Sociologists and political scientists are worried about us—all of us and some of us a lot more. Part of their compensation package is based on how many people they can convince to share the same worry. And, if that worry … Continue reading
Me.rev.3 I am learning the lessons of social media. Not only do I have a time-limited embodied life that keeps me busy enough—respiring, digesting, ambulating, interacting with others in real time and real places, and other tasks—I need to have … Continue reading
Coffee, class and culture: Airport consumption patterns as a measure of globalization and status hierarchy.
The second morning walk You were on my mind. If you were here, we would toss out lovely names. Our words taking aim for the truth and the moment. I would say, “Look, how the tern folds and unfolds his … Continue reading
Let’s name names I have long been fascinated with memory. Thirty years ago (or was it longer than that?) I wrote a piece about forgetfulness, foreshadowing my current disability by decades. Maybe, it was all those knocks to the head … Continue reading