Do certain objects unexpectedly feel like a connection to the past for you? I expect that feeling for souvenirs and picture frames that are intended to evoke memories, but I find myself surprised when I think about how certain ordinary objects conjure up Go »
R.I.P. Roger Ebert
I've been dreading discussing this topic for years. Roger Ebert's passing today brings an end to his prolific writing and thinking, and his relentless promotion of the values of kindness and honesty. Go »
The Revenge of Edward Norton
For two nights in a row, I've had dreams about Edward Norton. Well, they're not really about him, but he's prominent in both. Go »
Power is Restored
Most players don't know this, but last summer I had to give up using Kai's Power Goo to create celebrity goos. I had bought a new computer running WinXP, and the 5-year-old software simply wasn't compatible. Go »
Suburban Chicken Littles
Last week in my sociology class, we watched a "Dateline NBC Special Report" on race in America, specifically on suburban neighborhoods becoming black. The focus was on Matteson, a southern Chicago suburb that twenty years ago got its first black residents Go »
Life is Good
Things are going well these days. Kelly's in Chicago for two weeks, so I get the place to myself, except for these noisy, attention-starved cats. Go »
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