Hoping to spend time here versus browsing news sites so much to contribute and discover links to works by the many talented people in #PugetSound, #Portland, and surrounding areas. Occasional random links to free content will undoubtedly show up, too.
A few weeks ago I (virtually) presented a #workshop on dealing with stage fright at the International Thespian Festival.
I'll leave it to the viewer to determine if my askew perspectives on fear have any useful applications outside the world of #theater. Regardless, enjoy seeing me talk shop to an adorable stuffed lion named Glitter.
And this all comes back to the whole "Surfing the web vs stroking your feed" thing. You used to go from one website to another to another, it felt like travelling. Now the system is that you stay right there and have Content fed to you through a feed. It feels like the internet has become more like television.
TIL about cormorant fishing but wish I had not
The City Council PASSED the #AmazonTax today.
(Okay, technically it's a payroll tax on the largest companies, https://komonews.com/news/local/seattle-city-council-could-act-today-on-new-payroll-tax)
goddamn you #lodash
Promising "antifa facepaint" is a nice touch. I'm imagining a booth advertising itself as such and just handing out masks.
Tonight's Penumbral Lunar Eclipse will start in #Seattle just a little after nine and last through nearly eleven. https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/usa/seattle
Here's hoping for clear skies!
It's better but it's not alright.
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