Happy 3-14! I made the above image with Pixar Typestry in the 90s. (that’s history man!) Celebrate this momentous day by using circles and/or curves in your daily life.
This was even more of a meandering discussion then last time. We started with the election hacking scandal and branched out to cover all manner of terrifying technology. Episode 123 airs on Christmas evening 8pm PST. Downloads available
sometime after here or podcast. Here is a link:
Hart and I have worked together for some time. He is a mogul of all things horrific. Now he takes on the horror of the modern day with a political/news podcast. He is also struggling under the enormous weight of the medical care for his wife. I encourage anyone with extra funds this holiday season to contribute here.
The convention ended weeks ago. I Finally got all my pictures sorted (as well as my dad’s). These are a few of my favorites. enjoy. I had a blast and as usual, the costumes were amazing. Thanks to my wife and my dad for making this happen and sharing your pictures. Huge thanks to everyone at Wondercon and especially everyone in costume (please send me links and i will happily include them here). See you next year!
I took this video before i left town. I have many more pictures and videos to upload from my trip, but for now, enjoy this amazing time lapse of clouds, and sunlight moving across the valley.
Amazing exhibits. They let you take pictures, so here are mine. enjoy.
This post will bump the largest one off the front page. My site was getting a bit bloated.
First time at Wondercon, I had a great time. Hilariously interesting panels, friendly people and amazing costumes. Food trucks for miles supplemented the usual con food. Similar to Comic Con in spirit, but not in scope. Wondercon lacked the sweltering crowds and with them, much of the lines. This more intimate setting afforded more direct fan interaction. I saw creators hugging fans and levels of joy and enthusiasm that could almost approximate wonder.