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This blog is by design as close to nonpolitical as possible. It’s supposed to be a refuge from all the bad and difficult things that run the world, a place to find something cool or funny or interesting to look … Continue reading
Testing the new WordPress app update, running on a Nexus 5 under Android Marshmallow, by presenting you with a random photograph from that phone’s camera. (It turned out to be a photograph of a Presidential glass limousine painted an interesting … Continue reading
Me, when I realize I’m about to eat dinner and not only have I not posted to my blog yet, but I have no idea whatsoever what I am going to post.
It’s September at last: time to start the story project I’ve been planning. I’m going to write a prose story here on the blog, with the goal of finishing it by the end of September. It’s a Kekionga story featuring … Continue reading
Happy Tuesday! There’s a new story up on my story site, freshly posted and awaiting your minicomic reading pleasure. It’s called Fleek!, and it’s a little nonsense story about the nature of names and language– and it will surprise no … Continue reading
Judging from the stats (Yes, I’m watching you reading me, but only in terms of raw numbers- I am not tracking you individually by means of some kind of blogging platform software drone. Really.) the audience is quite interested in … Continue reading
A welcome sight, from left to right: street/general purpose glasses, studio glasses, bifocal shades. My new prescription has been made up, and I can see again in all three modes. Plus my street glasses are in an old favorite set … Continue reading
Time to get new glasses and twist my astigmatic eyes back into position. That means, among other things, that my studio glasses are in the shop getting new lenses put in, so heavy work at the desktop is going to … Continue reading
First, Happy Armstrong Day. On July 20th 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin of NASA became the first human beings to walk on the surface of another world. Those of you who are too young to remember that day, and … Continue reading
Blogger’s note: News broadcasts and the serious and thinky parts of the internet are particularly grave today, concerned with tragic and confusing events. In the personal sphere, people in my life are facing losses of their own. I have strong … Continue reading