Monthly Archives: April 2010
“She stands outside & in me, / a flicker beckoning / at the inmost limit of vision / where the blind spot is insufficiency / of self-knowing.” A poem in celebration of National Poetry Month. Continue reading
On April 28, 2010, the Alaska chapter of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus and the Anchorage 2nd Amendment Task Force demonstrated on the University of Alaska Anchorage campus against University of Alaska Regents Policy and UA regulations which prohibit … Continue reading
This excerpt from Rachel Meikäläinen’s Whole Numbers delves into the meaning of the word integrity.
RT: @MariKurisato: So I wonder how Apple will deal with the whole oops lost $g iPhone Gizmodo saga? // To me: a great free ad for Apple. # Henkimaa: my livesnark of SyFy’s adaptation of Philip José Farmer’s “Riverworld”. Good … Continue reading
SyFy’s latest adaptation of Philip José Farmer’s “Riverworld” series is just as sucky as the last one (when they were SciFi Channel), in spite of some actors I like.
How the main character of Mistress of Woodland became a philosophical forebear of my fictional Consensus society in Long Dark and Cold.
Today was a day focused on writing. But I want to highlight a couple of stories from today re: animal abuse, one by John Aronno at Alaska Commons, and one about a welcome law to outlaw sexual abuse of animals in Alaska.
@cadaverousapple Which one is it? Where? I’ll give you a third hit. (& not from a bong, b/c I don’t have one. Nor even so much as a roach) in reply to cadaverousapple # @ShardAngel — here’s the story I … Continue reading
Today was Third Thursday: which means an evening write-in with my NaNoWriMo peeps, who continue to meet every third Thursday of the month for just such a purpose even when its not NaNovember.
Featuring a slideshow of today’s spring snowstorm in Anchorage.