On communication, introversion, and being underwhelming in person.
Three bursts of pandemic poetry, courtesy of word magnets.
Lately, though, I miss just blogging. Typing. Not for readers, not for followers, not for anyone. Just writing for me.
For 2019, a new list of random things I like, inspired by my One List a Day journal.
Musings on blogging and gardening.
Musings on the power of the cursor.
After reading “My Family’s Slave,” Alex Tizon’s story in the Atlantic, my mind has been a cauldron.
As I prepare for my company’s annual meetup, I revisit my past flash talks and (not surprisingly) amass a list of abandoned topics for my next one.
Notes on editing, writing, and working — and a Q&A with writer Richard Gilbert, who recently published “Why I Hate My Dog” on Longreads.
From an essay by Teju Cole on his time exploring and photographing the landscape of Switzerland: Light from the world could be fixed on a surface: It was possible to take the shadow away from the body and show it elsewhere. I always enjoy Cole’s musings on photography and the wandering quality of his prose. AndContinue reading “Surface”