Operating around the fringes, between the seen and unseen. I want to understand the mechanics with which the world operates, find a solve. A quick and dirty Fabric that gets shit done to preserve freedom, health, the natural world and––take that, Superman––solves irreversible climate change.
Over the years, I have written about the best-half and the worst-half (surprising, how often they link), as well as those in between.
The concept of work as research and an opportunity to disseminate words that reach distracted thinking people (my company specializes in high-level SEO).
Fabric as the next manifestation of consciousness, taking into account what I have learned about the world through six continuous Encyclopedic years of writing about finance, the environment, music, oncology, space exploration, Zumba, terraforming.
Three days ago I put up article about the plight of Albatross in the Marshall Islands, smack dab in the Great Ocean Patch.* (Full disclosure: I also wrote about the causes of diarrhea). This writing for cold hard oDesk cash will be seen by thousands, potentially millions over time. But the assignment was not the ultimate end.
It led to a spontaneous poetic vision which I captured in Pay and Pay on this site.**
What I really enjoy about Internet prose, is that hyperlink connections create another dimension to communication, often in the form of music.
* I keep specific mentions of the client article, or its hyperlink attributions out of the public sphere, for novelistic and legal reasons.
** Sly reference to Medium, which thinks that well thought out content should be free and on their platform. I keep my own platform for a myriad of reasons, number one: you have to try to reach this place.