I seem to have this constitutional inability to resist doing shows. Last Friday was the last episode of season 10, and I announced then that the first episode of season 11, new name and all, would take place on the third Friday of the month. Nevertheless, I have been doing episodes on the 1st,Continue reading “Blog Reader”
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One Bite at a Time
As I continue to think about, plan, and work on season 11 of what will be, in many ways, a new and different podcast, there are days like today, when I feel frustrated. There are a lot of things I want to, or am already trying to do. I want to get my YouTube channelContinue reading “One Bite at a Time”
A change is gonna come…
So, there are some interesting things happening here at the Medieval Gnome Productions studios, aka my living room, and some interesting things happening outside as well. Let’s stick with the in-the-living-room, or perhaps more accurately in-the-Gnome’s-head things. As the end of Season Ten, and thus of 100 regular episodes approaches I feel good about whereContinue reading “A change is gonna come…”
We’re talking strictly about the evolution of this site, which was originally called “kindling minds.” That’s still the ultimate purpose. But the site is morphing into one more exclusively focused on Medieval Gnome Productions: the podcasts we do, our amazing staff, the Discworld, the podcasting experience, podcasting sausages inna bun. All named meat! Get ’emContinue reading “Evolution”
To hell with the bloody idiots who deny climate change.
It’s All About Style
Some people find a new interest and stick with it. Others discover a new enthusiasm, and then lose interest over time. Or I guess maybe most of us do both, although one tends to predominate. It’s like the differentiations on the Myers-Briggs, et al. “Feelers think, and thinkers feel” was one of the first thingsContinue reading “It’s All About Style”
As Grace Slick said at Woodstock, all those years ago, it’s a new dawn.
Nation on Fire
October 1st, 2020. My older brother, who died at 27, would’ve been 73 today. He contracted Hodgkin’s lymphoma in the spring of 1973, and died the day before Thanksgiving. I use the word “contracted” deliberately. He was an aspiring physician, and before he started his residency he spent a semester working in a medical laboratoryContinue reading “Nation on Fire”
The GEM Show
Gnomic Explorations and Musings Ten Months Old Ten months old before I get it on the site. Not a real fast turnaround. Thanks a million, until you’re better paid, to Elias Armao for the GEM logo!
I haven’t been able to do any writing for weeks. Not even a journal entry. I am managing to keep producing the Portal, but that’s been about it. No walking. Indeed, I spent pretty much all of June in bed. I am now boycotting the news. I just can’t stand to read about anyContinue reading “Pandemic Paralysis”