Monthly Archives: June 2010

I’m so tired – Of Montreal

Granted, this is a cover. However, Of Montreal do have a new album out in September (of which, a song is already available for download here). I like their interpretation of this song and Kevin’s shoes.   Advertisements

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Aww…

Something I believe, although not my original drawing (sourced from thedayafteryoudie).

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Absolute Advantage

One of the basic ideas of neoclassical economics is the idea of absolute advantage (c.f. comparative advantage). A country has an absolute advantage in production of a good if, given various inputs (for simplicity, we’ll limit the variable input to … Continue reading

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Times Square Solstice, NY (2008/2009)

I want to move to New York! In the meantime, I’ll satisfy myself with this artwork, by Jerry Spagnoli (available here): Fantastic, fantastic, fantastic… I can’t wait to get there.

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Red Flower

I like this painting, titled Horse, Pipe and Red Flower (1920) by the Spanish artist Joán Miró. It brings to mind the following extract from Wittgenstein’s Blue Book: …give someone the order “fetch me a red flower …”, how is … Continue reading

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Cookies

These look delicious. Someone should cook them… The full recipe is available here. (Thanks to proofmathisbeautiful.tumblr.com.)

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Where is Holland?

This question is posed in Seinfeld by Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza in a deleted scene from the episode ‘The Voice’. Check out the clip below:   They’re able to locate The Netherlands, but fail to realise that Holland is, … Continue reading

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