This is my interstellar craft of truth and wit. Buckle up. If you want celebrity gossip, this is not the blog for you. If you want comfortable postings that’ll fill you with happy fuzzy thoughts about the world at large, or self-help guru shit, this is not the blog for you.
Tag Archives: blogging
Hey, reader. So I’ve not been blogging on purpose. Didn’t have it in me. For two years. Yeah, I know. You can fake it if you wanna, but I don’t phone it in. What you don’t know is, the more annoyed or passionate I’ve been of late, say the last six months, the more I’ve been […]
Wow, so this posting got long. It should probably be separated. I just don’t have the emotional-editorial prowess for that, so I’ll leave it all jumbled together. I’m sure as the days and weeks move on, I’ll become more cemented in what I believe about Derek’s legacy in the blogging world, but, for now, I’m […]
There’s something really right about how people around the world are being moved to tears at the amazing end-of-life “The Last Post” published posthumously by my friend Derek K. Miller. If you don’t know the story of Derek, you can read the Vancouver Sun’s tribute to him here. I didn’t know him well. I had […]
Sometimes all it takes to get back into writing is to sit down and do it. Got a comment this morning that I promptly deleted, since I’m just getting too old for that shit. If you want to call me out objectively on anything I’ve written, step right up, my friend. Let’s have a beer and chew […]
Come Saturday I’ll be giving a talk at Vancouver’s “Mental Health Camp,” where the goal is to get people thinking about stigmas attached to a wide range of mental conditions — from ADHD and depression through to eating disorders and compulsions all the way to harder-core afflictions like bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Me, I’ll be […]
Yesterday, someone in the Vancouver social media scene* sort of thought it ironic that I should slag “tweetups” as being elitist and circle-jerky, since I was avoiding the whole worldwide “Social Media Appreciation Day” thing that Mashable sponsored and launched right here in Vancouver. Apparently the thought is that I am now “elite” in Vancouver. […]