Tag Archives: internet

These are some of the search terms by which people found my blog: November, 2014 Edition

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WARNING: Coarse Language Actual search engine terms by which people found my blog over the past three months, as categorized by perceived essence: nostalgically: new year drunks can’t hardly wait 90s clothing fuck me dj tanner from full house skeptically: white people why its not cool to be white fred hampton t shirt politely: etiquette […]

Jason Read on Truth in a Networked World

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USM Philosophy Professor Jason Read and I will be panelists at Think + Drink: Truth in a Networked World at SPACE Gallery on Wednesday, May 7th. The event is organized by Maine Humanities Council. We had a long, meandering conversation about the topic at Sonny’s where I was fueled by booze, Prof. Read by black […]

Ask Alex: A primer on physical world introductions for the digital set

It has been a while since I have attacked an Ask Alex, and I am excited to be doing so this dreary Monday morning. Please submit your queries by emailing me at alexsteed [at] gmail [dot] com. In case you are cautiously interested in submitting, I am happy to keep the identities of those in […]

I talked with Lee Camp, who will be funny in Portland this Saturday

Lee Camp will be performing his standup live at The Gold Room in Portland on Saturday night. Camp is a NYC-based stand up comedian/social satirist/activist who written for / been featured in Rolling Stone, The Onion and The Huffington Post. To many, he is known for his series of YouTube videos called Moments of Clarity.┬áThe […]

20 momentous events, happenings, releases and occasions from 2012

Because what kind of blogger would I be if I didn’t offer up some kind of year-end list? These are the events, happenings, releases and occasions that left a significant mark on me in 2012: Oikos University. Aurora. Sikh Temple. Sandy Hook Elementary. A bunch of heroic nerds landed the Curiosity Rover on Mars. This […]