Monthly Archives: June 2011

Somebody Who Is Somebody

Have I mentioned that I once met Pete Seeger? Three times in the last week I’ve noticed myself dropping into casual conversations the names of famous people that I (or, in some cases, my parents) encountered. It’s a bad habit. … Continue reading

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Live Axiom

Finding multitrack recorder software that meshes with how you like to work is not guaranteed to be a stroll in the park. I feel for musicians who have to pay for the software they use. If you pay $500 for … Continue reading

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Mom Was a Shutterbug

This weekend I broke out the shovel and started scooping up mounds of memorabilia, which have been gathering dust in the back bedroom since my mother passed away in March. Mom was a shutterbug. There are lots of family photos, … Continue reading

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A Little Box Full of Shiny Gears

For the past few months I’ve been pretty much ignoring interactive fiction, but that may be changing. My dissatisfaction with IF has several roots. First, it’s very much a marginal field of creative endeavor: The number of people who care … Continue reading

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