From Working for a Change: And how many of us knew before this week that foreign companies — from China, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and Denmark — were major operators in 15 American ports? This may be just fine, the way the world works these days. But we’ve never really talked about it, have we? Look. […]
After much waiting, I’ve finally gotten around to releasing the first episode of my podcast. This is a quiet little release. First because it’s only a little over seven minutes long and took me a few hours to record and upload. Second because I’m not actually done with all the geeky, back-end stuff that will […]
this is an episode of my podcast which has gone on indefinite hiatus Welcome to the first episode of the Buddhaworld Podcast wherein I tell y’all what you can expect in future episodes and play some funky Japanese indie-rock. Download here.
In the dream, my uncle John looks like he does in my memory, not the way he looked the last time I saw him at Thanksgiving. At Thanksgiving, he looked like hell, stomach bloated, body frail, cheeks sunken and hallow the effects of serositis of the liver. In the dream, he looks like he […]
Have you ever noticed that whenever a story about Dick Cheney comes out, the accompanying picture is always of Cheney looking, well, evil? Or at the very least, really pissed off? Observe: Then again, he did just shoot someone on a hunting trip. Not that that was on purpose or anything.
The Da Vinci Challenge. Well, more properly, this. (But as of this writing on Friday night, the site hasn’t gone live.) Okay. Everyone’s read The Da Vinci Code. People love it, they hate it, the history’s right on target, it’s totally a mess with glaringly obvious agendas and biases all over the place, it’s not […]