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May 14, 2006


I know you already have a John Cage entry, but I immediately thought of this gem from Indeterminacy:

"One day when I was studying with
Schoenberg, he pointed out
the eraser on his pencil and said,
“This end is more important
than the other.” After twenty years
I learned to write directly in ink"

Oh, that's very good KT! It's going on the list.

This article suggests that he does that long-hand writing on paper from yellow legal pads:

The illustrious history of the yellow legal pad

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