Today my students taught me how to dance
In addition to playing with the new old My First Sony Electronic Sketch Pad I brought them
I made them laugh
And they liked the sketch pad
It will serve them well when they do visuals at the 80’s party this Friday
(I will bust the moves they taught me)
And tonight I worked on a patch to share with them: an exquisite corpse maker
It’s coming along
Also I am webcasting a nifty event on Thursday
Iraq is in civil war. The possibility of this war spreading to neighboring countries is almost certain. Already, hundreds of mujahedeen have gone into Iraq from Iran and Syria. What are you going to do about it? Who are you going to vote for this November?
Last week, the New School’s World Policy Institute held a panel discussion on the war in Iraq. The standout for me was the vivid, sobering portrait of Iraq from the ground by Nir Rosen, whom the moderator introduced as the journalist who’s spent more time in Iraq since the war began than anyone else.
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I work for the New School Online webcasting some of these events. Some of them are extraordinarily educational and illuminating, painting a picture of America and American politics that helps me to fight against apathy and get moving politically. Right now I’m sitting in the Tishman auditorium, webcasting a panel called Politics of Resistance, featuring Cornel West. These are great events, but they’re preaching to the choir! We need to get these to people outside of New York City.