Musical Interlude and Reflection

At fika this morning we discussed how the advent of digitized music will change how children remember music as adults. Even though CDs, cassettes, 45s, and LPs still exist in many households and second-hand stores, the electronic medium eliminates the physical ownership of something that can be seared into memory because of the cover art,…

Big Deep Chasm of Writing

I have been thinking about the murky, mucky, caffeine frazzled void, into which we writers of most ilks, write. We usually have no idea who reads or glances at our stuff or if they like it or are entertained. Some loyal followers and fellow writers are usually very supportive and eager to tell you (BIG THANX…

Class, what did you learn today?

Today I reversed engineered Stumbled Upon to find inspiration for my post. I found an article by Family on Bikes 50 lessons I wish I had learned earlier. I did not read the post, but I liked the topic. Here are a few lessons I have learned and feel like sharing today. Lesson 1. Most things…

Things that bug me

iTunes 3 month notice for a contract that is already over People who don’t queue properly Loud gum chewing People talking during movies DVDs..if I paid for it, I should be able to play it anywhere in the world That so many yummy things make you fat Sweaty gyms Fluorescent lights Drivers who don’t signal…

The Scribe Inside

I reread some of the material written during NaNoWriMo and I was surprised and puzzled as I do not recognize the writer. This happens a lot. I know it emerged from my brain, shot through my fingers onto the screen and now it is circling back the other way…yet I cannot remember writing it in…