Monthly Archives: August 2014

Social media, attention whores and Robin Williams

Perhaps this should be where the conversation stops–The Instagram account of Zelda Williams–Robin Williams’ 25-year-old daughter. This social media thread should also perhaps be the final rallying point, guest book, or sympathy card in social media.  But sadly, it is not. … Continue reading

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This momentum thing can get addicting (Oh, and WHAT ABOUT posting one’s work to the blog?)

All right.  Seems like trying to pinch the germ of an idea out of one’s cerebral petrie dish is the hard part.  I’m already a chapter in to my work.  For me–THIS is the comparative cakewalk. Those that have been … Continue reading

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And . . . book . . . STARTED!

A couple of posts ago, I stated that I had the idea for a non-fiction book–to wit: An academic satire; a good-natured Manchurian bloodletting of a humorless subject–but one in which I repair most of the wounds at the end. … Continue reading

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A mishmash of Ukuleles, Yosemite, and Strum Shops

My buddy Rob phoned me up earlier in the year to see if I wanted to go to Yosemite and climb Half Dome.  I said yes.  Then I realized that seventeen-mile cardiovascular death march was going to require me to … Continue reading

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