Monthly Archives: February 2013

Book trailers

I’ve never quite understood the concept behind book trailers. It’s not that I don’t like videos, but I just don’t understand how anyone has the resources to put these things together. Start with the video editing. Good editing packages are, … Continue reading

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Cheesy Stove Top chicken bake, Mark I

For a while I’ve been craving a dish my mother has made a few times, which was a simple chicken bake with Stove Top stuffing and cheese. I finally decided to try to tackle this myself, but there are about … Continue reading

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Meta keywords: A myth that just won’t die

I hate urban myths. They have an insidious quality, like the stickiness left on your hands after you eat an apple that only gets worse after you wash your hands with plenty of soap. You can’t get rid of them, … Continue reading

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Enter the Affix

After much hemming and hawing, much prep work, and many revisions, I have finally published The Affix on Amazon. What’s it about, you ask? It’s about what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable cynic. A jewel that warps … Continue reading

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Worst. Font. Ever.

Ancient superstition said that by learning a spirit’s name, you would gain power over it. I’d like to think this is true of bad fonts. Tonight I learned the name of one of the worst fonts in the world. It’s … Continue reading

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Grow a pair of mittens, part two

A while back I went on a rant about how stupid it is that we’re naming winter storms now. We as in “They”, which I was assuming was a government thing like NOAA or something. Nope, it’s actually dumber than … Continue reading

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