“The problem with introspection is that it has no end.” - Philip K. Dick

Mosby’s Life Lessons

Really busy the past few weeks, but I didn’t want to go too long without a post. There’s a lot to learn here.

Jeff Corey’s Appearance on Babylon 5

Babylon 5 drew from many places for its guest stars. Genre stalwarts like Michael Ansara and Brad Dourif. TV regulars like William Sanderson, Melissa Gilbert, and Erica Gimpel. Special guest stars like Michael York and Robert Englund. Even fresh new faces like Bryan…

What Makes a Person Good?

A few acquaintances said of them, after it all happened: they were good people. And there was nothing else to say, since they were. There was nothing else to say. They lacked the weight of a grave error, which so often just happens…

Rest In Peace, Harry Dean Stanton

H/T to Open Culture.

The Culture of Interruption, Redux

I finished The Shallows after I wrote and queued The Culture of Interruption. We want to be interrupted, because each interruption brings us a valuable piece of information. To turn off these alerts means is to risk feeling out of touch or even socially isolated (emphasis…

Nerd Humor Make Up Post

Silly WordPress scheduling messed up yesterday and posted 2 posts in the same day. So here is a makeup image:   While you’re here, why not check out that free book offer on the right?

My Shoes Are Too Tight

“My shoes are too tight. But it doesn’t matter because I have forgotten how to dance.” I’m binge watching Babylon 5 on my commute, and this scene from the first season is one of the scenes that hooked me when the show first…

Introducing The Sixth Age

It started, as many ideas do, somewhere else entirely. I was struggling with the story I really want to (and will eventually) tell; the story of my grandfather during and after World War I. I was stuck again and decided that I needed…

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