I do everything in the wrong order.
Students need to get out of the habit of seeing professors as sole dispensers of knowledge.
When you say "justice,"
the deepest corners of your
heart swell with vengeance.
There is no more good.
There is no longer evil.
You need to stop worrying about what you did wrong. The only role you played was to exist. Stop pretending you galvanized their abuse.
Try on a thought or an idea or a belief, just to see how it fits.
I had resolved not to go on rants about Foucault with my son until seventh grade.
The way of the modern university is to pave the walkways first.
I need your advice, internet pals.
Amazon: We need you to send more DVDs.
Me: I just mailed you a box...
We must not "get" these tools, or they must not be "meant for us."
Planning out the shots of a film is like perceiving the multiverse. The camera could go anywhere. There's a universe where this shot takes place 3 feet to the left and that difference moves a hundred more people in a different way. In another universe, the shot is instead four different shots and changes a million people's lives and how they see the world. Or maybe in that universe no one sees the movie at all.
And don't get me started on editing.
Hi there, grad students!
You cannot crack my logic.
After years of saying I wanted to do a podcast but never getting around to it, all it took was my son’s enthusiasm to make it happen. He and I started a new podcast: It Sounded Better In My Head. It’s about... well, it’s sort of about games. But I think it’s actually about playing.
The kid’s really good, and I think it’s a lot of fun to listen to. I wonder how long we’ll stick it out? (He’s already talking about trying to get sponsors...)