Of particular importance is my interest in a legacy. I am passionate about telling my story. Above all else, I trust that my musings will pass along a message that I cannot reach into my own ancestry for. That message will be a referential perspective to those in need of familial comfort. If we are to know the answer to life, the universe, and everything, we are to know our history.
There’s something to be said for focus. Hitting the hot spots on the web for news is well and good, but it’s probably more productive to focus on those places that can offer you something to comment on, rather than simply steal your attention away from what you came there to do.
I thought I invented the word metaphysiology just now. Meta- being the state of something being in an advanced or super state, physique/physical representing the anatomy, and finally -ology being the study of. Together that gives you the “scientific study of superhuman qualities or powers.” Alas, the New Age folks have already taken the word… Continue reading Metaphysiology: My Word, not Theirs
Today we ventured out to the North Georgia Celtic Festival to see the shows. Amy had some real work to do, photographing some of the performers, but Balthazar and I were there just to enjoy the day. This is the fourth annual celebration of Celtic arts, music, and culture hosted by Emerald Rose. We’re good… Continue reading The North Georgia Celtic Festival
This morning, I opened a letter from my mom – snail mail, not email. It’s unusual to get personal letters when there are no holidays or birthdays in sight, so I was a little apprehensive of this one. As I unfolded the sheets of paper from the envelop, I could see that what I had… Continue reading MadLib Biographies: Longhand
Carlos Rivera and I have both been trying to recruit additional members into the blogosphere. At present, we’re working on pressuring a fellow car-pooler, David C., and a co-worker, Marc W. Each of them have some assemblage of a web site already, but you and I know that excuse is lame. Besides, I don’t think… Continue reading New Recruits
If you don’t frequent ChangeThis.com, you probably should. They play host to many a free resource for the techno-exec style white paper. I recently read through The Beginner’s Guide to Business Blogging, which was actually a good read cover to cover (as most of their guides are). The topics covered helped me with my personal… Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to Business Blogging
Today’s word of the day is: epiphenomenon An epiphenomenon is a secondary phenomenon that occurs as a result of another and remains a complice. In the blogging world, you might attribute the photo-blog as an epiphenomenon to the weblog itself.
Darren “Barefoot” has kept me entertained for some time with his writings. His site was my original inspiration to get in blogging, so give it a look.