12.22.2004

the history of inspiration


mark kostabi

4 Comments:

Blogger steven edward streight said...

I like Mark Kostabi and used to tromp around his tromping grounds of the Lower East Side/East Village of NYC back in the 1980s. Seems like a dream away.

Hope you're having a miraculous Christmas and New Year's celebrationary period.

I like seeing all the colorful artwork you've posted on your site.

2:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

See! If you are patient, dudes will post on your site. :D

—C.

7:14 PM  
Blogger steven edward streight said...

Say, if yore anonymous, clueds wilt go postal on y/ear sight.

If I do say so myself.

Just got another John Adams CD: "Shaker Loops/Light Over Water" on New Albion label. "Light Over Water" is for brass and synthesizers, with composer Adams playing the synths. Sounds a bit like a Morton Subotnick work, "Return" perhaps.

I will be mentioning this EACH HIT blog in an article on blogs for Usability Interface online publication, due tomorrow (Dec. 24th). It's in Brussels. I've published two other articles on this site.

http://www.stcsig.org/usability/newsletter/0408-user-observation.html

2:50 AM  
Blogger steven garrett said...

steven...
thanks for the exposure...
i'll get you back when i can
i'll be checking out the music
as well...hope you have a
wonderful new year...
steven

6:17 PM  

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