New app kicks my butt; or, I only intended apples & oranges
I’m happily using a new iPhone application that works pretty seamlessly with blogger. I can’t imagine what real advantage this gives me or anyone other than sheer speed and super-presence or ridiculous immediacy. Yet isn’t blogging already so immediate (at least in tone and diction) as to be ridiculous? Yet again I can imagine real live-blogging — for instance from a reading or art event. I’ll try it soon so stay tuned. The photo below I found just now in my phone’s camera log — taken during the reception last week at our Silliman celebration. Erin Gautsche and the KWH students went through “The Alphabet” looking for food references and then served us only items mentioned in Ron’s poetry. I was never gladder than at that moment that Ron had spent so much time in California. He is by no means a foodie poet (an understatement) but the New Sentence does tend to grab up a few of the nutritions in the environment. “I don’t mean to presume uh if you could it seems that is I only intended apples and oranges” (from Garfield, p. 49).