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Wife Love By Bill H. Ritchie
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To his wife of 54 years and counting, Bill Ritchie once wrote the reasons for his love of Lynda on a tiny palmtop computer. Over the course of May, 1999, he typed his reasons. In the same period he... More > typed a little of Proverbs, which helped reinforce his thoughts.< Less
Ritchie Mined - Volume I By Bill H. Ritchie
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Short summaries of 3,026 essays by Bill H. Ritchie, artist, teacher and visionary drawn from his journals written between 1969 - 2009. He structured the headings of each article according an... More > imaginary place he calls "Emeralda," imagining ten islands on a lake where he, as a recipient of a mythical prize, is encouraged to write freely about anything that seems important to an artist, teacher and philosopher. Mindful of the use of new technologies, each essay summary has key index features which would allow a reader having a computer and optional CD/ROM to retrieve the full text of any article. Or, using freely chosen keywords of their own, find the articles which have those words in them.< Less
Dumb Hope - My curious life By Bill H. Ritchie
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Nineteen-eighty-five - the mid-point of the decade - ended the worst of years at the UW, where Ritchie taught for almost twenty years. He led a double life, a professor of art and an explorer of art... More > forms beyond the conventions of traditional printmaking. Yet printmaking remained - and remains - the core of his reason for being in a creative field. To extend printmaking beyond its roots and encompass video and computer graphics (Vol. 4, 1971-1980) he had to travel around the world to verify what students might expect if their careers reached the 21st Century. He walked the talk of global thinking and acting. However, just as it was in the novel, 1984 saw the school's administrators suppressed him and his progressive ideas: They wanted a standardized printmaking division like all other colleges (and ended up with a skeleton). Buy all ends well and by 1990, Ritchie was enjoying the benefits of an early adopter of technologies; indeed, it made writing his memoir possible, and much more.< Less
My Copious Years 1999 By Bill H. Ritchie
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Leonardo da Vinci had an instinct for keeping records. Jotting down observations, lists, ideas, and sketches came naturally. In the early 1480’s, shortly after his arrival in Milan, he began... More > his lifelong practice of keeping notebooks on a regular basis. This describes the timelog of Bill Ritchie, perfectly. The full text lifted from the book is in the foreword.< Less
My Copious Years 1997 By Bill H. Ritchie
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In this collection I note a poignant thoyght, although maybe not pertinent as foreword to the year’s notes for 1977. Poignant because Stephen is dead. KR moved to Montana. Although he’s... More > not mentioned in the dream I entered, Keith Achepohl died in February, 2018. Of that printmaking crowd I was part of, I’m one of the few remaining in Seattle, and alive. That’s the way it goes. I’m grateful, however, that unlike those I mentioned, I'm leaving behind me my mind. I’m no where near the grave (although, we never know when it’s our time) as I am of sound mind and body, and Lynda, too.< Less
My Copious Years 1998 By Bill H. Ritchie
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His purchase of a personal digital assistant (PDA) ignited Bill Ritchie’s ten-year project of keying-in the minutes of his thoughts and actions on the teeny, tiny keys of the device shown... More > below. He took the lead of Andy Warhol, who tape-recorded everything in his life for a time reasoning: “This way I never have a bad day—only a bad tape.” This is the ninth volume to come out of this 9-year experiment. Bill began this one on January 1, 1998, a continuance of nine years after he bought a Casio Business Organizer Scheduling System, or B.O.S.S. in 1989. He uses his age at the time for volume numbers. The word copious is uncommon. For My Copious Years, Bill decided that, since the root meaning (found in one of his favorite books by Robert Grudin, On Dialog) Copia, in Latin, means abundance, as in an abundance of resources and power. My Copious Years means Bill’s rich years in minute detail.< Less
My Copious Years 1996 By Bill H. Ritchie
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His purchase of a personal digital assistant (PDA) ignited Bill Ritchie’s ten-year project of keying-in the minutes of his thoughts and actions on the teeny, tiny keys of the device shown... More > below. The idea is from Andy Warhol, who tape-recorded everything in his life for a time reasoning: “This way I never have a bad day—only a bad tape.”< Less

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