Inkmusings

Gary Varner expounds on an earlier post about who gets to see our journals: "…the question of “can one write freely in a journal,” or does our internal censor too frequently override the desire to write without boundaries. Personally, I’ve... Read More

23/02/2006

Shining Tree of Life

"Weary old faiths make art while hot young sects make only trouble. Insincerity, or at least familiarity, seems to be a precondition of a great religious art—the wheezing and worldly Renaissance Papacy produced the Sistine ceiling, while the young Apostolic... Read More

23/02/2006

Moleskines and working methodologies

Lee Hopkins, one of Australia’s leading communication strategists writes about his Moleskine: "The challenge one often faces with a new toy is how to take best advantage of it, how to shape and structure it for optimum reward, both intrinsic... Read More

23/02/2006