The Girl Who…

I just finished reading the third and final version of Stieg Larsson’s Millenium Series. You know…those “The Girl Who” books that are showing up everywhere these days and dominate best seller lists. Should I admit to reading something like this? When I try to think of way to describe them, I keep thinking of Stephen […]

Blogging Elsewhere

I’ve been blogging at Teacherly Tech today, getting ready for a workshop this weekend. I don’t have much left to say to Writerly Haphazardry, so I’ll just share one of the videos that I posted to the other blog today. Variations of this have been around and around and around, but it still gets attention.

Shovels, Seeds, and Miracles: A Photo Essay

Shovels, Seeds, and Miracles View more presentations from Sharon Gerald. This is my experiment in a slide-style photo essay. I created this in Keynote (the Mac’s answer to PowerPoint) and uploaded it to SlideShare. You may see this same essay in several other formats before I’m finished. I’m just considering possible ways to make something […]

Reading and Cleaning, Partly

I’ve been trying to convince myself I enjoy housework by playing an audio book while I saunter about the house making pretenses at improving the general situation. What I can say for this method is that I’m making more progress than I would be sitting on the couch watching TV. I go through the motions, […]

Today's Column

From the Hattiesburg American. A FEW DAYS AGO I sat in Starbucks wishing I had my camera with me. A line of people formed, all waiting to order lattes, all looking down at phones rather than ahead toward whatever people watched while in line before ubiquitous text messaging. The symmetry of the scene would have […]