This is the transcript of a conversation I had with one of my Twitter followers. It started with me retweeting a quote from a favorite author of mine, C.S. Lewis. Ted: Christianity if false is of no importance & if true is of infinite importance but it can’t be moderately
Monthly Archives: August 2011
I was working on my How to Think Sideways class last night. I’m massively behind, but I’m not letting that discourage me from continuing to plug away at the coursework. This week’s lesson was about learning the market, and it left me uneasy on many levels. I used to read
Blizzard has announced the 2011 Short Story Writing Contest. The 2010 contest was part of what got me started back on writing again. Last year, my entry didn’t win. I don’t know if it was in the last cut or the first cut. I only know it didn’t make the
1. Other than your computer or anything connected to it, what object is closest to you now? That would be my fireproof box. 2. Extend your right arm all the way to the side: what object is your hand closest to at that moment? The small trash can I keep
This is one of those random posts about the crazy ideas I get in my head sometimes. This one is about prisons. My home state spends approximately $60,000 a year per inmate in our severely overcrowded penal system. I wonder if we couldn’t save some money, while also improving conditions.
Continue reading at your own risk. My blog doesn’t have an about page. Time to correct that. I’m going to open up a little bit today, and tell you about the guy at the keyboard. I grew up and still live in a part of the country affectionately known as
1. How many social media networks do you belong to at the moment? Currently, you can find me on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google Plus. 2. How many social media networks have you joined, then stopped using because you didn’t care for their setup or operation? I can’t think of
It’s good to have friends. I was getting wrapped around the axle (where did THAT expression come from) about my internet presence. I don’t have a very big one, and certainly not as big of one as I used to have in my alter ego as Honorshammer the Paladin tank.
I put my Unicorn story up this morning and by mid-afternoon the critiques were rolling in. I came home and saw a sea of comments. I’ve run a gamut of emotions. First off, I can’t believe some of the mistakes they found. I must have read over this story a
Another milestone cleared in my current Work In Progress. This weekend I passed the 40k word mark. My hero has had his whole world collapse on him, and now he’s got to try to put the pieces back together and see if he can salvage his dream. I’ve also been