Withdrawal from U.S. political media and discussion need not equate to surrender of power.
An author’s online tantrum at a review leads to an exploration of what really is different with the Internet.
The author emerges from the short course in accounting that is U.S. tax time.
A science fiction anthology’s rise demonstrates the grass-roots potential of IT.
A Response to a Swedish Blog on American Government I’ve been pondering my Swedish friend Pelotard’s marvelous blog about his American grill – that is, ever since I finished Read More →
BP’s oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, while tragic for environment and economy alike, also damages us as we watch and assume skills we simply don’t have.
The perfectionism of editing and the expressiveness of dance go oddly together, whether in choreography or film-making on the subject – like much in life.
A few weeks ago, my friend’s Norwegian husband was in Philadelphia and visited the University of Pennsylvania photography-and-text exhibit “Righteous Dopefiend.” When we got together for dinner a week later, Read More →
Something to Talk About … or Not Philadelphia has just completed a gorgeous, 70-degree F week (that’s in the 20s C, for all you civilized souls who use the metric Read More →
Various Looks at the Media My father finished his midday news viewing today and announced, “They say it’s going to rain.” As it was pouring buckets outside, I couldn’t argue Read More →
At the start of my previous blog, I said I’d explain my passive-aggressive approach to search-engine optimization (SEO) in headlines. That was the passive blog post; this is the aggressive Read More →