Elsewhere Me

Hi I like totally did some stuff. I was on NPR talking about the portrayal of autism in the media, a follow-up to my "Autistic Trekdom" of last year. Several people have told me that the segment turned out well. I will take their word for it, as I find listening to myself on the radio to be an excruciating

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2010 Holiday Survival Guide for Slackers

In keeping with the theme, I slacked off yesterday and neglected to mention that my ninth annual Holiday Survival Guide for Slackers was live at The Morning News. A huge thanks to everyone who suggested items, with a special call out to Dylan (Better Marriage Blanket), orsted (Quantum Stirwand), umrain zero (Celestial Portraits), mriggen (Fresh Brown "Eggs") & sperkal (two

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The Advend Calendar

It's a day late and, after buying the Swedish Fish, I am a dollar short, but the Advend Calendar is live. I'll be shifting my focus to that site until xmas, but will still be posting here occasionally. The Good Gift Game Guide will be published tomorrow, so stay tuned for that.

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Animated Films for Grown-Ups

My list of good animated films for grown-ups appears today at The Morning News. Thanks to all the readers who sent in suggestions, especially Ahtitan (who is quoted in the article, under Grave of the Fireflies), Cam, Yael, Matt, Dave, Sean, John, and by long-time buddy Matt Olsen (previously seen here). Jake also wrote in to endorse The Venture Bro.

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Elsewhere Me

Here are some recent and upcoming irons in my fire. So to speak. A couple of weeks ago I groused about zombies for The Morning News. I provided commentary for the last Layer Tennis match of the regular season. I narrated the first match of the season as well. Wait, I did both the first and the last? Really? I

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A Stroll Down 1st Ave.

My friend Caitlin Burke and I have a Seattle photo essay in The Morning News today. Also: posts everyday this week on defective yeti! You can take that to the bank. And we all know how reliable banks are, these days.

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