Monthly Archives: January 2013

Can you Contentate this Cowboy? You Could Become a Professional Contentist

I just received an unsolicited email (spam) from a company promoting its “content marketing software platform.” As today is not April 1, I assume this isn’t a joke, although, after reading the following way in which they describe their “system,” … Continue reading

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Cory Doctorow: “Where there’s life, there’s hope.”

From a comment by Doc Searls in the context of a message-thread related to the death of Aaron Swartz: “Self-definition is so huge for young people. And yet, it’s not so important as it seems. I was fifty before I … Continue reading

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Rex-a-Sketch, a 2013 rexperiment

While I’ve had a Tumblr account [tippy title="(...)"]Tumblr is a blogging platform. You can learn about it here. My Tumblr account can be found at either of these two URLs: RexHammock.com or Rex.Tumblr.com[/tippy] since April, 2007, I’ve never quite figured … Continue reading

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Feste, RIP

Feste, the dog our family has belonged to for the past 15 years, died today. In my life, I have never loved, or appreciated, or learned so much from a dog as I have Feste. I was lucky to belong … Continue reading

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Condé Nast Traveler’s five ‘must visit’ cities of 2013 includes my home town

The other morning on the Today Show, Condé Nast Traveler’s Lisa Gill appeared to present what one of the show’s hostesses described as the “coolest, must-see cities you’ve got to visit in (2013).” In the whole world. Here are the … Continue reading

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