Manda and I do a song on the 12 Days of Christmas geek style.
I rarely update this blog. One reason is that Debs and Errol keeps me busy, and I’m doing Nanowrimo. But there comes a time in every geek’s life that they have to ALL-CAPS from their keyboards…
I got another one from Derek Sivers, which is an outtake from his book “Anything You Want”. I know I want a lot of things, like an AT-AT. For the full transcript, you can check it on his site.
I am a fan of Monty Python, and this talk breaks creativity down into two things you need to be creative. What are they? Uh, I watched this a few weeks ago, so I forget. 😀 It’s good though!
It’s 1:00pm EST. Here, it is only 10 in the morning. That means, if I had still been in Toronto, I would have slept in till 12! Huzzah! That never would have happened at home because of those little spawnlings! Poor kids are probably all lonely. Oh, we passed a girl handing out samples of lattes at Benz. It’s a… Read more →
My friend since University, Chris Isobe, is getting married! Huzzah! And he is getting married in Vancouver. Keren and I decided to make it a 6 day vacation and arrive early so that we can enjoy the time without children. Without the children! This is the first time she and I have gone away for this long. My heart palpitates…. Read more →
Old School New School Steven Fischer has made a documentary on the nature of creativity and how one can reach his or her full potential. There are veteran actors, dancers and musicians interviewed here. Wonderful to hear other people’s creative processes.
10 Creativity Tips From Donald Miller I found this posted on G+. Donald Miller is an author of the books Blue Like Jazz and a Million Miles in a Thousand Years. Of course, I haven’t read those books, but I have a few friends that have. 😀 The last three tips he gives are fascinating and food for discussion. 😀
How To Call Attention To Your Music I just got this in my email from Debs. Derek Sivers (founder of cdbaby, touring musician, advicinator) has this pdf which is pretty cool. Of course, it’s a PDF, as opposed to a web page, which makes it harder for me to link, and I don’t know if I’m allowed to upload it… Read more →