Me & Edie, a portrait by DJ

Friday, February 9, 2018

My last personal business card was from 2006.

Personal Business. That sounds funny.

Anyway, it was time for an update.

Thanks to DJ for the new photo.

I’ll try and make this last another ten years.

And yes, an alternate Edie mug was grafted from a different photo.

Edie, lofty

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Edith now likes to get up in the loft when she’s wandering the Depot and watch everyone work from above.

Related image from my old apartment.

2018 Auto Show

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

This year’s Auto Expo was like many of the others. LEDs are getting more neon-like, but otherwise? Just a lot more SUVs and crossovers.

Kind of snoozy.

Projecting logos on the ground when the door opens seems to be a thing now.

This custom van interior seems good for road trips.

S’more tail lights and headlights and stuff

Cincy Stories

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Pxvce of Triiibe speaking at the Cincy Stories event that just moved across the street to the Woodward Theater.

These events bring folks on stage to share a personal story and tonight was a particularly moving collection of perspectives.

A few more photos from the evening

Heavy Lifting

Sat at my desk on the day Chris Hardwick launched his ID10T podcast and Elon Musk launched the Falcon Heavy test. Watching the latter side boosters return to earth and land in sync? Goosebumps.

Trivia Night 2018

Monday, February 5, 2018

Trivia Night for the Montessori was on February third. This year our table theme was The Breakfast Club. We also have to tie that theme into food so there were pixie sticks and Cap’n Crunch on bread and some sushi to boot. We didn’t win anything this year, but as always, we had a lot of fun.

Semi-related: When The Breakfast Club came out on video my dad had just brought home a very early IBM computer—green and black monochrome screen, no mouse, dot matrix printer. I wanted to learn how to use it so I transcribed the movie, line by line, pressing pause and rewind over and over. I probably wore out the VHS tape. Man I love that movie.

Unrelated: The photo I actually took today was Edie eyeing a treat.

Axis Cov

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Axis Cov. A People’s Liberty project by Emily Wolff to spruce up a foreboding underpass. Now this darkened part of Covington has visual interest and light.


Saturday, February 3, 2018

Ready for layer #3 for this Red Squirrel sign in Grosbeck.

Only semi-related because it was on the door of the deli: I’ve always been a fan of the swash type for the Golden Buckeye Card, which, if this website is any indicator, the actual card looks horrid.