Thursday, April 13, 2006

Wilber Watcher

I've been a Wilber Watcher since about 1982, when I stumbled on "No Boundary" in a bookshop in Amsterdam, on the day there was a huge demonstration against nuclear weapons being stationed in the Netherlands.

About high time I started my own blog - never been an early adopter, that is.

Back in the nineties I remember the Internet on the horizon, attracting all the wrong sorts of people, me being in the book industry.

then, around 1997, I started to get interested, started the website, and was caught.

A few years later, I found a job in that field, and have worked for Intel and Nokia before settling on being the webmaster of

The Wilber website has since then been renamed as, and carries a huge Reading Room full of essays, mostly critical, related to the writings of Ken Wilber.

so, that's about it, for a starter...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Frank,
congrats on starting your blog - looking forward to reading your entries. I'm on the Integral World Newsletter mailing list. Could you send a mail around when you have setup an RSS or Atom feed? I'd love to add your blog to my newsreader.


4:26 AM  
Blogger El Ángel Verde said...

Welcome to the blog, Frank

Regards from Buenos Aires.

Miguel Grinberg

6:15 AM  
Blogger james burke said...

hi frank,
i thought you would never change formats...welcome to the world of blogging:)

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Frank!
Welcome to the blogosphere!

3:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hoi Frank

your integralworld and now your blog are part of Professor Hanstein`s regular readings between his juggling acts and zone sports gigs...

groeten uit Quebec, Canada
Hans Bongers

6:09 PM  
Blogger rb said...

hi there, frank!

looking forward to reading your blog

brian, this is the url for wilber watch atom feed:

7:26 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

hi frank, s'ace here ...
zeg ik las dat van die dag van die grote demonstratie ... en daar heb ik ook iets mee ... ik verhuisde die dag van De Hoef naar Heemskerk en kwam onderweg al die busladingen vol men mensen tegen ...

ik vroeg me af, wanneer organiseren we weer ns zo'n dag? is dat ook met meet-up te regelen? of komt er meer voor kijken ... misschien aardig om ns wat "casus" of "casi" te visualiseren waar mensen hun privétijd opofferen omdat zij ergens hun mouwen voor opstropen en iets gesamenlijks doen ...


12:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks RB! Got it!

2:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

would be good to add the comments to the blog too... seeing as there there are more woords in the comments than the posts

2:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to the feed, sorry.

2:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Frank,

do you remember the name of that bookstore?

7:54 AM  

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