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Puck an A, eh?




That first slap of cold air across my face in late September stirs me up like you wouldn’t believe. Or maybe, if you’re a puck-nut like me, you get it. It’s sharp and sudden, especially after ten weeks of heat and humidity. There’s suddenly wind – not a breeze but real gusting wind. The first […]

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Concerning Digital Narcissism




“Games” like this get on my nerves.  They’re one of the most self-serving aspects of the Facebook universe, and furthermore, they take up space in a timeline that’s already cluttered with ads, suggestions, and extensions.  The social aspect of the network, in other words, gets clogged up behind a hairball of inconsequentiality. Allow me to […]

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