A pattern

A pattern

I’m not sure what it takes for you to consider something a pattern, but for me it only takes two other people. If something has caught my attention and then over a period of time two other people I know mention something similar to what I’ve filed in the back of my mind – I know I should investigate it more. With that philosophy in mind I present this good link about John Maeda and the new shuffle that I’ve been playing with. Click on at Presentations and the “Laws of Simplicity” at http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2006/11/presentations_a_1.html

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Disjointed dog, originally uploaded by Michael™.

“Beautiful as the chance encounter, on an operating table, of a sewing machine and an umbrella.”
Comte de Lautreamont, Songs of Maldoror (1869)

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