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Thursday, November 01, 2012
What's in a Theme? What's in this one?

All right. Here's where I try to explain what I'm doing with this "entrapment" business. Not in really clear terms; I'm not sure of it yet and don't want to solidify anything that might still be improved, but clear enough that myself or a curious person might look here to find out or remember what's being attempted. An experiment to answer questions: How is it that people get comfortable with each other? How is it that someone's role in our life changes a distant one to a close one? Is there some general process at work here? What thinking happens between the moments where someone is a stranger and someone to whom we'd be comfortable dropping in on unexpectedly? Can this process be brought into light, made more intentional, altered, or operated on?

Posted at 02:05 pm by arvencheese

 

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