Annabelle Echo Chicago
Monday, February 11, 2013
Monday, February 04, 2013
TILTING AT WYNN MILLS
A :JUDGE: DAVID-WYNN: MILLER POEM
I specialize in 115 different fields.
I was the cook for Chem Tron Electodes.
I made super metals.
The coefficient of expansion explains why in 1988 I wrote the math interface on all metals.
I proved that:
All metal is plastic.
All glass is plastic.
All plastic is plastic.
My background is very unique.
If you do enough research on me you know that I was grown in a cloud chamber of argon.
A field is a commutative ring which contains a multiplicative inverse for every nonzero element
Commonly used fields are:
1. the field of real numbers
2. the field of complex numbers &
3. the field of rational numbers
To avoid confusion there are also:
1. finite fields &
2. fields of functions
Any field may be used as the scalar for a vector space.
Every field is a ring, but not every ring is a field.
Polynomials with coefficients in a field lead to impossibility proofs.
Algebraic structures with notions of:
3. multiplication &
4. division... satisfy.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The Ides of March in October
Monday, November 14, 2011
Pictured above: Esteban Colon Has Sock Trouble at the Union Street Gallery on Saturday Night November 12th 2011
Esteban Colon is the Challenge Course Supervisor at Irons Oaks Environmental Learning Center Greater Chicago Area | Recreational Facilities and Services
Current: Editor in Chief of Exact Change Only at Exact Change Press,
Co founder/Member at Waiting 4 the Bus Poetry Collective, Poet/ Spoken Word Performer...
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Happy Halloween Your Chicago Sponsors!
Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Friday, the 21st of October 2011 8 pm until Midnight
Thalia Hall: 1227 W. 18th St., Chicago IL
Special Guest & Special pre-show event: Karen Abbott author of
Sin in the Second City& American Rose discusses her new book.
Guest Musicians: The Loneliest Monk
Burlesque Performers: Pearl Pistol
$10 at door, $5 if dressed Victorian
Saturday, July 30, 2011
The 7th Annual Printers’ Ball: IT’S ALIVE! was a lot of fun!
I snagged a copy of Stop Smiling magazine featuring Lee Hazelwood.
There was so much to do and see I wish I could be in 3 places at once.
The recent storms and hot weather in Chicago have worn me out so I didn't have enough energy to do it all! But I saw a lot of great old and new friends. Thanks to all who came and participated.