is giving away the new Kindle color. You can check out the contest here. Plus, it’s a pretty neat site.
Teaching Thoreau to studs
today. Civil disobedience. So far, they don’t know what’s happening on Wall St. I’ve been so busy, I’m not quite sure what’s going on there, really. But I’m happy something’s happening. I want more noise from it across the country on each Wall St. equivalent. Does that make sense? Here’s a tongue twister for today: Throw Thoreau thoroughly...
Fall Has Come
to the Midwest. It strictly follows the calendar here. The tree across the street from me is starting to change color. It was an insanely hot summer, but I’m not ready for this quite yet.
I fancy myself a writer, and I have some
publications online, so I thought that I’d link to them here. I was going to start with what I thought was my most recent publication, but remembered a date I was given way back in November of 2010, that I would be published in September 2011. It’s September, 2011. It’s out. They didn’t tell me; I had to find it. So, it’s at the top of this ordered list...
I keep moving
around on the Internet, in real space. I get confused what city I’m in when. I want, one day, to plant a tree and see it grow over years, watching it reaching upwards as I look out a stationary kitchen window, in a stationary home, in a stationary wall. Yep, want to set down roots. On the Internet, there are pages I’ve created which I pretend to have forgotten about. They are like...
House Across the Street
is for sale. It has a pear tree full of fruit ripening. It’s okay. We got some.
My Response to
some of the noise of social networking. This works. This works okay.