In 2004 I was a recent art school graduate desperately trying to get a job in my field, and I decided that I should dive into learning web standards to try to gain a skill that would set me apart from my competition. I’d had a very low-paying, part-time job since high school updating the […]
Page 2 of 22
I’m frequently glad I got a Dropcam, but rarely for the reasons I expected.
The keen observer may have noticed the change of masthead on this blog, and while I’m not typically prone to public introspection, I recognize that a name change outside of marriage (and for a man, in any circumstance) is an unusual enough event in our culture that the matter deserves a bit of explanation. I was […]
Alex Trebek said the name of the thing I make. My life, it is complete.
Around this time of year, I need to remind myself that winter doesn’t last forever. These scenes are from the garden at my mother’s house, planted by its original owner, Wayne de la Rua — Baldwin county’s first Master Gardener. Much of it was destroyed by Hurricane Ivan, but I’m happy that we captured a few […]
It’s not because the light here is brighter And it’s not that I’m evil I just don’t like to pretend That I could ever be your friend