The Muses are invoked, amongst other reasons, in order to explicitly declare that we are not claiming to express any paradigm-associated epoch-oriented and sometimes controversial matters of facts of science or any ideology or some kind of ism at this site...
... They (the Muses) are the divinities proclaimed, due lack of any equally exalted, more inspiring and less disputed explanations concerning creativity, as the unfailing and eternal source of all inspirations associated with art, prose, rhyme, political oratory, theoretical science, higher mathematics and even advertising, as well as the source of all those ubiquitous human rationalizations...
... Unlike certain other dead or disembodied entities, like the algebra of the Structuralists, the negative and positive affinities and the strings of the Physicists and the acetylcholine of the physiologists, they manifest themselves at this site as living. walking, talking and amusing beings with a very fertile imagination...
Excerpts from: Mission Statement
Most of the CSS styling and associated XHTML markup employed at this site for image magnification, image-swaps, pop-ups and many other visual enhancements are based on the genial work of Stu Nichols, that he published back in 2005-2006 in the public domain, with playful masterly dedication and with an eye for standards compliance. Since then he has increased his colorful palette to encompass all hues, tones and scenarios that a webmaster wishing to avoid the use of extensive scripts and catering to the needs of an artist could think of, while designing the layout of his/her from CSS-XHTML-driven interactive web pages. See all that he has made the browsers to render and display without any recourse
any kind of scripts at his site.
We may also mention here the fact, that the ongoing process of standards-disciplining the older pages at this site and creating new ones standards complaint would have been an impossible task without the existence of some reliable open source communities and some creative individuals and the platforms where the works of the latter are accessible to the public. In this respect we may name here just two of them, the WC3 community and A List Apart, which is growing almost to an institution on the web. In fact some of them are really transforming themselves more and more into structures that exhibit characteristics of a full fledged modern social institutions. And this is all happening without any input from Governments and Statesmen! Keeping us updated are the folks at Sitepoint.com, a publishing house and a community in one, fellow earthlings who trudge this planet far off from us out there amidst great corals and pelagic fauna (Australia), while we jostle through historical congestions here, right near to the center of the world, that is still located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Panama Canal. Thanks all!
and verily we say unto you:
god helps those who help others, even when certain humans beings may mistreat them...
Lonely Planet Organizations
Welcome to my website Art, Prose and Rhyme at www.mushtaqbhat.com. This was a project associated with another website of mine at squarespace.com, that was exclusively dedicated to the Muses. However other commitments, especially my own artwork has left me no time to develop these sites further. I have closed the realm of the muses.org. Therefore this site has some probably irritating dead links. Moreover, it has only been sporadically updated since 2005. The years have nevertheless been quite productive for me. It is the reason I am now planning a new website to display my recent projects, which means this site will be closed after the other one is up. It is too much of work for a single person to maintain all the three sites. I am keeping this site online for the time being and hope you will understand. Nevertheless I sincerely apologize for those still extant dead links. Thank you.
Exposition 8 April 2016
Adam & Eve
- Acrylic on Canvas
- 100 x 80cm. 2008
Adam and Eve. Of constraints imposed on knowledge and the meaning of human life. More >>
- Acrylic on Canvas
- 100 x 80cm. 2008
Venus. Currently visiting the earth and enjoying sand and sun at the palm beach.
Nothing New at Janosphere
Not much has changed here since our last update from last year (2008). So we are keeping the following items as our excuse for the delay and for this persistent and shameful state of affairs despite our hints to the contrary ...
Amuse Muses Music
Muses Music Amuse
Music Amuse Muses
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