Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Burn It Down, Start Again

 
We are officially under construction here at HQ. All tenants of this establishment will be notified of move dates, title changes, office re-arrangements, changes to the internal wiki and social media accounts, password clearances, and procedures for surrendering keys and parking passes, not to mention the results of recent performance reviews to be delivered shortly.

In the meantime, please enjoy these delightful refreshments.


If you're lucky in a lifetime, you get to dig into the nature of mortality with novelist and screenwriter Paul Auster 
I indulge my fondness for the late Ed Ricketts by talking climate change with Dr. Orrin Pilkey.
On the eve of the election, it's worth taking a look at the great texts of American history.
The great books that draw us together during SDCC.
Beating up social media via word-of-mouth.
A look at urban life through the lens of The City.
To what lengths will an unreasonable man go? Especially if he has a stainless steel rabbit?
 I have nothing but good things to say about the novelist Barbara Kingsolver. A more gracious interview subject doesn't walk upon this Earth of hers.

Nothing funnier than the title "Paris I (Heart) You But You're Bringing Me Down."

"London is a cities of voices, captured by the great and small..."

1 comment:

Tor Hershman said...

Hey, you ain't da Lone Ranger but a cool blog, anywho.