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Crashing at the College Inn, Lost In Time

In 1992, DO-IT was founded with funding from the National Science Foundation, and every year since then has hosted a Summer Study program in which high school students with disabilities spend two weeks on the UW campus staying in dorms, learning about college life, participating in workshops and going on field trips that expose them […]

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Now

This page was formerly called Projects, but I like the immediacy of Now. I’m a strong believer in living fully immersed in this moment, so it’s only natural that I would sign on to the growing Now movement: See other Now supporters on nownownow.com. In this moment, I’m breathing, thinking, and writing the content that […]

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Choosing a Web Portal: NetVibes vs Protopage

Given the death of Google Reader in July and the eminent death of iGoogle in November, I’ve been shopping for alternatives. I need a single service that will serve as my dashboard and web portal, providing me with news updates, RSS feeds, and convenient access to bookmarked websites all from a single location. It needs […]

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Spam and Literature

I’ve long been an enthusiast of collage in various media—visual art, literature, music. This Fall I hope to unveil my latest musical project, a grand musical mashup that I’ve been actively working on for over a year, but my interest in such things originated much earlier. Back in the 80’s I was into William S. […]

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Hustle is neither Hype Nor Hope. It is both Hope and Hype.

This post is a belated reply to Dylan Wilbank’s blog post Hustle Is Hype and Joel Goodman’s reply Hustle is Hope. Both writers make gobs of excellent points, and the discussion on both blogs and on Twitter is great. I agree with Dylan that there needs to be balance in life. Living a life that […]