Daily Archives: May 30, 2007

After Paris

Several lifetimes ago and on a different continent I was a futurist, which meant I divined the data-leaves in the bottom of the digital tea-cup. Social trends, changes in behaviour, fashion and technologies was my thing. The arrival not just … Continue reading

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The Last Photograph

Over there, it is over there Pont Neuf, looking somewhere Seeing Notre Dame To Père Lachaise Cemetery, because I thought Susan Sontag was buried there; actually she’s in Montparnasse. Like Notre Dame this is as multi-national and camera heavy as … Continue reading

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Novels that change things

Notre Dame: the VIPs are up the tower; outside all is photography. Here too, of course “It is divided into three parts, the University, the Citie, and the Town by the noble river Sequana, commonly called la riviere de Seine, … Continue reading

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