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The Joy of Critique

One of my favorite aspects of being in an MFA program was the intense, expansive, intellectual dialogue I had with my peers–the sense of being refined and targeted, while yet embracing a try-anything, consider-everything philosophy. 1,205 more words

Ren Adams

The Dreaded Update Post

Hello World (or more specifically, the half dozen people who actually read this crap),

It’s been a while since my last update post, so I figure it’s time for some updating. 510 more words

Enable multi-factor authentication for office 365 users using PowerShell

The script enables strong authentication for Office 365 users from a CSV input. Before you turn on strong auth or multi-factor auth, take necessary measure to communicate with users to notify them that they will have to register their mobile phone for MFA. 130 more words

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Write Like You're Still a Kid

Write Like You’re Still A Kid

photo credit: Picasso’s Le Rêve (The Dream), 1932

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – 625 more words

Writing

Read, Write, Ruminate, Repeat

Image: Lynn Friedman

In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, whenever Alice stumbles upon a bottle labeled “Drink Me” or “Eat Me,” she ingests them with the naïveté of a child who consumes everything in her path, unaware of how they may change her in ways she doesn’t expect. 775 more words

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On Turning 60

I am now 60.  I have been since 9-12.  It is a rather strange feeling to be 60 when I certainly don’t feel like I am.   405 more words

John Wilson's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr suite of proofs at Museum of Fine Arts Boston

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, owns 20 incredible and deliberate states from John Wilson’s monumental etching of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The final state was printed in an edition of 50 in 2002. 129 more words

Good Morning Gloucester