Thursday, August 30, 2018

geographies: Daintree


Wednesday, August 29, 2018

wednesday newstrip

NASA’s asteroid-sampling spacecraft spies its target for the first time: 11 people located from illegal vessel in Queensland's Daintree, more believed to be on the run · Vegan festival gets chop as meat lobby threatens to fire up the barbie: Melbourne African community comes together after vigilante Facebook posts · NASA found 'definitive evidence' that a tiny bone fragment found in a Siberian Cave belonged to a young girl whose mother was Neanderthal & whose father was a Denisovan · the durian often invokes a love or hate relationship — some people have literally killed to get their hands on the fruit police said after a ride-sharing passenger in the eastern Chinese city of Wenzhou was raped & killed by a driver · sex, lies & tabloids: hush payments to women spell danger for T.®ump.

Monday, August 27, 2018

mimeD


Friday, August 24, 2018

geographies: Bowen


Wednesday, August 22, 2018

wednesday newstrip

The brand new Netflix romantic comedy we can’t stop talking about — a young single mother who fled Syria following the deaths of two ISIS terrorist husbands hopes to one day create a new life in Australia · messages have leaked over the internet, revealing Meghan Markle’s family ‘in talks’ to star in Kardashian-style reality TV show. DoNuts T®ump says he has “nothing to hide” · It’s like a patient coming out of a coma. You might be paying for iPhone app subscriptions you're not using — here's how to cancel them · Curiosity finds strange object on the surface of Mars — Elton Musk’s rather large manhood · flooding in southern Indian state kills more than 350, displaces 800,000. British woman rescued off Croatian coast 10 hours after.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

assimilation


Friday, August 17, 2018

Looking out

In the morning,
after the rain, she
listened to a couple

of Aretha Franklin
tracks & then got
ready to go out.
r.i.p.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

geographies: Croppa Creek


Wednesday, August 15, 2018

wednesday newstrip

Evolution is getting a rethink after Kim Jong-un rocks a casual white T-shirt & farmer’s hat at staged photo op · could probiotics cause 'brain fog' and bloating? US prosecutors have charged Republican congressman Chris Collins of not paying child support · Brad Pitt slams Angelina Jolie as ‘manipulative’ after she accused him of insider trading relating to a drug trial at an Australian pharmaceutical company · US hits Russia with sanctions after US invaded by savage tick that sucks animals dry, spawns without mating · scientists take a closer look at Earth’s first animals after UK nerve agent attack · New Zealand bans foreigners buying homes as rich snap up sites to prepare for APOCALYPSE.

Monday, August 13, 2018

geographies: Gidya


Saturday, August 11, 2018

rendered, unto Caesar


Friday, August 10, 2018

From the complaints log on a scam caller phone number

At 3 o'clock in the morning Who are you and why are you stupid SMS?

If it is me, I will kill and send me an SMS in the middle of the night.

Just read the manual. I do not even know the meaning of call center lines, firewalls or static IP. "There is a modem, it shines shiny." Okay, my PBX and CTI are all shining.

There was a talk on the water server. I was told you sent me fax before, but where did you send me fax?

Personal career Seminar of DODA is a young woman, a newcomer.

As soon as I called the phone, I suddenly said "I will become a john vine", so I became frightened and hung up the phone.

Suddenly call me and guide me to the atmosphere that I signed up for the word craftsman and contact the consumer center that will send you the document saying I contracted at a later date and correspondence I want the fraud group of this kind to catch really quickly.

I forgot my opponent's name (company name). When the electricity charges used by customers are switched to ~ our service .... It was a phone call from a "press selling service company" that says to say that. Since I did not want to be a partner, I turned down early, turned off the phone, registered as a nuisance phone.

I came while I was at work. I have something to help with this site.

Wednesday, August 08, 2018

wednesday newstrip

How can NASA return to the Moon? By making everything reusable, chief says · US health institute is warning people to stop reusing & washing condoms · Canada telescope picks new radio signal from distant planet, scientists puzzled over source though Windows 10 patch expert begs Microsoft: 'Please fix uptick in botched updates' · Stonehenge: Origins of those who built world-famous monument revealed by groundbreaking scientific research that people who abstain from alcohol in middle age may be at heightened risk of dementia later in life · condom manufacturer Durex has recalled some of its products sold in Australia over fears they could split, leading to Foodora, the food delivery service fighting a landmark test case on the rights of workers, announcing it will exit the Australian market at the end of the month.

Monday, August 06, 2018

Today the
postman brought
me a bag of beans
& a notice of claim
by the executors
of the estate of
the late Ray Charles,
alleging breach of

copyright by my
using without per-
mission a phrase
from a song he
was the first to
have a hit with.

Sunday, August 05, 2018

geographies: Baw Baw National Park


Thursday, August 02, 2018

sedge


Wednesday, August 01, 2018

wednesday newstrip

Issue #50 of Otoliths is now up


The fiftieth issue of Otoliths has just gone live. I'm proud of the achievement, but the credit for the getting here must go to the contributors to the journal, more than a thousand individuals across the issues.

Sadly, some are no longer with us — Robert Gauldie, kari edwards, Marthe Reed, Ira Cohen, Carol Novack, Bob Grumman, Michelle Greenblatt, Rochelle Ratner, Karl Young, David Mitchell, David Meltzer, Thomas Lowe (Tom) Taylor, Ed Baker, Halvard Johnson, Randall Brock, Christopher Mulrooney, Spencer Selby, Philip Byron Oakes, Jill Chan. So, to honor them & acknowledge their part in this journey over the last 12+ years, I have included in this issue a selection of their works from earlier issues.

In addition to that substantial offering, there's a variety of new work from Andre Bagoo, David Lohrey, Cecelia Chapman, Nicholas Bon, Annabelle Ballard, Kyle Hemmings, Mariana Rodríguez, Gustave Morin, Seth Howard, Raymond Farr, John M. Bennett, Jim Leftwich, Sanjeev Sethi, Michael Minassian, Andrew K. Peterson, Hugh Behm-Steinberg, J.J. Campbell, David Greenslade, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Richard Kostelanetz, Michael Prihoda, Carlyle Baker, Adam Fieled, Lakey Comess, Olivier Schopfer, Claudia Serea, Carol Stetser, AG Davis, Steve Dalachinsky, Jake Berry, Jack Foley, Daniel de Culla, Clara B. Jones, David Baptiste Chirot, Tiana Marrese, John McCluskey, Willie Smith, Doren Robbins, Pearl Button, Meeah Williams, Thomas Fink & Tom Beckett, Jack Galmitz, Devon Balwit, Tom Montag, Kellyn Elson, Mary Kasimor, Jesse Glass, Federico Federici, Daniel f Bradley, M.J. Iuppa, Tim Rogers, Andrew Taylor, Sheila E. Murphy, Texas Fontanella, osvaldo cibils, Joe Balaz, Heath Brougher, Erik Fuhrer, Kevin Tosca, Alyssa Trivett, Jim Meirose, Bob Heman, Penelope Weiss, Drew B. David, Linc Madison, Nicholas J.A., Tony Beyer, J. D. Nelson, Michael Brandonisio, Edward Wells, hiromi suzuki, Michael O'Brien, Pam Brown, Elaine Woo, & 61 "AsEmIc Pieces" — 60 inside & one on the cover — by Alberto Vitacchio, plus, from the 1970s, six more newspaper columns from Kenneth Rexroth.

The print parts are, hopefully, not that far away.