Saturday, June 17, 2017
I got the g.com home page updated (after hours of learning that the best structure of the home page right column should be a simpler list structure; having a two column page with indented text is actually difficult for browsers to map). I’m free now to at last get the “mind evolving” section of cohering.net begun substantially.
(Happy Bloomsday to me, yesterday.)
Whoops! I forgot to update here, because I got so wrapped up in transposing about 100 postings from the old “mind evolving” blog to the two blogs at gedavis.com—which was an incredible task: I didn't anticipate that many of the postings link to things at cohering.net that I didn't yet want to link to via gedavis.com; and other pages link to the transposed postings that I was deleting after transfer (so I needed to go back to those pages and change their links, after creating the new versions). Many resources that were linked to the old postings (news, journal articles, etc.) were no longer valid links, though the articles were in media archives; so, I had to hunt up the new links.
And on and on... Then, I had to prepare an introductory page for the 30 Habermasian postings now at g.com and link to it from various points. And post to Facebook/Habermas about its availability....Gee: I have over 3000 followers; I hadn't noticed. I also have about 3,000 followers at the Facebook/Heidegger page.
Anyway, the update note for June 13 explains more.
Over the years, I write things that I attend to for a day or so (corrections, revisions), then I move on. All of the postings that I’ve transposed (over 100, though only 30 flagged for the Habermas studies project) have been unread for 12-to-6 years. Frankly, I’m amazed at myself—not as a vanity, but simply surprised that I did some of that in passing and forgot it.
I’m working to have a beginning for the “mind evolving” section of cohering.net, but I’ve been distracted by a massive degree of spring cleaning (sore muscles now) and essay-length e-mails to persons whose work inspired my improvisations. I expect to have something worthwhile within a week.
Part 8 of “for love of conceptual inquiry”—“conceptual play of being intermodal,” 15 pages (some short, some long)—is done.
That’s the end of this project.
Three postings below were put up last week (one merely linking to a long one).
-- gary e. davis --- 4:10 PM