Monthly Archives: March 2009

First Annual Streamy Awards

     So after numerous twitter entreaties that I watch the first annual Streamy Awards, I decided that I should make a point to do so. After all, this was (to my knowledge) the first more publicized awards ceremony to recognize … Continue reading

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The Web of Trust (or riding Muni & thinking about Orbitz)

So I was riding the Muni yesterday, since walking from BART to the Green Apple would have been somewhat far, and I was struck by the consideration of the riders for the elderly, children, and even those with bags. I … Continue reading

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Twitter me this…

So it’s finally happened: I’ve become addicted to Twitter. I can’t get through the day (and sometimes, can’t get through the couple hour mark) without checking my account. Twitter allows me to follow some of my favorite celebrities (e.g., Levar … Continue reading

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“Watchmen”

  Imagine, if you will, a world so lost that all of humanity teeters on the brink of nuclear devastation–a world where costumed heroes have been ousted from their positions due to harsh political measures, and the one entity who … Continue reading

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On Lent

It’s funny how  you don’t notice the prevalence of certain edibles until you give them up for a definite period of time. Take my current abstinence from desserts, candy, and pearl teas for Lent. I was in the Coffee and Snack … Continue reading

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The Long Lost Marketplace

So I was talking to a friend today about the organic nature of a marketplace. I was reminded of the joy of purchasing something from its creator when I bought a hardcover comic from David Mack at WonderCon last weekend. … Continue reading

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The Rush of Momentum at WonderCon SF

Jarrod and I attended WonderCon on Friday, 2/27 and Saturday, 2/28. Despite the fact that the event had been scaled back a bit from previous years, we were not disappointed. Friday afforded me the opportunity to speak with David Mack, … Continue reading

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