In the pre-texting era, fridge poetry was how this household shared information. This is what we learned about writing from magnetic poetry.
Obsolescence and Endurance
Moving a bunch of books and the like around the other day, I came across an old copy of Cabinet Magazine dated Spring 2006. Cabinet is a delightfully eclectic quarterly I pick up from time to time. I had not read this issue all the way through and fell upon an article by Sam Burton that… Read more »
Technology Writers as Snowballs
And you want to hire the biggest snowball. The other day I got a new netbook computer, an Asus Eeepc. Philip, my fellow Word Lion, saw the picture I snapped and posted to Facebook. We then had a gleeful exchange as we both ranged around the Internet looking for new applications and operating systems for… Read more »