Saturday, February 9, 2013

MixTV Berkeley California USA

MixTV has great shows. Looking forward to seeing Angie Coiro on Live From The Left Coast. Best interview show on Internet TV.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Bella Shaw reports

In a world where news is entertainment, where Image overpowers Word, a new credibility must emerge. The look and cadence conveys trust, assurance. The voice implies authority. Bella Shaw.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Vintage Cadillacs always in style

Vintage Cadillacs
Originally uploaded by Gordon Whiting
Cadillacs painted black in a stack on a Mack. William Durant bought the Cadillac company from Henry Leland who turned around and created Lincoln. Not as famous as the other Henry (Ford), yet there is no doubt Leland know how to make great cars.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

So if it is my ax, go to it

Go, ye of no ax. It is as he, no ye, do.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Gordon Whiting with Mark on the Grand Trunk Road

I would phrase it, "Adrien Brody played 'Mark' " The thing is, Mark, Kim and I had by that time (Mark:18, Kim: 20, me: 17) already become who we now are. Even more specific-- we were, at that age, our pure, intense selves, less given to the drag of time and caution that modulates our personalities now. Mark was bold, disciplined, observant, open, vastly amused at one half of life's pageant-- the human ego, arrogance and eccentricities part, and in turn was often lifted into a higher state by the other half-- the stunning art, cleverness and elegance of collective genius that flowers in certain eras and certain places. He was one helluva driver too.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Have you seen this man?

Britain's legendary Green Man

The Jolly Green Giant is...Green Man

Jolly Green Giant from Below
Originally uploaded by zisixi
Unconscious Americans have little idea that the friendly Green Giant with his La Soeur Peas and other canned delights is a large-scale reincarnation of Britain's pagan Green Man. A symbol rebirth and vegetation, the Man is found in sculptural representations all over Great Britain, dating back to the 11th Century.