As you can probably tell by the way that I often start posts with a 100+ word barely-in-the-same-area-code-as-actual-post-topic tangential ramble, I occasionally suffer from an inability to get the point. Which is to say, my blog posts are never likely to be used in a middle school English composition class, because I’m pretty sure you’re … Continue reading Let’s talk about, um…something. What was I saying? Oh, yeah, distractions!
It never ceases to amaze me how every time I start with something small and intentionally shallow, I end up contemplating it hours later in a completely different way. Case in point, yesterday’s post about finding “Aquaman” scrawled across the door frame of a men’s room in New England was intended to be this quick, … Continue reading Postscript: In Defense of Aquaman
I fully intended to write a real post today. But then I went to my local Joseph Beth Bookseller at lunch and bought something. Here it is, sitting on my desk this afternoon. No, I wasn't reading it at work; that would have been unprofessional. But, as I said yesterday, I've been waiting for it for more twenty years. … Continue reading Diving down the rabbit hole and a haiku for A Memory of Light
Image courtesy twitterand Wikipedia For more than a year now, I've had a post about twitter in mind. I was considering perhaps an explanation of what I find so appealing about it or a piece comparing/contrasting it with facebook. Yet, all that time, the wordless draft has been sitting on the server, alone and seemingly … Continue reading Why #twitter rules (abridged) and why writers need it (or The day #askagent EXPLODED)