Why I stopped writing at fancy new computers and bought an elementary-school reject.
Its mascot is a giant wooden lumberjack, the university is frequented by moose, and it just might be the birthplace of the modern beer can. Cashing in on fifteen minutes of fame.
A city of 80,000 vs a child of 8 pounds in the fight for internet dominance.
Just a friendly reminder that democracy isn’t simply picking one side to be in charge every four years. It’s a process that happens every day in a variety of forums and ways.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there is a lot of good stuff out there. Like, a lot. So why add to the noise?
Step away from the TV, turn off Twitter, and keep it in perspective.
A morning of darkness.
Keeping the trust online.
I’m no longer preparing for the rest of my life. I’m in it.
I didn’t know how to tie a scarf, so I shared it publicly and it became a national radio story.
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