I watched an interesting show about the history of food on German tv the other night. Although the program was… Read more How Many Chickens in a Lifetime?
Some Short Story Writing Tips
Last week I read some of the short stories submitted to the sci-fi magazine I’ve been helping with. It was… Read more Some Short Story Writing Tips
I hadn’t blogged in forever and that was bugging me, but I couldn’t think of anything to blog about. So,… Read more Three Socks
Just a Few Days Left
Long story, short: I’m helping start a new science fiction magazine! And (if you’re reading this before October 30, 2021)… Read more Just a Few Days Left
Rage Against the Fitness Tracker, part II
Part I, if you did not catch it, is here. But to summarize, the fitness tracker totally screws up its… Read more Rage Against the Fitness Tracker, part II
What Blade Runner Is Really About
Every now and again the very obvious truth of some matter will wriggle its way through my thick skull and… Read more What Blade Runner Is Really About
Rage Against the Fitness Tracker, part I
If we’d played our cards right, my GPS watch and I could have walked from Montreal to Mexico City and… Read more Rage Against the Fitness Tracker, part I
Early April’s snow showers have given way to dry, cool, sunny days and frosty nights. And dry is not what… Read more Who!
Dreaming of a White… Easter?
Whale Culture and Learning
I can’t decide if this makes me happy or sad. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/mar/17/sperm-whales-in-19th-century-shared-ship-attack-information