Phish: 10/29/2010 Entire Show Atlantic City, NJ [VQ: A, AQ: A+]

Set 1: The Star Spangled Banner, My Soul, AC/DC Bag, Ocelot, Sample In a Jar, Light Up Or Leave Me Alone, Sugar Shack, Timber (Jerry), Bouncing Around the Room, Axilla, Rift, The Moma Dance, Cities, 46 Days

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iGHfOWMRvI[/youtube]

Set 2: Punch You In The Eye, Sand, Carini, Prince Caspian, Corinna, Piper, Theme From the Bottom, Golgi Apparatus, Slave To The Traffic Light, Fluffhead

Encore: Loving Cup

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnFNDiGVtxY[/youtube]

[Setlist via Phish.net]

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  1. Fascinating. The role of sound and the way we use it…reminds me of music and the use of the rest. I was always tugaht that the rest, that space between notes that has a pre-defined amount of time, is to be thought of as a note itself. the emptiness of sound is just as important as the space filled with sound.

  2. I agree with some of your points about inntotutiisal culture and language.But I feel what you say re the language of assessment is over-simplified – the examples you give really relate to older models of assessment heavily focused on exams. Newer models of assessment are not pass/fail and do not rely on ‘finality of failure’.Also, we shouldn’t deny that hard work has a place in learning. I’ve always enjoyed the fun, creative side of learning but a few things I’ve learned which I highly prize have involved hard, difficult work.

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