All Of The Old Posts
February 8, 2019
A therapy session in the form of sixteen songs as the writer (creator?) takes the reader (listener?) back to a time when he was selfish, withdrawn, and completely unaware of either.
January 11, 2019
A surprise from the pop charts, an assignment from a former substitute teacher, some Brit pop band I’ve never heard of: nothing’s really for sure when we talk music with a middle schooler.
December 10, 2018
‘Cause it’s my favorite holiday. Or so the song says, because really it’s a conflicted time filled with happiness, frantic wandering, anxiety and sadness, ALL OF WHICH are perfectly okay to put in a Christmas playlist.
November 27, 2018
I got to be on a podcast last week, where I talked about content strategy, web accessibility, and the complex models we need to create for robots to read our content. I also talked about picklebacks, as well as that time I didn’t get to go to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
November 5, 2018
Tomorrow is election day, so let’s go vote with some empathy and kindness in our hearts for once. Also: Rufus Wainwright.
October 11, 2018
A bunch of vaguely connected songs to listen to while putting things back together – in our houses, or maybe in our lives. Probably in our country, while we’re at it.
September 10, 2018
The 90s gave us a music explosion that changed how we discover and listen to music, just as the 10s have given us a communication explosion that changed how we can discover and listen to horrible people.
September 7, 2018
Thoughts on a re-read of Bill Bryson’s Notes From a Small Island and how I initially thought I was going to write the next great travel novel.
September 5, 2018
An look at the process of writing and how it helps us untangle knots, process emotion, and organize our internal monologue.
August 17, 2018
Two valleys in the west — Jackson Hole in Wyoming, and Teton Valley in Idaho — have helped shape who I am throughout my life, and both are seeing massive change. In this, I attempt to wrap my mind around what that means — to the valleys, and to me.