“They get too close to the horn with the mikes and don’t give the sound time to travel as they should. Consequently, they don’t get enough of the real timbre and they miss the whole body of the sound. They get the inside of it but not the outside as well.”
John Coltrane

Coltrane - The Story of a Sound

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-09-16

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  • @YogaStudies that is one of the only questions that supports me, gives me peace and keeps me sane #
  • a special morning report from Bhudeva: Joy & Jam http://t.co/sqy8ticA #
  • Debt Collectors Cashing In on Student Loans – Has modern-day-western-society really become so self-defeating? http://t.co/cPs1U6iD #
  • without shared intention and context wishing me a "happy new jewish [or any other] year" is an empty gesture #
  • @TheBabarazzi reminded me of women walking-balancing-stumbling-along in high heels #
  • at least the dogs know something is wrong: http://t.co/Jjah4pez #
  • I've hit what is, to me, the most challenging and important part of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance … time for a dinner break 🙂 #
  • white rice, cooked lentils, a freshly chopped tomato and a pickle … one of my all-time favorite meals #
  • completed reading and extracting from Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance … phase 2 begins … #

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