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Not So Obvious

In experimenting with various styles of writing and reading more of other writers’ work, I’m learning my strengths and weaknesses. Though I’m unofficially announcing at this moment I’m working on a novel, short fiction and poetry are what I’m best at. 100 more words

Creative Writing

The Home of My Heart

My daughter went online a few weeks ago to look up the house I grew up in, a house she remembers with affection. It had been sold, and there were about 20 recent photographs of the house on one of the realty sites. 926 more words

K.D. Keenan

FSF asks you to support the Libre Tea Computer Card

The Free Software Foundation is supporting the Libre Tea Computer Card’s crowdfunding effort.

“The Earth-friendly EOMA68 Computing Devices project is a crowdfunding campaign run on Crowd Supply to produce a line of hardware products that are ecologically responsible and built based on royalty-free, unencumbered hardware standards. 121 more words

The GPLv3 Paranoia

What is it, exactly, that makes the companies feel weak in their knees when it comes to GPLv3? Every legal team in an incorporated has second thoughts while reviewing the adoption of a GPLv3 licensed software or the licensing of their own source code under GPLv3. 511 more words

Software Engineering

Goals and Gains, Gains and Goals

Coming off of my one-year anniversary at my CrossFit gym, I sat down with my Team Coach (GO BLUE!) Mike to discuss setting goals for myself. 262 more words

Wellness

She Finds Sea Glass by the Sea Shore

I have always been astonished to find that no matter how obscure a subject, it is covered in agonizing detail somewhere on the internet. People who get interested in something tend to obsessively compile data, and the internet gives us a place to store it where other people can benefit from their obsession. 1,156 more words

K.D. Keenan

Meow Wolf: It's Fucking Awesome


I had an adventure today. I visited the Meow Wolf Collective in Santa Fe, NM. I knew it was a huge experiential art installation but I had no idea what to expect. 481 more words

K.D. Keenan