What’s Fact When the Facts are Factually Unsound?

20 01 2010

Conversationally, I can be a bit fearless – willing and ready to debate whoever about whatever. In essence, I have opinions that I don’t mind voicing. Now, with some experience as both journalist and blogger, the evolving nature of how we express what we think to be true has turned out to be different than my original expectations.

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Hey Google, You’re Doing It Wrong

13 01 2010

My opinion column for the newspaper continues to be read by very few people, yet that does not deter me from writing one anyway and occasionally providing it for you to read (enjoy?) as well. Be aware, however, that typically these columns are the last thing I do as my deadline fast approaches and therefore, are often filled with ideas that are not fully formed or particularly well thought out.

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My Year in Games

11 01 2010

Having finally acquired an HD TV, a mighty blow from which my credit card has still not fully recovered, I officially entered the modern era of gaming in 2009.

Thus equipped, I spent the year checking out the hype on new games, but also pursued low-fi fun by replaying of old favorites and discovering the joys of a java-version Settlers of Catan.

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The Joys of Rural America

5 01 2010

I’ve been residing now in Bardstown, Kentucky, since the middle of October and I’ve gathered some impressions about my new location. I never imagined myself as the kind of person who could stand to live in sub-20,000 population community and this largely remains true. Yet, Bardstown has a surprising amount of charm despite its diminutive census count.

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