Memorial Day 2015 and rolling a natural 1

I’ve cried so much lately, and I don’t know why. At least, that's what I tell my wife while I'm crying, that I don't know why. I might know why. We might know why. Our most recent move and everything that has accompanied it has entirely overwhelmed me. ** There was a point at very early in my … Continue reading Memorial Day 2015 and rolling a natural 1

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Snapshot: Ashley and I looking something like adults, circa 2014

We're looking at Rego Park/Forest Hills/Kew Gardens in Queens, which is one extended neighborhood with Forest Hills definitely being the Queen Bee of the bunch, and at Prospect Park South/Flatbush - Ditmas Park in Brooklyn. For context, because I felt inspired to write it, and inspiration comes slim these tired days: Recently, Ashley and I … Continue reading Snapshot: Ashley and I looking something like adults, circa 2014

How to edit Word attachments from Gmail in Google Drive

I'm a Google advocate. I love Android and Gapps. I love Samsung devices, and ripping off their OEM Android and sideloading custom ROMs. (Here's looking at you, Carbon!) But there's one thing I really need Google to get right where they've been letting me down, and that's content drafting. I've briefly written about it before, … Continue reading How to edit Word attachments from Gmail in Google Drive

Amazon.com: Tags Customers Associate with This Product

The “tags” that appear on Amazon product pages are user-generated tags and can be as helpful or spiteful as any user comment. Publishers and individual authors have no control over what tags customers associate with any given product. The best practice one can do, if one is so inclined, is to navigate to the “Tags … Continue reading Amazon.com: Tags Customers Associate with This Product

Thoughts on the 99%: A little narrative about overthrow

Occupy Wall Street is happening in my back yard. I've been down to offer a warm body and moral support a few times, but I'm not what I'd call involved in the movement. I post news stories and pictures to Facebook and sometimes Twitter, trying to help get the word out, but I'm pretty sure … Continue reading Thoughts on the 99%: A little narrative about overthrow

As Tanya put it, I crap on everything

Some readers feel compelled to remind me that I’m twenty-six. Within that group, a subset tells me (as often as they get the chance) that I do not know everything. But telling an intelligent and ambitious twenty-six year old that he does not have the capacity to understand everything is like telling a teenager that … Continue reading As Tanya put it, I crap on everything