Jesus Alone Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds We No Who U R Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds On the Run Pink Floyd Daydreaming Radiohead Myrrhman Talk Talk Fade Sleater-Kinney What's the Frequency, Kenneth? R.E.M. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine Vic Chesnutt Highway Patrolman Bruce Springsteen Love Vigilantes New Order Gospel The National … Continue reading 12 Songs I Played the Most in 2017
Great Expectations Charles Dickens The Creative Habit: Learn It & Use It For Life Twyla Tharp Man's Search for Meaning Viktor E. Frankl Empire of Imagination: Gary Gygax and the Birth of Dungeons & Dragons Michael Witwer Trigger Warnings: Short Fictions and Disturbances Neil Gaiman Bluebeard Kirt Vonnegut The Power of the Other Henry Cloud … Continue reading 12 Books I Enjoyed Most in 2017
When did in-line links become a thing—-better question: when did they become ubiquitous? And why? I confess that I’ve used in-line links in the past, but it’s only now that I realize how stupid that is. As a writer, why would you ever want to invite people to leave what you’ve written mid-sentence? Seems a … Continue reading Argument Against In-line Links
The luster of social media has worn off for me. Deleted Facebook a year ago. Deleted Tumblr. And today I deleted twitter. Instagram is only one I have left. Maybe it’s because Instagram is less of a window of negativity. Every time I opened one of the other apps, I’d see something that would send … Continue reading Social Nuke
I'm always baffled by people's individual perceptions of things--and by things I usually mean books, movies and TV shows. (I'm rarely baffled by people's political views. I just expect madness there.) For every thing that I enjoy; every thing that moves me and makes me want to just completely live in another world, there is … Continue reading Razor Blade Rubik’s Cube
Maybe it's more fantasy than reality (we all tend to remember our yesterday's more fondly the further away they get) but I remember a time when blogs were fucking cool and and weird and maybe a little subversive. I've talked a lot of trash about blogging in the past. I've definitely said that I hate … Continue reading When blogs weren’t shit
I'm a true crime lover. Always have been. So, of course, this means I love the true crime podcast trend started by Serial. Currently obsessed with Up and Vanished. It's really well done.