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A Return to Paradise: Sun, Fun, and Reflection.

March 17, 2014

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If the travel gods are merciful, by the time you are reading this, I will be on the little piece of paradise where this selfie was taken… wow, was it really five years ago. A lot has happened since then. Come to think of it. This blog pretty much documents all of it. Am I […]

In My Beginning Is My End: Sounding The Tongue.

February 17, 2014

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I finally figured out what I’m doing around here. By “here”, I mean this blog and, by extension, my other artistic droppings. Perhaps, by “figured out” I really mean “remembered.” I’m sounding the tongue. I’m not sure when I coined the phrase, but it was probably towards the end of my undergrad, when a friend […]

TBD: Don’t Call It A Comeback

December 1, 2012

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Today, WordPress tells me that my blog is four years old. I’m pretty sure the actual anniversary was a couple of days ago. Either way, it’s a happy coincidence because, in recent days, the urge to, well, blog has returned. I’m not entirely sure why, but a recent stroke of good luck for Wayne played a role. […]

Movement is Dead, Long Live Sterling Lynch!

March 27, 2012

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Did you notice? I changed the title of my blog. The blog is no longer called Movement. Why? Well, there’s basically one main reason, but you will need to click here to find out. No, this isn’t a ploy to lower my bounce rate. If you read the page (NB: not “the post”), you will […]

Free Post, Free Post! WordPress Summarizes My Blog For 2010

January 2, 2011

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This post is courtesy WordPress. I showed you mine maybe you will show me yours! — The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: Crunchy numbers The average container ship can carry about 4,500 containers. This blog was […]

An Essential Rule To Blog (And Live) By: Don’t Do As I Do!

April 28, 2010

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One of the aspects I enjoy most about this blog is that the very same people who comment on a poem, a play, or a song often comment on one of my social and political posts or on a theatre review or on a post analyzing social media. My mind wanders and, thankfully, there are […]

A Year’s Worth of Blog Data In Review: When People Like Your Words, They Want To Know About You

December 2, 2009

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I’m sharing my traffic numbers for the past year because it could be useful to my fellow bloggers. It will provide a benchmark with which you can compare your own traffic. There is also, at least, one important insight I draw from my numbers which should be useful to you. Read on! Here is as […]

Happy Birthday Blog: What A Difference A Year Makes!

November 26, 2009

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Happy Birthday Blog! [cue confetti, balloons, streamers, horns, and party hats. Pop the bubbly!] One year! What a difference a year makes! It’s a total cliche and yet totally true. In early November of last year, I was probably still unsure if I would bother with this whole blogging thing. Now, I can’t imagine myself […]

Why Do You Create: Discussing The Why of Creating

September 1, 2009

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I’m having one of those days when I know I should write but don’t have a strong compulsion to write about anything in particular. This is symptomatic of a blessing in disguise. There are, in fact, many things I want to write about. My struggle is in deciding which topic in particular to write about. […]

Yet Another Flavor of Blog: Writing For Mass Appeal

August 26, 2009

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A day or two before the Gmen headed west, we received good news. The Managing Editor of Metro (Edmonton) had taken an interest in our publicity material and invited me to blog my Edmonton Fringe experience for Metro. As it turns out, Harry, the Managing Editor, is an old high school friend. He recognized Dave’s […]

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