Monthly Archives: March 2008

Now Taking Questions…

Last Wednesday our QAF Sessions focused on gathering questions from participants, to be used in future QAFs. Here is the list I took down. If you are plan to participate in the QAF Sessions in the near future, please add … Continue reading

Posted in doctrine, post-modernism, religion, the core

Kansas City on Google Street View – Our Story

I’ve known about Google Street View since they first made it public, with only 4 cities online: New York, Las Vegas, Miami and, um… Denver? Anyway, I’ve watched them gradually add more and more cities to the network, and was … Continue reading

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Rise

into a forgettable spacewe enter our feet, our kneessome other partsfeeling rather beige, off-whitelike the walls into a utilitarian spacewe bring our raw materialslugged about throughout the weekthe monthdon’t askit’s unspoken there is a layer of shimmering humanitythat hovers close … Continue reading

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The Zero and the One

I wrote this little allegory in 2001. Enjoy! Once, there was a Zero. And this particular Zero had a lot of things going for him; a perfectly smooth, round shape, nice clean center, and a long life ahead of him. … Continue reading

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Ticketshyster

At the risk of gloating, I would like to make all of you aware that I am going to the Radiohead concert in St. Louis on May 14. Tickets went on sale on a Saturday morning in the middle of … Continue reading

Posted in autobiography, music, regrets | 2 Comments