I’m thinking many people have wondered about the origins of my URL, or not. I’ve based my email addresses on Steely Dan song titles simply because I didn’t want an email address like firstname.lastname@example.org. Steely Dan song titles worked great; hence email@example.com (Book of Liars is a Dan song not currently on YouTube) Okay, now […]
He was walking in the morning, Sunshine a green and red pizza-sliced umbrella hung over his head like a clown’s frown He was neither here nor there but anywhere was better than his here and now With a grey rag wool cap on his head and a scratched up pair of $3.99 Aviator sunglasses covering […]
Sometimes when I’m having a hard time coming up with something to write about I put on a piece of music guaranteed to stimulate a brain wave or two. I’m currently listening to Charles Ives and his Concord Symphony, specifically ‘Hawthorne’, the second movement of the piece. Ives isn’t for the average listener, believe me. […]
Strange mood this evening, peoples Felt like some appropriate night music. Enjoy.
Dear Dad, I know you’ll never read this but I wanted to take a few minutes and tell the world how very much you mean to me and Maureen. We miss so many things about you; your laugh, your smile, your once bright eyes, the way you used to drive Mom nuts whenever you tried […]
I am all about the stars. Just downloaded ‘Stellarium’ tonight. Had to share. Even the desktop icon is cool for this program. If you like stars and the night sky this program is nuckin’ futs. It’s a big file (@40megs) but totally worth it. I’ve been trolling the sky for the past half hour. Click […]
I’ve been thinking about starting a website called Shitter that’s based on Twitter. It’s all about sharing information. The gist of it is that you update your status from the can. It would be all text because you just don’t bring a laptop into the bathroom. A sleek mobile application called ‘Poopdeck’ would be nice […]
There are days when my eyes open on the world and I see things as they are. I notice the difference immediately because most days my vision is subconsciously selective; I see the things the way I want to see them. Today, I saw sadness. I know, big surprise, huh? On my way to lunch […]
I follow many people on Twitter and one of them is the writer Jonathan Carroll. Although most of his tweets are of quotes and interesting life observations he occasionally will post a link to a website he’s found that interests him. Being a big JC fan I inevitably follow his links. I consider Carroll to […]
There is a speck of truth to this Hemingway quote for yours truly.
I’m thinking for everyone else as well.
I do love my sleep and the thought of turning off the invisible faucet still dripping with the miscommunications and shortfalls of the day now past me.
Maybe it’s no surprise that tomorrow is only accessible by passing through
the mysterious and stygian gates of slumber.
The world of all things nocturnal has always held a strange fascination with me.
I’ve found that when I write a fair amount of memoir during the day, my dreamworld is filled with
many things, some good and some not so good.
I searched the net and found some incredible facts regarding sleep . . .