Archive for March, 2006

Interesting on the masculine & the feminine

March 24, 2006

Relationship Template



Nice selection of quotes

March 17, 2006

Jung: On Dreams:  Here is one I like:

Dreams are impartial, spontaneous products of the unconscious psyche, outside the control of the will. They are pure nature; they show us the unvarnished, natural truth, and are therefore fitted, as nothing else is, to give us back an attitude that accords with our basic human nature when our consciousness has strayed too far from its foundations and run into an impasse.

“The Meaning of Psychology for Modern Man” (1933). In CW 10: Civilization in Transition. P.317


March 8, 2006

I am getting Virtual Memory problems. I wonder how my M200 is actually handling its 2 Gig? I tried Freemem Pro but is only recognizes 1 Gig I wonder how this app will work ?

FreeRam shows I have but one Gig!  Oh dear.

Will look into this more!

Using Delicious as a Homepage

March 7, 2006

TabletPC – Toshiba M400

March 6, 2006

Blog:: Craig Pringle – Hands on Review of the M400

I am seriously interested in this machine! I like my M200 but would like an optical drive. Sounds like this one will be faster & have a better screen. Like the zoom factor thing. Also I have messed up a few things software wise & this machine needs a re-install. Upgrade?

My WordPress Blog

March 5, 2006

I set up this WordPress Blog in December 2005, but at that time found no way to import my Blogger posts from the old Psyberspace. Today that went like a breeze & I love this so far. I want to do more structured blogging. Having categories is a blessing. I will move ofer Kate’s News at some point but will want to know how to cutomise it a bit more first.

Comics & Movies

March 5, 2006

It’s not always who draws wins – Saturday entertainment – Times Online

Looks interesting. To read.

Robert Romanyshyne’s Papers at 2006 NZAP Conference

March 5, 2006

Robert Romanyshyne’s talks were inspiring. They can be accessed here

The Book of Ash – James Flint

March 4, 2006
Jack’s House, Atomville
I am really loving “The Book of Ash” by James Flint. Gripping, funny, provocative. The non-fiction novel (is that what it is?) has photos in it – which is in itself quirky like the whole project. On close examination (on the net) the photos are really quite exquisite, though they don’t reproduce well. I like his over the top language, in the way I like Tim Robbins.

The most I have enjoyed a book since “Snow Crash”. Highly recommended.