Monthly Archives: October 2013

dogs can see colors

Like a lot of people, I imagine, I learned a lot of “facts” about dogs early on in life and never questioned most of them.  Until lately, that is.  As I’ve been writing Lost Dogs, I’ve done a fair amount … Continue reading

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my dog: the paradox

Iffn you like dogs (as I do) and you’ve owned or lived with a dog for a number of years (as I have), then you must stop everything you are doing and go RIGHT NOW to read Matthew Inman’s webcomic … Continue reading

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learning from “tropes vs. women”

I swear, I’m forever behind the curve on pop culture things.  I only realized how awesome Led Zeppelin was after they’d broken up.  I only saw maybe one or two episodes each of Cheers, Friends, and Seinfeld.  I started watching … Continue reading

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learning social media, and upcoming events

For the past few months, I’ve been getting together with Brent Lewis and some fellow writers to research and teach each other about social media: Facebook, Twitter, Google +, etc.  We’ve been meeting for about an hour or every four-six weeks.  I … Continue reading

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