It happened again, just a few days ago. If you hate Amazon, as the New York Times wants you to, it was perfect.
In the Odyssey, “Sailing over the wine-dark sea” was how Homer described the Aegean nearly 3,000 years ago. Today, his pulse would still quicken, roused by the allure of those waters.
I Love Visiting Greece. True, Trump’s got us banned from the European Union, but we can dream about better days ahead, can’t we?
A Room’s color affects mood, but we’ve only begun to understand how we process color in our minds, create it, and how it influences what we do, think and feel. My friend Barbara Tremblay Cipak (best known as Brite-Ideas), wrote an article on the topic worth sharing.
by David Stone Assorted Ideas, Large & Small What is Computer Vision Syndrome? If you spend a lot of your working hours staring at a screen, you probably sometimes have the same dry, burning eyes and blurred vision. There’s a name for that: Computer Vision Syndrome. We Don’t […]
My greatest hit as a gag writer put much needed money in my pocket when I needed it most, but real insight into the perils was yet to come.
Seth Godin killed Squidoo, the best content writing site on the web. Spammers hurt Squidoo, but writers took the brunt of it… while Godin and HubPages profited.
Omnibus 1965 Poem Who could ever forget? Riding all night on that half-empty Greyhound, waking in the alone notime darkness of Nebraska waking to the smell of gristmill corn, being filled, mistaking, in half-sleep, the scent of being in love again… Traveling other roads, 1972 I find […]
Hard Dreams poem.. One night, deep in an uncertain period in my life, I sat in the dark, smoking a cigarette and looking down a narrow alley to the street at a single streetlight. Cars and trucks blurred under it. Insights came, showing me how it’s all makebelieve, […]
An enriching, gritty awareness of the fullness of a world filled with activity, interaction, defined through multiple lenses and countless surfaces inspired this free verse.