Hi Yuki, this is a good way of keeping in touch. I am working hard for my next paper presentation at PSI#15 at Zagreb this Friday. I have posted both my papers for the SDHS 09 conference in here on my blog. Do have a look. Also, sometime I would like to talk further about Omote and Ura! I have been a martial artist for 40 years now - longer than I have been dancing and these are two binary opposites we relate to in martial techniques. However, I am interested in their application/relevance to the body perceived as screens or surfaces - Omote in front and visible/Ura behind and hidden and the liminal spaces between. Embodied surfaces.
okay, i understand. As i said yesterday, i do not think i have time to go to this website all the time and follow links, postings, fora, discussions groups, and blogs. i simply do not have the time, nor the patience. If you were to organize it, that is fine, but i do not tend to work in a lab that is quite structured in this way via/across or inclusive of a social web network, whether open entirely, or by invitation. I will gladly listen to your suggestions..
Yukihiko and Johannes,
this is marlon. You can create a group specific for the project and you can open by invitation or open to the whole network.
You can also be cosistent tagging your content/entries so they can sorted by the tags created by the users.
let me know if you have any questions,
thanks for your question (?where did you see my press release for Suna?), --- i am not sure i know what you mean by constructing a forum- you mean for our plans for tele-plateaux? or for ADAPT? i don;t use this website much, i don't have time to be checking all the cross postings, but if you have ideas, yes, sure, go ahead. xx
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