Monthly Archives: April 2012

Sheldon might be a robot

I’m known as the technology nerd around our office. I really don’t get that. When you compare my knowledge of technology, especially computers, to some of the guys I grew up with have me buried. But, compared to the late … Continue reading

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Babies, Bathwater, Evil TVs and Creative One Year Olds

As Allen mentioned Tuesday, one of the main influences behind this blog has been the book Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps. I remember when I first read this book, I was particularly struck by the effects of television on children. … Continue reading

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Too Much Of A Good Thing?

“Why then, can one desire too much of a good thing?” — Rosalind in Shakespeare’s As You Like It I have a love/hate relationship with food (there’s so much that goes into this, but I’m sure we’ll get into that later). … Continue reading

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The Shallow End

Around here, you can feel summer coming. Spring is my absolute favorite time of year, but where I live in Texas (where summer temperatures stay over 100 for weeks on end) summer always looms overhead like an anvil waiting to … Continue reading

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Further up and further in

It is easy for me to get swept up in epic stories like “Lord of the Rings” or real adventurers like Lewis and Clark because of the elements or risk and danger associated. I am not by nature a risk … Continue reading

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Adele and Katy Perry Squaring Off

I currently have the following phrase stuck in my head: “Kiss me…K..k..k..kiss me”. It’s horrifying. For many reasons. So let me to take a moment to tell you why I can’t stand Katy Perry. First of all, she tries really … Continue reading

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The Fog

As I sit to write this post, I am noticing something about myself. I am tense. Wound up. My mind is racing and I can’t seem to settle my thoughts. The relationships in my life are strained. Because of my … Continue reading

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