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November 03, 2007

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donnie

Interesting thoughts.

Sort of reminds me of "Post-Modern Pooh" A book that takes the classic Pooh stories and approaches them as technical as possible, rendering the stories sterile and open to literary strategies of post-marxism, post-structuralism and so on. Yet, forgetting the entire time that they are, in the most basic sense, stories that engage the child and teach the child the meaning of real relationships with those around us, both human and non-human.

suzanna

it's off topic, but thought you and your readers would like this:

http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/10/11/heineken-wobo-the-brick-that-holds-beer/

have you ever seen this?

Kester

Thanks Suzanna - excellent link! Love it.

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