New Fiction: “What His Sister Told Him”

Posted on Sun 27 January 2013 in Dispatches • Tagged with featured, fiction, meta, writing • 3 min read

I’ve added the short story that I wrote for the Kopoint Halloween Spooktacular to the fiction section of this site. I’ll continue to add stories and fiction projects that I release online to that area as the days go forward. You can read the text version of the …


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Switching To Octopress

Posted on Thu 24 January 2013 in Dispatches • Tagged with assorted geekery, development, django, hyde, jekyll, meta, octopress, python, ruby • 6 min read

This site is now powered by Octopress. The tentacles compell you!

Octopress

It’s tentacly delicious!

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’ve been looking to try out a new CMS for this site. The reasons were myriad, and they were all discussed in the aforementioned post …


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Crawling Out Of A Pidgeonhole

Posted on Fri 25 April 2008 in Dispatches • Tagged with announcements, meta, personal, video, writing • 3 min read

It appears that I have written myself into a corner here.

When I first started this site back in 2004, I intended it just as a writing exercise. It was supposed to be a place where I would publish daily in order to build discipline as a writer. I had …


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A Blogger By Any Other Name

Posted on Sat 12 April 2008 in Dispatches • Tagged with blogging, culture, futility, meta • 5 min read

Eric Rice recently wrote this post wondering, “How can I stop being called a ‘blogger’?” To summarize, his issue is that it is ridiculous to be labeled by a single medium, especially when the medium is so prevalent that the term becomes meaningless as a categorization tool.

I just feel …


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