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Thoughts of an urban hermit - James McCullough

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Nov
11
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A reflection on my birthday about another difficult year, plus book and music recommendations for the winter.
9 min read
Aug
21
What Home Is - AppleTV+ Series

What Home Is - AppleTV+ Series

For the last few weeks, I have been enamoured with a newer series on AppleTV+ called Home. This series is different than the other types I listed as it is more of an exploration of what a home can be and silently asks the question, “What should a home be?”
4 min read
May
27
The Stories We Tell Ourselves

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Music creates an emotional attachment to our lives like nothing else can.
5 min read
May
01
Panic Aboard the SS Twitter - Lessons Learned This Week

Panic Aboard the SS Twitter - Lessons Learned This Week

The week was surrounded by news of Elon Musk's offer to buy Twitter. Here is a collection of the articles and podcasts I found the most interesting to frame my opinion about the deal.
5 min read
Apr
26

April Media

Quick impressions of media I have watched recently.
1 min read
Apr
25

Elon's Giant Package

Some interesting thoughts on what Musk is doing with the purchase of Twitter, written by Ranjan [https://twitter.com/ranjanxroy]
1 min read
Apr
22
Quick Thoughts on Severance

Quick Thoughts on Severance

Definitely a binge-worthy show about the work/life balance with a touch of dystopia and a slowly unraveling onion of a mystery show. Absolutely fantastic.
1 min read
Mar
29

Interview with Chris Hedges and Matt Taibbi

I found this conversation between Matt Taibbi and Chris Hedges quite interesting. Chris Hedges is a former New York Times journalist and author.
2 min read
Mar
02
60 Days (Mainly) Without Twitter

60 Days (Mainly) Without Twitter

Nearly two months later after planning to avoid Twitter, lead me to question the value of social media in my life. Here is what I discovered about the absence and return.
7 min read
Feb
23
Chuck Klosterman’s ‘The Nineties’

Chuck Klosterman’s ‘The Nineties’

For Klosterman, the nineties began with the release of Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ album, released in September 1991; for me, the easiest marker would be the fall of 1989 when I moved to Whitehorse, Yukon from Regina, Saskatchewan, at age 10.
7 min read

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