2013 was the first time I finally felt like my recovery didn’t completely define me. I’m so much more than someone who used to drink and use drugs to dangerous excess. But for the first two and a half years or so of my recovery, it felt like that’s all I was. I had to … Read more
Today, I’m celebrating my second sobrie-versary, and it just keeps getting better. Year one was rough, to say the least. Work difficulties, relationship difficulties, big life changes all occurred just as I was struggling to maintain a newly serene and stable life. Now, as I round the corner on year two, I’d like to share … Read more
I sure do love hanging out with Leo Laporte and John Dvorak, but this is the last time I bring them baked goods.* *Kidding. I’ll bring them something awesome next time, but something a bit more phallic, just to make the double entendres really weird for everybody.
Hey homies! Just a quick update to let y’all know that if you’re hanging around an Urban Outfitters, poke around their books section, where you will be able to find several copies of my book, Android Photography: A Guide to Mobile Creativity. Yes, nestled between the tissue-weight ironic shirts and the mustache-mobile cat toys, you … Read more
Aaaiiieeee! My book, my long-awaited book, has finally been published. Android Photography: A Guide to Mobile Creativity is what it sounds like: a how-to manual for getting amazing photos out of your Android phone. You can buy it at Amazon (linked above), at Barnes & Noble, at Target, and a handful of other places, too. … Read more
I didn’t watch the segment, myself; I have a sort of cringey natural reaction to seeing myself on video. The host, Belva Davis, is quite possibly the sweetest woman on television.
Gah, I love those guys! Last Sunday, I spent some quality time with Uncle Leo and that pistol among pansies, Mr. John C. Dvorak. Here ya go: