Regret. It can define so much of our existence if we are not so very very careful. Careful almost to the point of prescience. And sometimes even then it’s not enough. Read more >>
History: sometimes it feels like a good novel trying to be read as every third line in an over-burdened palimpsest comprising a criminal rap sheet, a biblical disaster and a tabloid sex scandal of the overly-entitled and the under-literate, all in one. Read more >>
As we start off this new year, Arc/k has some exciting things ahead and we hope you’ll join us in new and further explorations of our past, which will be the path to our future. Read more >>
Heartfelt thanks from our entire team for supporting Arc/k and its mission. By working to perpetuate humanity’s cultural heritage, we are proud not merely to be hoping and wishing for peace, we are working toward it. Read more >>
I’m not really a fan of the so-called “silver lining.”
I’m generally extremely suspicious of displays of excessive optimism or soft & squishy philosophies that feel too much like putting one’s head in the proverbial sand.
And yet, in the midst of so much cultural degradation, xenophobia and retrenchment, I am gobsmacked to discover that hope and optimism seem to have crept into my thoughts, like unexpected (yet not entirely unwelcome) visitors. But why? Read more >>