Fair Warning: This post has little to do with Dead Poet’s Society. And only slightly more to do with a defense of poetry or a defense of that particular poem read at the inauguration. I’m not sure if any of Continue reading Zombie Poetry That Looks Just Like Healthy Poetry (and Could Very Well Be Healthy and Not Undead)
From the upcoming Langsdale Link: Aiden Faust, digital collections librarian in Special Collections, has received a Baltimore Renaissance Seed Scholars Fund Grant for his proposed oral history project to document the involvement of artists in the development of the Station Continue reading Oral History: Station North
Welcome back! Today marks the beginning of the new semester, and while recent arctic temperatures are forcing us to pull out our long underwear and thick coats as we go into the Spring semester, there are new and interesting happenings Continue reading Welcome back!
Before From the upcoming Langsdale Link: If you could look on the actions of humanity in the same distanced and objective way you might the movements of a cell under a slide or a zebra in the African grasslands, then, Continue reading Making Room for the Future: Renovations at Langsdale
flickr user nirak In the late 60’s, Stewart Brown posited that information wants to be expensive and free at the same time. That the tension between these competing desires will not go away, they will always fight one another. This continues Continue reading Information wants to be expensive.