Things worth doing are worth doing right. This is something a lot of us probably remember our parents or grandparents telling us when we were growing up. Becoming good at something takes time. It takes practice. Skills for seeing (i.e. Continue reading Things Worth Doing
Today is June 26, 2012. Forty years ago, at around 7:22 am, I came into this world. You know, back when I turned thirty I hoped that I would be respected by others and treated like an intelligent adult. When Continue reading Thoughts on Forty
Balancing the writing life means different things to different people. A lot of writers have children to look after, so not only are they trying to balance a day job and family life, but also writing. Truth be known, I Continue reading Balancing The Writing Life
You’ll noticed a new look to my website. As it turned out when I upgraded my WordPress installation to the new 3.4 my old theme crashed and died a horrible death. I was stuck for several hours with a “broken” Continue reading When Good Themes Go Bad
I was never a phone person. When cell phones first came out, I got one. I had one of the very first flip phones and it was like carrying a small brick around. As cell phones got smaller, so did Continue reading Windows Phone 7 – A Practical Review
I have been reading over and over again people posting notices on their Facebook pages stating something to the effect of: PRIVACY NOTICE: Warning – any person and/or institution and/or Agent and/or Agency of any governmental structure including but not limited Continue reading You Want Internet Privacy? Leave.
I know a lot of my posts recently have been about relatively mundane things and I haven’t really given a writing update in awhile. It seems that ever since the first of the year, readings have been taking up a Continue reading Writing Updates