestled structures. Software requires so many pieces now: shells, wrappers, libraries, drivers, timers, objects, callbacks, bundles, nibs. And somewhere deep inside, inferred by position, inherited, overriding and in a logical dialect are the few magic words that reveal the author and turn it all into his machine.
4.26.2011


Memescape. Did you miss the alien invasion? They didn't come from outer space. The memes have attached themselves to our habits and are growing steadily in the body of technology.
4.27.2011


Hotspots forming islands. Things coming into being in unexpected ways.
4.28.2011


Independent states. Separate islands. The issues here are amalgamation, focus and critical mass.
4.29.2011


One challenge is to live the cycles and another is to stay outside.
4.30.2011