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Scenes from a perfect Spring day at Spring Lake, Santa Rosa

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Groan of Arc

Somewhat uncharacteristically, I’ve been watching a lot of Hollywood movies recently, and noticed that several of them tell their story almost exactly the same way. They begin at some critical juncture, then backtrack to show how they got to that point, and then take it from there to the finale. 494 more words

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Crazy Music

I met Mr. Skip Spence in a halfway house in San Jose, and that incident because the basis for my story, Bobby and the Bedouins. … 6 more words

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I'm So Sick of the Middle Ages

That’s my new song, to the tune of the song “I’m so bored with the USA” by The Clash. Seriously. I finally tried to watch an episode of Game of Thrones (aka Porno Hobbit), thinking it couldn’t be half as bad as that guy’s hackneyed, clichéd, terribly boring writing, but it is! 96 more words

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Even more data courtesy of Amazon's KDP

For those indie writers who have books on Amazon, the KDP site just got even more dataful with some new charts and stuff! They’ve added a Sales Dashboard with settable date parameters that breakdown your book sales versus book loans versus free downloads. 133 more words

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Data Wars

I’ve been thinking a bit about data lately, partly because it’s all over the news, from the NSA to Facebook&co to the “new” allegedly fact-based reporting of… 328 more words

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Madhouse

This week’s “small idea” ™ is that every workplace can be seen as a sort of madhouse. I say this as someone who’s had more than thirty jobs and by this point they all seem sort of interchangeable, from the all-night burger joint I worked at as a teenager to my current workplace in the heart of high tech. 253 more words

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