It seems pretty difficult to get a book published. Even digital publishing, as simple as it is, seems fraught with
COVID Testing Without Cars
How are people who do not drive, and who might be in a wheelchair supposed to get COVID tested? Many
Feeling like there has been a lot more rain in Pittsburgh than usual? I am.
We Need a National Discussion on Living with COVID-19 for the Long Term
The thing that bothers me is that our national leadership is acting like the COVID-19 virus is some sort of temporary thing. Our leaders need to underscore the message that this virus will be here for a while; a year, maybe years.
What Len Taught Me
There was a time when I thought I might make a pretty good teacher. People told me I was kind and patient, understanding, and knowledgeable. They told me I had so many qualities of one. Then I worked as a substitute in a public school district.
COVID-19 and the Working Parent
I have a luxury. I am in graduate school. As I observe the number of COVID-19 infections grow by ten thousand each week, and hear of regional lockdowns, major conference cancellations, and school closures, I take a minute to consider what it might mean if my children’s school closed.
Getting Knocked Down
It is easy to look in the mirror and not see any value. Walking out of class yesterday, feeling too miserable because I can’t understand the math behind economics, I kept having memories from my freshman year of college in Kentucky; they kept looping through my head.
Marketing Our Buddy, the Faceless Corporation
Marketing of Brands Has Gone Too Far with Attempts to be Authentic
Forty Seconds of Water
Chronicles of the Do-It-Yourself Home Improvement Endeavors
An Evening With John Kerry
Hearing a Lecture by the Former Secretary of State