Monthly Archives: November 2015

What everything isn’t

We know shit. I mean, in respect to the Everything that surrounds us, and the culture in which we are pickled from start to finish, what we know rounds to nothing and is, with the provisional exception of the subjects … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Ideas, Journalism, Life, publishing | 8 Comments

Remembering Big Davy

Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. — Mahatma Gandhi I’m not sure if Gandhi actually said that. Somebody did. My best human chance of finding who said it — or … Continue reading

Posted in Berkman, Friends, history, Life, News, Obituary, Past, Personal, Photography | 9 Comments

A fine suburban #sunrise and a vexing #CS6 issue

Made a dawn run to the nearby Peets for some dry cappuccinos, and was bathed in glow on my return by one of the most spectacular sunrises I have ever seen. It was post-peak when I got back (to the place … Continue reading

Posted in Personal, Photography, problems, Technology, Travel | 4 Comments

The iPad Pro is for business

The rap on Apple for years was that it made gear just for hipsters and schools. But that’s no longer the case. It’s kicking ass in business now too, and in a way that may end up being more dominant … Continue reading

Posted in Apple, Business, Technology | 5 Comments

WMAL/630am 2.0

A few months back I wrote a post with a headline in the form of a question: How will WMAL-AM survive losing its transmitter? Here was my best guess at the time: To stay on the air, WMAL will need to find … Continue reading

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