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Crossroads at Axis Mundi March 29, 2024 Blog Normal Heights February 9, 2024 Blog & Home For the last ten years, I’ve been living in Normal Heights in a below market 2 bedroom apartment in a sagging, decaying 8 unit AI and Art Making January 16, 2024 Blog In my life, I have seen a cambrian explosion of computational machine capabilities. Machines (or more specifically programmed algorithms, neural Kid World August 30, 2023 Blog I’m in kid world, that place where my days are driven by the tempo and rhythm of children (usually but not always my kid). I’m in kid world much, Archival Quality June 12, 2023 Blog I’ve never been much an editor, much less an archivist. That said, I’ve always bucked against my own leanings and biases; felt like I should be a A New Moon June 12, 2023 Blog I lost writing, for a time. It was one of a myriad of things I threw on the pyre of trying to keep a failing marriage going, mortgaging Time's Garden August 8, 2022 Blog Time used to be different. We used to make time with the animals and plants. Spring was when daffodils bloomed, which varied year to year as we A Pile of Dead Selves August 2, 2022 Blog Death and rebirth is the name of the game. Rising, only to fall, only to rise again; life and death, victory and defeat, expansion contraction – the The Grooves June 1, 2022 Blog I used to suffer from optimization sickness. Whatever I was doing, I thought I could do it better. Whatever I accompished, I thought I could do Things I Never Regret April 12, 2022 Blog I never regret camping. I never regret going out dancing. I never regret writing. I never regret having an adventure with my kid. I never regret En Memento Mori (Life in the Perma-Covid) May 30, 2021 Blog Let us begin here, in what is the source of ancient & eternal wisdom: you will die. Unless you pin your hopes on some manner of transhuman excess or The River October 3, 2020 Blog Growing up, I spent a fair amount of time white water rafting with my family. We traversed most of the rivers available in California and beyond: Canyon Crashing October 2, 2020 Blog I love my city. I don’t love the housing prices. And we have our share of problems: our radical unsustainabilities, our hypocrisies, and it’s La Jolla Fog October 5, 2019 Blog The La Jolla fog swept in on a bright October day. San Diego early autumns are tricky; they can be the hottest time for the city a brutal second On Travel March 23, 2019 Blog I love the feeling of traveling, of having my entire life (briefly) strapped to my back. I love the light movement, surfing over the world and the Scare-People May 4, 2017 Blog In my apartment’s laundry, there is what appears to be a security camera (it might be fake). Someone has placed a crumpled sticker over the plastic