Here I share a variety of content. Lately I have been using this site to create a collection, scrapbook or journal of photos I have been taking with my mobile (skies, details from vinyl sleeves from my record collection, also some bookish stuff).
Unless it is indicated otherwise, the photos posted here have been taken by me. I try to post the sky photos in real time. Sometimes other kinds of stuff also appear here.
In the past I have also used this site to share links to interesting open access content by other authors, but now I usually do that elsewhere.
"Here words have presence only in so much as they are (literally) illumined from behind, just as we attain identity only retroactively, through a kind of perpetual process of catching up to ourselves". -Keep, McLaughlin and Parmar, 1993-2000
The Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos in Spanish) is a Mexican holiday celebrated on November 1st and 2nd. Itfocuses on gatherings of family and friends to remember friends and family members who have died.It is a celebration of life and it is an occasion to party.
In preparation to this day Jamboree and Sonido Chipotle have joined forces to bring you ‘¡Báilele!’ on Saturday 15th October 2011, a night dedicated to the salsa and cumbia sounds of Mexico and Latin America. Mexican-born DJ Señor Priego and guests will be behind the decks playing strictly cumbia and salsa with a Mexican sensibility.
Please bring your mementos for the ofrenda… Other surprises are lined up for the night, but you will have to come to find out for yourselves…
Included in TimeOut Magazine’s “101 Best Things to Do in London” feature – Jamboree was one of the special picks:
“..tucked under a wedge of artists’ studios, Jamboree Live Music Bar hosts incredible musicians and performers from all over the world. Dance between the tables, visit the resident painter or just look interesting in a darkened corner.”
¡Báilele! will be a unique Mexican cabaret/underground experience. Calacas y luchadores welcome!
A good discussion introducing and addressing important topics regarding graphic novels… featuring Eddie Campbell… both very interesting and slightly annoying in the way that only decent mainstream media can annoy…