They Don’t Even Taste The Same

I would just like to pub­licly apol­o­gize to every­one whom I’ve ever told that Chick­en Marsala and Chick­en Masala are the same dish. Angela final­ly admon­ished me upon fur­ther spread­ing such lies. I feel I’ve let you all down. For now on, I’ll con­sult with experts pri­or to spread­ing such culi­nary falsehoods.

Seed Magazine’s Site Is Out of Beta

Seed Mag­a­zine’s site is out of Beta today. That took less time than pret­ty much any­thing from Google and it looks loads bet­ter. One of the most inter­est­ing things is that their site is actu­al­ly built on top of Mov­able Type (although Word­Press would have been even cool­er). Of course, does­n’t it make per­fect sense… Con­tin­ue read­ing Seed Magazine’s Site Is Out of Beta

What My Lens Has Taught Me

This is sort of a response to a post at Kev­in’s blog about pho­tog­ra­phy and dig­i­tal manip­u­la­tion. I fig­ured my activ­i­ty on my own site has been a trick­le late­ly, so I’d just post here instead of just leav­ing him a lengthy response. If you aren’t already read­ing Kevin and Katie’s blog, you should be.… Con­tin­ue read­ing What My Lens Has Taught Me


The Guardian has a piece on spam poet­ry, or spo­et­ry. I wrote about some of the bet­ter spo­et­ry that I had recieved which was in the form of blog com­ment spam. The poet­ry there remind­ed me of Japan­ese Haiku, although it was longer so you could­n’t say it one breath. I still say it’s bet­ter… Con­tin­ue read­ing Spo­et­ry