Monthly Archives: November 2009

Taking Ourselves Seriously (IAS) – Part I

Before I dig into the event itself I’ll make a few introductory remarks. One, I like the presenters from the IAS. I personally find them to be engaged, interesting, and respectful people who I am going to try very hard not to slam in this report back because I don’t actually feel badly or angrily […]

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Status update – module 1 is a green light

It is now a couple weeks since my “brain problem” and everything is looking great. Perhaps I need to sleep a little bit more, but that is it. My hand coordination is within a couple percent of normal. My speech is fine. I am OK. Thanks to everyone who expressed concern in this matter. As […]

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anarchy on the radio: playlist #4 ‘n #7

Having a radio show can be a lot of work, if you really spend time on it, plan stuff out, make it amazing, and make romantic attempts at execution. It takes time, and lots of (ex)work[ers] – here are two playlists from my shows. The talking, the randomness, the part that really makes it radio, […]

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Hello world!

Hello World, I am here, the time is now.

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Hello world!

Hello World, I am here, the time is now.

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What is new with Little Black Cart – November 2009

LBC just had a great trip up to the northwest. The first annual Seattle bookfair was a success and we got to see lots of old and new friends. We brought a posse with us which made the long drive a lot more fun. We look forward to spending more time in the NorthWest as […]

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