Yes, too much jargon, or too much of the insipid? That’s this one. Too Much Jargon, if you ask me. No one did.
Client called with a great idea, the next big thing! "What if you did a series on YouTube, about astrology?" “Like Bare Foot Astrology?” "No, you don’t get it! Like, explain the signs a little, then have a link back to you! People can get a reading then! “Don’t you see? Put it up on [...]
12 Writing Rules Suggestions, but, where do I start? (Web Hosting endorsement)
From Peter Hall’s Shakespeare’s Advice to the Players – Shakespeare tells the actors when to go fast and when to go slow; when to come in on cue, and when to accent a particular word or series of words. He tells the actor much else; and he always tells him when to do it (provided [...]
Weird how this kind of material percolates to the top of the brain, unbiden thoughts that surface after so many years dormant. Coffee Maker Memories The first part is two-fold, and previously, I’ve written it elsewhere, I think. It was either a ‘Tom Thumb’ or Safeway, but I think, ‘Tom Thumb.’ It was 8-O’Clock coffee, [...]
The equations of profit and loss, metrics, and relative success. Prompted by this article, with a hook that caught me, “I owned a bar,” I had to stop, briefly, and consider. However, for me, it’s more Lemons and Limes as pieces of the greater picture. I happen to love my “Day Job,” with all its [...]
At the Rock Shop Again Looks like Austin, At the Rock Shop Again, at Nature’s Treasure. astrofish.net/travel astrofish.net/books Two-Meat Tuesday: Astrofish.Net/Xenon Two-Meat Tuesday - Kramer Wetzel
Vaccines Are vaccines really good? Oddly enough, via NPR.
Short link to an article about NDE, which, in turn is a topic I have experienced, first hand. The last one was the most clear, as I can recall the vision, previously annotated here. There was no doubt. When common elements surround each narrative of similar experience, that points to myth, perhaps even an Ur-myth, [...]
This borders more on obsession than First Folio Stories, but a nice review of what I hope is a library book for me – all about Folger’s magnificent obsession. I don’t share quite the same level of obsession with Shakespeare scholarship. #Shakespeare
'TNT has set a pilot order for Will, “a series about a young William Shakespeare told in raucous style,” from Craig Pearce, the longtime writing partner of Baz Luhrmann, the filmmaker behind The Great Gatsby and Moulin Rouge — so that should give you some idea of what to expect should Will go to series.' [...]