Tonka Town

I got the deluxe playset.

Finally, I get this feeling we’re all alone in one big world
Just to realize that all these shapes and colors are
So it doesn’t hurt so badly.

∽ Angels & Airwaves

Jeremy Keith makes excellent point about surveillance and tracking being out of control. His article Third Party is here.


Going to do some back-filling of content I orginally posted just on Facebook. Not everything, just things I’d like to have in my own web space.


This is a neat tool that’s a good example of fancy web tech being used to produce an elegant, simple, old school result.


The last time I saw her, she was walking away from me in Union Square Station…

…many people don’t know that Union Square Station is ten-thousand miles long.


Rowing Machine Trancendence

Popeye in boat. Olive Oyl rowing.
I yam what I yam.

Now is the time of year when “real” rowers are finishing up the fall racing season by traveling to regattas where they can experiment with the effects of frostbite on psychological health and athletic performance. Feeling icicles form inside your … the rest “Rowing Machine Trancendence”


World of Wonders

U.S. astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch spacewalking
U.S. astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch doing their work.

This morning I watch, in intimate detail, two consummate professionals doing their work, in space. They are both enclosed in a layer of material designed to separate them from the rest of the universe; a universe which would kill them … the rest “World of Wonders”


Facebook Wordcraft

Willie Shakes
How best to express my sincerity?

First Draft

Spending time on Facebook has the potential to connect us; to bring us together on the essential issues that define us as humans. We just need to remain respectful and sympathetic. Sometimes we don’t understand that people may … the rest “Facebook Wordcraft”


What the Internet is For

If the internet only ever accomplished allowing this video to be seen, its invention would still have been worth it.

“You shouldn’t let poets lie to you.”


“I don’t believe this community could’ve manifested in any place other than San Francisco. We belong to San Francisco,” said Archbishop Franzo W. King, co-founder of the Church of St. John Coltrane.