The Times They Are A-Changin…Again. Can You See It?

Hello y’all!

I hate to be a commoner but I am going to allude to the RW (royal wedding) today.

Yes, I’m a bit sick of it too, however, it was a momentous occasion for so many social issues and I feel that those are very important to my upcoming work.

Absolutely no relevance . . . → Read More: The Times They Are A-Changin…Again. Can You See It?

One Global Government and Mediating the Parent/Child of Technology….

Listening to one of my favorite podcasts just recently, the Disrupt Yourself podcast with Whitney Johnson, I fell in fascination with an interview

Kevin Kelly

with Kevin Kelly, the executive founder of Wired Magazine. He had some intriguing and thought provoking things to say about the future of tech and where we’re going with . . . → Read More: One Global Government and Mediating the Parent/Child of Technology….

Release of a Baby App into the World…and Some Encouragement

Ok, you heard it here first folks! The Android version of All The Pardons app (the app that tells you not to be rude with your cell phone) is released and the iOS version is coming very shortly! I can’t believe it!

AllThePardons.com App

This has been such a long road and I feel . . . → Read More: Release of a Baby App into the World…and Some Encouragement

Are You Sad At the State of the World These Days?

I’m sure I’m not alone these days…I mean in my thinking.

Monsanto is getting away with uber poisons that could potentially kill off all of the independant farmers along with their non-GMO crops, all in the name of greed (click here if you feel the need to act on this).

Architectural Rendering of Pat . . . → Read More: Are You Sad At the State of the World These Days?

From a Marshall to an App?

This week I saw a sneak preview of Marshall, a film about the famous supreme court justice, Thurgood Marshall. Up front, I

Marshall, the movie

highly recommend it (I haven’t done a movie review in a while, have I?), but more than that, it’s a very important film. This is true not just because . . . → Read More: From a Marshall to an App?

Have You Seen the Whitney Biennial This Year?

The Whitney Biennial used to be hit or miss and pack as many artists in as possible. One, maybe two, pieces per artist and no real cohesive plan (at least that’s how it appeared to me in the days of yore).

This time it’s different. There are less artists but more work by each one . . . → Read More: Have You Seen the Whitney Biennial This Year?

Curious Dog = Empathy. Dig?

I went to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Boston Opera House last night, for the second time. I saw it on Broadway in NYC last year and fell in love. You should know that this is the first play of any kind that I’ve seen twice. It’s really . . . → Read More: Curious Dog = Empathy. Dig?

What Are Your Stories?

This week I finally saw the amazing Sarah Polley directed film, Stories We Tell, from 2012. What an amazing film!

Stories We Tell

This film seems to have come together organically, over time, from a feeling, an inkling, that was jokingly referred to over the years in her family, that Sarah Polley herself may . . . → Read More: What Are Your Stories?

Fort Point Open Studios This Weekend. Will I See You?

So, two local things to pass along this week….

Fields Corner T Station

As a 10 year resident of Dorchester (and did I mention that I love it?) I had to brag on this article declaring Fields Corner (where I live) as being voted one of the nation’s greatest neighborhoods (or just “hood”, as . . . → Read More: Fort Point Open Studios This Weekend. Will I See You?

Isn’t the Earth Too Big to Fail?

People’s Climate March 2014

Basically, at the last minute last week, I decided to attend the People’s Climate March in NYC. I had been thinking about it all week but had several things already planned last Sunday and was feeling lazy about making a decision. I knew there would be plenty of people there. . . . → Read More: Isn’t the Earth Too Big to Fail?