Monthly Archives: October 2016

Asking and not receiving

Building on yesterday’s question where someone I’d never met before wanted something from me I wasn’t willing to give, even more asks came in this morning over the transom, hands outstretched and bayonets clenched and glinting between teeth. First came one from a government agency, and that required a decision from above my pay grade. […]

Declined

I wrote about something today. Hours later, I got a call from someone two time zones away asking me if I’d give them details about a particular thing I’d written but not fully disclosed. When I told them no, they accused me of being a bad journalist. After all, why write about something if I […]

How the rain came tonight

I’ve been making more timelapses lately in order to look at the world without time, in the words of that line from “The Matrix Reloaded” I’ve never quite gotten over. I want to see what the clouds look like in the reflected surfaces of the buildings outside the one where I work, and how the […]