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Aerospace and aviation symposium in Mentor draws leaders from around the world - and off it completely

This story originally appeared in The News-Herald

Ohio’s Aerospace Industry was the topic of a recent event in Mentor that was geared toward fostering growth both locally and across the state. 745 more words


Cleveland's Internet2 Technology Exchange offers chance to envision, collaborate, innovate

This article originally appeared at The News-Herald and The Morning Journal

Northeast Ohio’s growing identity as a desirable place for the technology industry to thrive will be getting another upgrade when the Technology Exchange presented by Internet2 comes to the Cleveland Convention Center, Oct. 522 more words


"Holding On" Published

Hi, everyone! I’ve had some time off work lately, so I worked like crazy to finish Holding On, the 28,000-word sequel to Welcome Home. 123 more words

Stuff I Wrote

Workshops offer free guidance for CWRU inventors

You’ve had a eureka moment, a sudden unexpected discovery of understanding. For inventors, whether their work involves a device or process, this moment of clarity can naturally lead to moving right ahead into continued research and development. 579 more words


The House That Jack Built: Prologue

The prologue for this is set in 1961, after fifteen years of divergence. The Daughter of Babalon careens toward the decade of decision…and a date with an important figure. 1,348 more words


The House That Jack Built: Block 1 Draft, Part 2 (final!)

Continued from September 8th…to this day I have no idea where I was even going with this. Drunk writing produces incredible effects on prose, plot and character psychology….like hitting the whole thing with oil paints and a ring modulator. 2,735 more words


The House That Jack Built: Block One, Part One

I don’t really have better names for these drafts. I feel like I ought to, because the latter two are so different in tone from Block Zero. 6,361 more words