I like trains. Their size and power are fascinating.
I run my life with lists. I have a to-do list for every day. I have a vacation list, a Waterline event list, and a FewerThan500 post list. I have grocery lists, which I strictly stick to, much to the occasional annoyance of my wife. I rely on these lists…. Read more“Beauty and Tyranny of Lists”
OK, it’s Batavia Access TV, but it’s TV nonetheless, so I’m rolling with it. I arranged and did the interviews (I learned you should NOT go “uh-uh” during the whole interview – I’ll do better next time), took a bunch of the still photos, and helped with the editing. But,… Read more“I’m a TV Producer! Watch the Our Underground Episode About Artist Rita Grendze”
This has been an interesting election year. Two of the candidates, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, have tapped into anger, thought they have very different solutions to deal with that anger. The anger they address is the feeling of abandonment. Our leaders have ignored the economic needs of a significant… Read more“What Sanders and Trump Share”
There have been reports, somewhat gleeful in tone, that claim that print book sales are rising, while ebook sales are declining. Why some writers seem to think this is a good thing mystifies me. I understand the allure of printed books (the vast majority of books I read are print,… Read more“Ebooks are Waning; Print Books Increasing? Not So Fast.”