Watching Sleestaks Garrote Prawns: The Twittering Machine

I. Lobster ad lobster Aqua Thinktank and I are repurposing delphinium in a stranger’s bed. Taking my lobster, O. Ron Dismount, for a walk in the Palais Royal. Then, grabbing one with cheese. *wink* Bats are like mice that freak out over mounds. This according to a study published today in Nature by my associate,Continue reading “Watching Sleestaks Garrote Prawns: The Twittering Machine”

New Forms of Home, Family, and “Domesticity” are Memorized by the Dessert

1. Klondike Druid Farm 2. Keebler elf damage-level 3. Malibu Barbie in a drum 4. Wily persimmons 5. Marshmallow toilet paper 6. The stain on my lightswitch 7. Ominous squirrel perimeter 8. Antiseptic skillet formation 9. Nietzsche’s breakfast treats 10. I jimmied the lock on the rainbow trout 11. Rooty-tooty fresh and headless 12. RenegadeContinue reading “New Forms of Home, Family, and “Domesticity” are Memorized by the Dessert”

The Twittering Machine

I. Lobster ad lobster Aqua Thinktank and I are repurposing delphinium in a stranger’s bed. Taking my lobster, O. Ron Dismount, for a walk in the Palais Royal. Then, grabbing one with cheese. *wink* Bats are like mice that freak out over mounds. This according to a study published today in Nature by my associate,Continue reading “The Twittering Machine”

Bob Folder’s Online Presence

Bob Folder, the World’s Greatest Poet As I hardly need to tell you, the greatest poet and dramatist the world has ever known is not Shakespeare or Edmund Spencer. It is, instead, Oregon’s own Bob Folder. Although Bob is super old, he has never stood still. He goes with the flow. Man. And the flowContinue reading “Bob Folder’s Online Presence”

The Steve Mertz Trilogy, Part Three: Mertz in Love

Trilogy Table of Contents SCENE ONE – the nineteenth century A girl in a gingham sleeping gown, with white lace ruffles around the neck, is asleep in a large bed with decoratively carved wooden head- and foot-board. She is clutching an oversized, illuminated light bulb. Steve Mertz is watching her. STEVE MERTZ The first timeContinue reading “The Steve Mertz Trilogy, Part Three: Mertz in Love”

Chiliphone.com: Web 2.0 Shows Resurrective Potential for Web 1.0 Companies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CHILIPHONE.COM ANNOUNCES RECAPITALIZATION 1990s high-tech darlings Chiliphone.com announce surprise $13.5 million in funding for second round Web 2.0 resurrection SAN BILBO, California – January 20, 2006 – Chiliphone.com, once touted as the IBM of the wireless-comestibles convergence of the late 90s, has announced the acquisition of very late stage second round fundingContinue reading “Chiliphone.com: Web 2.0 Shows Resurrective Potential for Web 1.0 Companies”

Anthem for Doomed Youth

I just read a review of another biography of Siegfried Sassoon, the World War I poet, in the New York Times. (I won’t link to it since it requires registration.) I’ve never read Sassoon but the reviewer, Daniel Swift, quotes a few lines of his long poem, “The Old Huntsman.” It’s excellent and I mayContinue reading “Anthem for Doomed Youth”