Monthly Archives: March 2015

Depression and things like that

Depression sucks. That’s the only verb I can think of to really qualify it. It sucks. Depression takes the usual joys of life and causes you to look at them as if the glass is empty. To hell with the … Continue reading

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Roanoke, you’re where I wanna be

Still feeling a strong buzz from yesterday’s Winter(X) events, I can say that after listening to everyone present and the feedback from the audience Roanoke is where I want to be. The Star City, the Magic City, the Noke. I … Continue reading

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Intentionality and Engagement

Today I am spending the day at Winter (X)po – a continuation of the CityWorks(X)po event that has been held annually in Roanoke for the past (X) years. For those who don’t know, the purpose of (X)po and its related … Continue reading

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The Power of Politics

We are constantly bombarded with political messages – this guy good, that guy bad – of very little value. Empty messages, those with only the rhetorical value of firing up the base, those that proclaim in stark terms US GOOD, … Continue reading

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Everything’s moving so damn quickly

While on my way to the CoLab this afternoon, a thought struck me as a driver tailgated me across the Memorial Avenue bridge. It feels like, and I’m sure there must be some sort of empirical data to support this, … Continue reading

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