In addition to the scintillating wit I intermittently post here for your reading pleasure, I have a day job. In that job, I teach physics, chemistry, and geometry to teenagers. It was in that capacity that I became frustrated enough to slowly chew a light bulb this week. Not at the teenagers; they’re fantastic. I […]
This is old. But a standard windows-down summer song around my house.
You can have “Cathedrals” in an unofficial fan-made music video, or you can have “Cathedrals” in an officially-sanctioned live version. Or you can have both. But you can only have “Cathedrals” today.
I know it’s a clickbait-y title. I wanted to make sure you got in here today. My unabashed man-crush on Seth Godin is well-documented. When I was in charge of a school, I routinely bought copies of his book Linchpin for each graduating senior. Godin’s singular gift lies in his willingness to ask unaskable questions, […]
Don’t overthink it. Just soak it in.
Luscious harmonies. An abiding sense of musical dynamics. First up, “Barton Hollow.” And, lest your toes tap right off the ends of your feet, we should slow it down with “Poison and Wine.” Clear the papers from your desk, lest your inevitable tears blur the ink on your important business documents.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to tell a fantastically stupid story at Arc Stories Birmingham’s August event, as evidenced by the following Official Very Professional Clickable Link of Joy (BUT IF YOU CLICK IT YOU STILL HAVE TO COME BACK AND FINISH READING HERE OKAY?). If you click that link, you can hear […]