As technology marches on, my profession of librarianship has to change and adapt. On a personal level, that means if I don’t change and adapt, my skill set becomes outdated, and soon I’m a dinosaur. I’ve managed to stay ahead of the curve with regard to web technology and multimedia production, and that fact has […]
George Carlin, on “rights”: Personally, when it comes to rights, I think one of two things is true: I think either we have unlimited rights, or we have no rights at all. Personally, I lean toward unlimited rights – I feel, for instance, I have the right to do anything I please. But, if I […]
The often told, but always worth listening to, story of Henry Rollins, as told by Henry Rollins.
Batman? checkWilly Wonka? checkDark Shadows? checkAbe Lincoln? Check Tim Burton’s list of things to ruin.
I’m reading Solipsist, by Henry Rollins. I always find the idea of solipsism fascinating. Solipsist is the usual hard-smashing kind of stuff you expect from Henry. Written in 1998, I wonder how it would be if he’d written it today.
I think I may have mentioned that my friends seem to think I skate flatground better on a standard newschool street board. So I’ve been riding one for a couple of weeks. In fact, the video I just posted is done on this board. it’s a standard 7.75″ wide newschool board, from Index Skate Supply […]
A new skate video… Warning – I shot this video mostly to analyze my own skating – so yes — it is mostly the same footwork sequence over and over, from different angles. But some of it was kind of cool, so I decided to put it up here on youtube. My friend Tony Gale […]