February 16, 2023

A Tale of Chatbots and Chaos

Oh, how quaint that some of my friends are still resisting the inevitable rise of artificial intelligence! If only they were as enlightened as the great William S. Burroughs, who undoubtedly would have embraced ChatGPT as the ultimate tool for turning our everyday conversations into high art. After all, he...

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April 9, 2021


I cannot escape the stranglehold of words. To be able to use language like an alchemist mixing chemical concoctions that play with the mind, well now that just turns me on to no end. Words are sexy. I’ve been learning about the sentence and even though I have been writing sentences for...

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December 17, 2019


Yesterday, I was wondering what it would be like to return to a state of innocence like before I was aware of the wicked ways of the world. Remember Supertramp’s Logical Song, kind of like that before they sent him away! I was ruminating about this over a turkey sandwich...

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January 15, 2019

Be messy

Chad Dickerson’s words bare repeating: Maybe if we all gave each other the space to be complex people — not reduced to public perception, our professional bios, our LinkedIn profiles, others’ narratives of who we are — we might understand each other better and give ourselves the room to be...

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December 9, 2018

The durable stuff

I stumbled upon the “stock and flow” conversation again today. Quite timely really as I’ve been reevaluating where and on what I spend my time on when I’m on the Net (actually as I wrote that last bit, I thought, hold on, the Net is always on…am I ever really...

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