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The evolution of the monolith

A lizard scampers through the dust.  Somewhere above, flaps are being set to landing position. The monolith has broken through its shell, blinking in the light.  It eyes the world hungrily.  Will you feed the monolith?

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Dreams of Escape

Opening January 1, 2016

Stardust Video and Coffee

1842 E. Winter Park Road

Orlando, FL 32803
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The new homogeneity

The explorer in all of us delights in moving beyond civilization’s edge, seeking a place where human structures dissolve into the wilderness.  For me, the return from the Everglades had a different effect:  I reveled in nature’s rich variety, in … Continue reading

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Trust in the waste stream: cement works update

March 2015 – On Virginia Drive in Audubon Park, a homeowner graciously donated old plywood sheathing.  He already helpfully cut it into segments that were perfect to construct boxes for the concrete forms.  This anonymous Orlando homeowner became an unwitting … Continue reading

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Cement works update

The cement works are progressing.  Form for units 1, 2, and 3 is about 50% complete.  Form for units 4, 5, and 6 requires form liners.  A number of other smaller forms are cached for additional experiments. A pour date … Continue reading

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Still, no sign of land…

After exhausting the local libraries for Kerouac, Burroughs, Ginsburg, Bowles, et al, an immersion into American fiction and poetry of the 1940s and 1950s has made newer fiction particularly bland.  I’ve tried newer stuff – novels that have won all … Continue reading

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