The polychromatic fractal round table…

This week I painted the five sectors with subsectors to emphasize the fact that every primary phase of the whole seems like the whole to those who live in it… also it’s colourful and stimulating – fractal is like nature and more beautiful than uniform blocks. .

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It makes sense – a desk phasetimer

I’m planning a new book – always a complex project! I want to use all I know to do this one efficiently – all the phases every hour, so the work is balanced. A little phasetimer clock right beside me makes more sense than a big one on the wall or set into the desk. Introducing the phasetimer alarm clock! Prototype $13 from Briscoes on special – nice quiet one with sweep motion second hand. Printed to size, inkjet on 250 gsm card, the original clock face pulled off the contact tape, phasetimer cut out and stuck on. Reassembled, and now ready to time my creative hours…

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It goes with a new wall planner I’ve built with iron oxide paint on surface so I can stick movable pieces of magnetic sheet onto it, building up a whole book structure… this is the ‘flow rainbow’ revisited – see this post in my http://www.flowrainbow.wordpress.com:  A Magnetic Book Planner