To Keep or Not Keep the Status Quo

There’s a couple next to me at the bar where I'm sitting--I'm writing at Ted's Montana Grill in Boulder.  The guy is eating his dinner in silence because his spouse is on her phone. Occasionally he picks his up, too, because he looks bored. But for the most part, he eats alone, one bite of... Continue Reading →

The Price of Digital Convenience

Digital convenience, is it really the best thing to have happened to our MUSIC, our PHOTOGRAPHS, our WORDS? Our MOVIES, our NEWS, our POLITICS? Mp3s have significantly lowered the quality of music we listen to (and we've grown to accept it for its convenience), digital cameras makes thousands of images that disappear in old hard... Continue Reading →

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