January 14th, 2013

19: For Each Degree of Wobble

Happy New Baktun! Brave hasn’t noticed any changes, unless you count Birkenstocks in the 90s. Though childhood head injuries may also play a part. Anzo learns from dogs, with the help of Haley and “Caesar Chavez,” and flails into the water hitting ear first. Explains a lot.


  1. Umm… Cesar Milan may as well be Caesar Chavez. Glad you guys talked about dogs this one. More pet podcasts!

    Comment by Gordon — January 15, 2013 @ 5:50 am
  2. Love it! I competely agree with you Brave about your example of how when you actually talk to people who have experienced things that then the issues aren’t so simple and things usually are 2 sided which leads to discussion instead of vitriol. It always amazes me how 2 people can witness the exact same thing but interpret it completely different also. I keep noticing all of the internet memes popping up and how people pass them around as fact. I’ve also noticed that a lot of the sites I subscribe to are becoming more radical and are putting information out there that is incorrect. The internet used to be a great tool for getting the other side of the story to the mainstream media but now I don’t know where to look anymore besides my own and other people’s experiences, and actual reports by journalists who fact check. It’s great to hear you talk about the compartmentalization of structured entities, that subject has fascinated me since 9/11 and I also see it happening at a smaller level in the company my husband works for. Thanks for the intelligent conversations!

    Comment by Heather — January 15, 2013 @ 7:13 pm
  3. Hey Heather! Thanks for the great comment. You might be interested in these two lectures from the Canadian channel TVO in its podcast Big Ideas:

    David Weinberger:Knowledge at the End of the Information Age

    Jesse Hirsh, Lee Rainie – Is Social Media Good for Democracy

    Comment by BraveAnzo — January 15, 2013 @ 8:04 pm

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