I avoid talking about current events and divisive topics on this blog, but there are some things I want to share about the state of Twitter and what the site means/meant to me. For the unfamiliar: Elon Musk’s recent acquisition of Twitter is causing a ruckus. His big plans for the micro-blogging site are not … Continue reading An Elegy for Twitter?
What I Read – August/September 2022
Quantitatively, I didn’t read that much these past two months—so I've combined the books into one post. I lost a week and a half of reading time after I came down with COVID, and for much of the past month, I’ve been making my way through the gargantuan novel It. Still, I managed to read … Continue reading What I Read – August/September 2022
What I Read – July 2022
This was Brian Keene month. After reading The Occurrence at Crazy Bear Valley, I remembered how much I enjoyed his work. There were a number of his classics that I hadn’t read (he’s written over 50 books), and I decided to rectify that. Despite my supposed moratorium on buying books, I just had to pick … Continue reading What I Read – July 2022