1. Kids don’t use them. Every student has to bring a bunch of stuff home at the end of the year that was never used. But because the school has some single list for all classrooms, everyone in Ms. Brunchy’s
I grew up on Robin Williams. And Tom Hanks, but Robin Williams was more pervasive and more invasive; his stand up meant he opened up his head and his heart in ways that actors can’t on TV shows and movies.
The western, popularly-elected democratic government is the cutting edge of governance at the moment, but it doesn’t mean there is no room for improvement. This interests me from the standpoint of a sci fi fan, an old political science major, and
A full third of 2014 is gone. In that dark, frozen time, I have set several writing goals for the year and then plugged away trying to meet them. Here’s how things have turned out so far: Words written: 100,000 (on
Author, blogger, writer, Chuck Wendig explains the writerly emotions that require stompage in wonderful detail here. Yes, I’ve experienced almost all of them, sometimes multiple ones in the same day. But not #19 or 20. They’ll probably appear at some point.
i09 did a wrap-up of a bunch of cool, futuristic stuff that kind of happened this year. The achievements include: brain-to-brain interface interstellar travel government recognition of transgender people and cyborgs reversing aging quantum computing first net-positive fusion reaction cybernetic
October was supposed to be a month of putting edits in the novel to be published soon. But it started with a two-week paid vacation for me courtesy of Sen. Ted Cruz and his merry band in the House. So
I’m still processing the mass shooting on Monday at the Navy Yard. I suspect I will be for quite a while. I work in Southwest DC and was just getting off the bus when I heard the driver’s radio mention that
10 Things that are worse when green: Food that should be brown or white Furniture – it just looks industrial and crappy Walls – worst color choice, IMHO Human tissue – ew Vehicles – looks industrial and crappy Windows –
As a SFWA member (an Associate who barely qualified, but hey) I feel I should say something about the latest controversy. Adding my testicularly-affected voice to the discussion, as author Chuck Wendig points out, is not to be a hero, but to