Month: October 2019

Circles in the Sand

New Note: Google+ is now essentially defunct, becoming yet another desiccated body on the internet highway. But as a companion piece to my recent “Confessions of a Social Media Dork” post, I thought I’d share this little nugget from back in the day, as the thought process can […]

Past Imperfect – #378

Deep in an underground research bunker, because above-ground bunkers are just not as exciting, a conversation is taking place… Historian #1, the guy with the most seniority: “This is an amazing artifact. Where on earth did you manage to find this?” Historian #2, with no seniority at all […]

Past Imperfect – #69

Six degrees of snarkeration…   Take 1: Some people will do anything to get more likes on Facebook. Facebook will do anything to get more likes on the giant files of our personal data they are trying to sell to the highest Russian bidder.   Take 2: Congress […]

Almost Wordless Wednesday – #12

Once more into the rabbit hole, Dear Alice… This week’s story-prompt photo was taken at Hidden Valley Ranch in Pecos, New Mexico. We had just been sharing cocktails and conversation on the patio outside the main lodge, when said conversation suddenly turned on me, with the end result […]