Paralysis Passes February 6, 2017

The five classic stages of grief do not name ‘paralysis’ but that’s the how I describe my initial response the the United States presidential … Read more

Why #WearWhiteToVote? November 8, 2016

Memory can be a fickle beast. I have even heard of Holocaust denialists. I do not believe that we are in danger of forgetting … Read more

#TruthIsBeauty ≠ #Controversy October 28, 2016

The intersection of women’s bodies and politics has entered the news again. This time, a recent addition to the San Francisco Bay Area’s holdings of public … Read more

Super Fans & Emotional Agility October 25, 2016

It looks like the crowdfunding at Kickstarter has leveled off and I may not reach the $24,000 goal this time. Not to worry! The world … Read more

“What a great idea!” October 21, 2016

That’s a direct quote from an early backer, Sunny Bates. If only the Enchanted Book had a monetary backer for every time I have heard … Read more

Enchanted Books in Minecraft October 20, 2016

Little did I know that I would be competing with Minecraft, the online game that is sometimes called virtual LEGO. The “Enchanted Book” was … Read more

iPad to IoT October 18, 2016

Around the time I was reading David Rose’s book, Enchanted Objects, the Apple Watch was released and the Internet of Things (IoT) was on … Read more

The Printing Press Is Not Dead October 17, 2016

Last night I saw Berkeley Rep’s truly brilliant adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’ 1935 novel, It Can’t Happen Here. It was eerily pertinent to the current … Read more