A new Moonwobble report outlines the dynamics of this cycle where the Sun in Scorpio will square the North node in Leo and South node in Aquarius. Taurus is also involved due to Uranus at the early degrees of that sign.
Long-time students Richard Hartnett and Heather Williams invite you to come to The Prosperos Annual Assembly . . . .
Long-time students Hugh John and Maureen Malanaphy invite you to come to The Prosperos Annual Assembly . . . with a special backdrop !
Ben Thompson notes that blogging as a means for individual self-expression is far from dead, although the shape is changing and a lot depends on what you’re after :
A big problem with this entire discussion is that there really isn’t a widely agreed-upon definition of what a blog is, thanks in part to the rise of sites like TechCrunch that ran on WordPress and presented posts in reverse-chronological order and so, at least in the beginning, were called “blogs”; add to that the thinly-disguised PR-channels known as “company blogs” and it’s easy to get confused.
And so, to be clear, when I speak of the “blog” I am referring to a regularly-updated site that is owned-and-operated by an individual (there is, of course, the “group blog,” but it too has a clearly-defined set of authors). And there, in that definition, is the reason why, despite the great unbundling, the blog has not and will not die: it is the only communications tool, in contrast to every other social service, that is owned by the author; to say someone follows a blog is to say someone follows a person (This applies both for amateur and professional bloggers; most of the rest of this post is concerned with the latter).
There’s a lot to digest here for those of us who wish to share what we’ve learned from Thane and other teachers.