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Writing for GeekDad has been a trip during these past few months. I’m not a journalist in training, but I sometimes play one on Wired.com’s blog. That recently happened when I dialed in to a conference call at the White House to learn about what is happening with President Obama’s new educational initiative. And if [...]
As Sue is working on gathering reference material for her new graphic novel, and because we’d never been to one of America’s foremost cultural events (historically, speaking that is), we decided to go to the Great Circus Parade in Milwaukee. I wrote an account of the event for GeekDad. Below is an excerpt. The circus [...]
I have a new post up on GeekDad: Introducing Our Kids to the Arts. Sue and I went to the RedLine Milwaukee silent auction benefit with the kids on Milwaukee’s near-north side. You could qualify this post as an un-GeekDad as it really doesn’t have anything to do with technology. That could be an interesting [...]
A few weeks ago, GeekDad put out an open call for new writers. I’ve been following GeekDad for a few years and am attracted to it for numerous reasons that should be obvious; I’m both a geek and a Dad. My reasoning for applying is strange. I don’t think of myself as a writer. But [...]
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