It is through the practice of good stewardship that we as humans express love for the world. — William Enright and Timothy Seiler Stewardship is the responsible management of others’ resources for the common good. It’s more than rote organizational functions and it’s certainly not about shoring up the institution with planned gifts. Stewardship is […]
Slate on the Evolution and Impacts of Telecommuting Somehow, what was supposed to be an “electronic cottage” has become an “electronic sweatshop.” It’s not just surveillance—it’s that many employees who telecommute only occasionally end up doing far more work than before their “emancipation.”
I think of recovery from religion like peeling layers off of an onion. Dissenting intellectually from teachings or doctrines you learned as an adult is like peeling off one of the outer layers. But if you keep going, you find scripts that got laid down earlier—attitudes, emotional conditioning, ideas you were taught before you had the […]
As promised: process photos for my father’s birthday drawing.
Discovered this track yesterday. It’s from the iconic British ska-reggae session band The Cimarons, a band of Jamaicans who moved to England in the mid 1960s during the second major wave of Caribbean immigrants.
Ava DuVernay on Filmmaking My life is not spectacle. So often when I see African-American performances on screen, it is in the voice of spectacle… There’s beauty in the everyday; there’s beauty in the ordinary. — Ava DuVernay DuVernay is the director of I Will Follow and Middle of Nowhere.