Fathoming Facebook is a most interesting exercise. Facebook has aspects that make it a vastly more potent entity than anything out there. On the other hand, Facebook points to the most elementary thing. That in today’s world we need to limn the realities of connection that exist that never existed before or that are radically changed, requiring new rules and habits.. Social networking is less and less able to embrace what Facebook may actually be about. The following posts are toes in the water, not yet full fathom five. That Mark Zuckerberg and Adam Panflick were both products of Exeter is not observed but is of some interest. I give Exeter reasonably high marks in the values (aka no harm) department.
Some of my more popular slide shows are based on the application of philosophical and poetic principles to the John Boehner. Here’s a sampling.
There are many perspectives from which one can view John Boehner. Here are a few of them.
For some reason John Boehner has elicited more response than any other person I have commented on. Here are three samples of such commentaries.