Worth the Time

September 28, 2012 | Leave a comment

Last winter, I wrote about how the Kindle Fire had found a special role for me as a curated content device. I’ve since moved on to a Google Nexus 7, which I like very much, and should get around to writing some thoughts about. But the idea is the same — it is a device […]

Permission to Write Freely

September 17, 2012 | Leave a comment

My middle daughter was eager to join me on a trek to Target a few weeks ago. I’d like to think that she was thrilled about the chance to join me in restocking our paper towel cache. The reality was, she had $3 that needed to be unburdened in the $1 Spot, aka the junk […]

It’s Harder to Dodge a Draft When There Isn’t a Canada

September 5, 2012 | 3 Comments

Note: I should begin with an apology to Canada. I have nothing against you. And to your credit, I’m sorry to say I’ve never been to you. For three years we lived within 96 miles of you (or, as you would say, 155km) and we never crossed the border for a visit. I wish we […]