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You know I don't always get or agree with the substance, but your hyperextual methods are among the most unique I've seen.

I'm reminded of:

-interactive fiction
-scot mccloud
-marcel duchamps


Yes, I know you don't always get or agree with the substance....(yet!!), but I must say my mind is "blown-away-crazy" to be even thought of being mentioned in the same conceptual space as those other two names.

My humble thanks.

And stick with me. Believe it or not, it is more or less unfolding as I had planned. Like any well-thought-out plan, however, I've made certain that this one isn't too-well-thought-out in advance. (Cryptic, huh?...wait'll you see my next "eh to zen" entry for Digital Dewdrops, already written and ready to go!)


Rick, -- incidental comment. Thanks for the link to my blog. I hadn't noticed it before, and, looking at your links thought, "'Self-Searching Philosopher'--sounds like an interesting blog. Let's see what that's about." Well, it was me. To tell you the truth, I was a little disappointed. I was looking for something new and interesting, and ended up "at home." Thanks again.


Sometimes the most interesting, and valuable, things are found "at home", and "inside". You shouldn't be disappointed...!

You especially shouldn't be disappointed if, after your 'e-trip' through eh to zen, you ended up right here "at home".....on the word Canada in the last sentence, the best place to be from, and end up in, if I do say so myself. Pretty neat, eh?
Again, zen to you all. And peace too.

P.S. If you want to see something really neat, scroll up through the rest of this blog, and read the blog and the other comments preceding these two.

P.P.S. Just for context, note the date this blog was written.

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