Category Archive: Linkage

Nov 28

For those about to shop, I salute you.

I’m changing it up a bit this year. Mind you, I’m not actually asking people to shop for me for holiday-type presents. There’s nothing I need all that badly, and almost everything on the lists linked below could best be described as “frivolous.” And yet, since people have asked, here we go: Elfster wishlist – …

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Apr 23

It’s been a long month. Here, have some memes.

The move into the new apartment is (largely) over with (for me, not yet for Kyla) but I’m too worn out to go into great detail about much of anything. So, instead, please enjoy a couple of recent meme-type imagery I cranked out over the last month or so. Wasn’t that fun? Thank you, and …

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Feb 08

Soon No Longer To Be The Ultimate Answer

Four weeks from now, I cease to be the Ultimate Answer To Life, The Universe, And Everything. I don’t know what the number 43 is. Wikipedia doesn’t give me anything interesting to go on. I guess we’ll find out, won’t we? Enjoy it while it lasts, eh? Oh, and if you’re considering buying me things …

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Dec 13

The First Real Installment

On Tuesday I posted the first installment of The Critter Conundrum, which is a nice foot-in-the-door moment but there are only a few hundred words in that prologue and not much to get excited about. Today? You get the first and (currently) biggest real installment, where we meet Charlie and get reacquainted with Andrew (this …

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Dec 10

The Critter Conundrum

Starting today and running for thirteen weeks, Tuesdays and Fridays at 10am Pacific Time, provided nothing goes horribly awry during the following three months, you may read installments of The Critter Conundrum, my NaNoWriMo-fueled serialized story project, over at the new Stories site. Share and enjoy, won’t you?

Nov 06

One Night In Portland

I’m going on record (ha ha) with an unpopular musical opinion, and I don’t really care who knows it. Back in early 1985 two singers released their own versions of the same song. I was thirteen years old at the time, right in the target demographic for Top-40 “Z” stations like Z-100 here in Portland. …

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