What I did instead of writing, yesterday. Which is unusual. My usual form of procrastination is reading about productivity... (I know! -- Ironic, huh?) t.
Did you know more than fifty percent of the adult population fears public speaking more than dying? People would rather die than stand up and speak aloud to a group. Yeah, that's not me. Know what makes ME want to break out in hives? Point a camera at me. Yeah, I can do anything in public
I am immersed in significant historical dates this week. Later in the week or next week I will be talking about a project based upon another historical event which consumed nearly a week of my time and *nothing* else got done while I finished it...but it was so worth the headaches and sleep deprivation. The
Every year I write about May the Fourth, and every year, it seems, I explain why I cannot ignore the day. So this year, I won't. :) Instead, I'm bringing forward the most interesting post from previous years. You can also find other May the Fourth posts here and here. Have an interstellar day! t.
I love cracking open a new program and getting to know it. Playing around with the buttons and menus and figuring out how to get the program to do what I want is enormous fun. It scratches my curiousity bump and taps my creativity in completely different ways from story-telling. Most people I know can
This post was published five years ago today. Five years!! I've been keeping a blog for a long time. There are posts going back even further than this one, but I thought this one would bear repeating, for newer readers to discover. --t. I think the reason why I write fiction is pretty much out there
When most people think of "traditions", they're thinking of society-wide customs and habits that become ingrained over years and generations. The holiday season is a good example, for it is stuffed full of traditions. But traditions can be more personal and often, far more significant. For instance, a personal tradition of mine is to step
This is my first year celebrating the big Canadian holiday as a Canadian myself. To all my readers in Canada, have a great weekend, a fabulous meal, and a peaceful, enjoyable break with your family and loved ones. Enjoy! Cheers,
So, hey! Today is Canada Day. This is the first Canada Day I've celebrated as a Canadian citizen, too. Since I was naturalized in December last year, I've been itching to put "Canadian" on an official form somewhere and a couple of weeks ago that opportunity finally arrived. Guess what the form was for. Renewing
http://www.flickr.com/photos/desireedelgado/ / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0I As you know, I am currently working through all the old articles and major posts that were on the old site, updating them where appropriate, and adding them back onto the Article pages. One of the most high-traffic articles on the old site was the first in what