Posts Categorized: Blogging

I can’t hear you

I do a good job of keeping politics out of my public exposure. Rarely do I post a blog related to politics. On Facebook, those types of posts are among the few I actually hide from my news feed when they show up. While I enjoy a robust discussion about politics, I find all too… Read more »

Escaping the trap

‘Twas the morning of Christmas And all through the dark, Not a creature was stirring But me on my walk.   Shortly into my journey, As is often my way, I began composing my blog To post later that day.   Perhaps it was the manner The solitary full moon shone That led me to… Read more »

Spell uncheck

Occasionally, posts wander across my Facebook feed showing various texts gone “bad”, purportedly due to the autocorrect features on people’s’ phones. (Note: apparently these are only popular if they are crude or titillating, as opposed to, say, just funny). I have to wonder about those incidents. For a couple of reasons. The first, why do… Read more »

Shell game

Ugh. Though this year belies the fact, regular readers know I’m a private man. Sure, there’s this blog, but if I had a dollar for everyone who reads this thing, I wouldn’t have enough to pay the hosting fee! So there’s not much risk in my privacy becoming “viral”. Outside of my Great North American Baseball… Read more »

GNABRT follow-up 1 – From blog to book

Welcome to the “epilogue” section of the Great North American Baseball Road Trip blog.  I’ll be posting every now and then about things related in one way or another to my recently completed journey. Today, it’s about how to turn all those miles, stories and posts into a coherent narrative, or, in English, how the… Read more »

GNABRT Day 87 (really 75) – Eight is enough

It’s finally arrived.  Almost.  Nearly.  Just about. The final game of the Great North American Baseball Road Trip is tomorrow (Sunday, August 23rd) at Marlins Park in Miami.  Once the game is complete, I will have finished my (now) nearly three-month voyage to every baseball park in the major leagues to watch a game. In… Read more »