Food brings people together (i.e., breaking bread), but when there’s an issue with the food, that could make an issue with the togetherness. It’s no secret that the chicken industry is flawed, mostly due to expediency and girth of the product. Yet the market (us) demands, so the industry supplies. The ethics (or lack thereof?)Continue reading “Chicken”
Yesterday, I sent out four packets of The Daily Times to four different syndication companies. This packet feels solid. I’ve attempted to syndicate twice before – once with Perk at Work and most recently with Bark & Grill. I’m optimistic about this project. Why? because it deals with the issue of small, independently-owned print newspapers.Continue reading “Sent “The Daily Times” packet”
Truly nerdy by nature.
What would it be like if we got emails like we got snail mail — once a day? I bet those emails would be finely crafted. But, instead, we get emails all the time. ALL THE TIME! There’s something good to that but something bad to that as well. Double-edged sword.
An old fashioned joke from an old fashioned guy.
Ever wonder how dirty your keyboard is? How often do you wash it and/or disinfect it? There are so many things we don’t think are dirty, but we touch without hesitation nor with cleaning afterwards: car door handles, shoelaces, water faucet handles, etc. For some, this realization causes panic. For others, like myself, it’s reassuring.Continue reading “Computer Problems”
I had to revise this one in Procreate as the ink drawing didn’t show “JAM” large enough. So it’s a hybrid.
Language, like many things in life, is a wonderful resource but only when it is not overused. The basic function of language is to communicate. Yet, when it is inundated with verbosity and/or convoluted syntax, it yields the antithesis of the desired objective. In short, simpler is better. Many writers are criticized for writing atContinue reading “Big Words”