I love Python. I’m sorry Java, we had a really good run, and for a long time I thought that things were working out really well, but the truth is that I want to marry Python. We’re buying a flat in a Victorian together, and we’re going to have little Python babies. It’s not just… Read More
In the ongoing saga of my registration at one of California’s fine state higher-educational institutions, today I had to spend several hours in lines and more than an hour in transit to take care of a common paperwork snafu. I applied to San Francisco City College in order to take a prerequisite class in conjunction… Read More
I’ve been getting lots of inspiration recently in my musical life, as well as my other creative pursuits in general. I want to give a public shout-out to the inimitable Shelley Gehlbach, who has been helping me get to the next level in terms of musical recording. Shelley is an amazing musician, talented in singing,… Read More
I had a really nerve-wracking and awesome experience this week, when I gave a solo comedy performance on stage in front of 200 people. I had a really great coach, and I want to describe the experience and share some tips for public speaking.
As I wrote in a recent article, student recordkeeping is still in the dark ages. Paper transcripts are a monumental hassle for students, cost more than electronic transcripts for both schools and students, and are an environmental nightmare. Until we convince our school officials to improve their systems, though, we’re likely to be stuck with… Read More