Monday, February 9, 2009


Nothing at Money Rho but one new link. All the stocks I'm following went up. - William Michaelian and I and others are trying to reduce the number of anger bubbles in PoetryLand. It is impossible. Opinions too engrained stand against us. Yet we will, as we always have, continue to support making over the imperatives of makers. - News from 400 years ago. Galileo garnered the glory and suffered from the ire of those who were haughty in a different manner from how he was haughty. However, unbeknownst to them, an extremely brilliant, humane, quiet Englishman named Thomas Harriot, was the first to draw maps of the moon after viewing it through a telescope. In the UK on July 26 of this year there will be a celebration honoring Harriot and his work in the field of astronomy. Here is more about this polymath. And here is a crafty video of the Indigo Girls singing their Galileo. Try not to miss the text of the last message. rho00285

1 comment:

William Michaelian said...

Thanks, Brian. I will be posting my third “Letter” tomorrow. The letters and my various comments of late serve mostly to show my limited understanding at the given moment. They are written without expectation, but they certainly do support the “making over the imperatives of the makers.”