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Writing: November 2006

  1. Working in large groups

    The frustrations of getting a large group of people working together efficiently.

  2. Paul Morley’s ‘Words and Music’

    Summary of what I liked and how it excited me.

  3. Creation groups

    Although last week’s creation group was frustrating, it all ended OK in Monday’s performance. Now we’ve got a more challenging task, as a single large group.

  4. The Time When updates

    Some newish updates to The Time When: timelines, tags and favourites.

  5. Panopticon

    A description of an application I’d like to see built that lets me keep up with what all my friends are doing in real time.

  6. Your single social network

    Wouldn’t it be good if we only had to define our social networks once, instead of repeating it for every single website?

  7. Not feeling it

    Getting more frustrated and annoyed with myself, and feeling a bit out of it.

  8. Masks, tension and being upside down

    Our first encounter with masks, the first three levels of tension, and my inability to do headstands and backward rolls.

  9. What percentage of restaurants fail after one year?

    Investigating the frequent claim that 90% of restaurants fail in the first year.

  10. Week two

    Any hope I had of maintaining a decent frequency of tediously detailed writing about my LISPA…

  11. Deference and diffidence

    In today’s improvisation class we had a task that was both minimal but also tricky and very…

  12. Forward rolls

    I haven’t done a forward roll for nearly twenty years, and couldn’t do it well then. I managed it, but only just.