Way back in 2007 — after a mere nine months of warning — some doctor handed us a little bundle of blankets with a baby inside and suggested we go home and figure it out. This is me trying.
Shortly after my daughter was born, I registered for a clinic to learn how to run five kilometers. I’ve been running and writing about it ever since, but none of it is any sort of advice at all.
With over a decade of experience dribbling my thoughts onto the internets this wannabe writer, novelist & wordsmith has finally settled down and embraced the label of blogger.
For most of my life I’ve defined myself as a gamer. But while I don’t have countless hours to devote to gaming anymore, I still play my fair share and have something to say about it.
reloaded postsa reloaded post isn't much more than a quick-clipped summary of a bunch of small things from the past few days; a few points plus a few words...
informologymy career: information management, information architecture, interface design, and all the related fields that have captured my interest.
rational parentingskepdad was this guy who tried really hard to be a good and rationally-minded parent, but often balked at the irrationalities of the world around him.
new years postsalways one of my personal favorites, my annual collection of reflective, retrospective questions meant to ‘milestone’ the passage of my year.
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