About This Site.

This site is a collection of thoughts, personal mementos and creative works from throughout my adult life.  After considerable reflection, I have decided to leave the content  fairly uncensored.  I tend towards the emotionally direct and aesthetically provocative, and it may be difficult for those with different styles or backgrounds to distinguish material that is authentic, from material that is creative expressionism. In the end, I decided to trust my audience.

I also have to be honest with myself in realizing that including my personal thoughts and artwork is, ultimately, an act of vanity.  Just about all the visitors here will be searching for a specific editorial or technical paper of mine, perhaps the occasional song that I once in a while get requests for.    But here it all is anyway. 

One last comment on personal censorship.

We all are integrated beings that need and deserve rich modes of expression and humanistic standards of behavior. Fortunately, the days when one could craft distinct, targeted online identities are fading fast. What I want to present here is a view into all the corners of my world, from fantasy to livelihood. I will try not to be offensive or break confidences, but neither will I shy away from the errors of my life, the oddities of my dreams or direct discussions of my beliefs. Employers, customers, investors, friends, lovers, enemies, employees, family… welcome!

– Ken


  • Rob  On November 4, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    Great Stuff!

    RO 007

    • Ken Kantor  On November 5, 2012 at 12:06 pm

      Many thanks Ziggie! I really appreciate the visit. How did you find the site?


  • Rob  On November 5, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    I guess you get pointed in the right direction when your looking. Thanks for putting in the time to pass along your expertise. I look foward to talking with you.

  • Richard Hefner  On May 11, 2017 at 10:24 pm

    Ken – I’ve sought out and purchased a pair of NHT Model 2.9’s in Albany, NY and will drive them across country next month to Northern California. The seller noted that it was like rounding up a stray and returning it to Benicia. I’m not sure if any of your speakers have visited Mount Rushmore before. We’ll send a postcard.

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