Chasing Content is a monthly feature on this blog that serves as a highlight reel of sorts. It lets us relive some old content and look back to see what was happening last year at this time.
or just these gems.
Last season, I watched the first episode of Star Trek Discovery and discovered it wasn’t for me. It didn’t feel like the Star Trek I grew up loving. However, a friend of mine encouraged me to keep watching and I am glad that I did.
The show has done a great job at respecting the rich history of Star Trek and the canon. It has managed to bridge the past and the future. It takes places before the original series but incorporates stories and characters from it so it feels right. [Keep Reading]
For some of us, it is difficult to truly be alone with our thoughts. We are constantly bombarded with all sorts of stimuli. If we have a spare moment, we often fill it by turning to our smart phones. It has gotten to the point that many of us simply do not know how to be alone.
In Reclaiming Conversation Sherry Turkle writes, “We slip into thinking that always being connected is going to make us less lonely. But we are at risk because it is actually the reverse: If we are unable to be alone, we don’t teach our children to be alone, they will only know how to be lonely. [Keep Reading]
It’s hard to believe this concert was a year ago. It was the first one I threw to try and involve the youth in our local hip-hop scene. Click through to see a video with some of the highlights of that amazing night. [Watch the Highlight Reel]
Click through to find a list of ‘Best of” posts just like this one, dating all the way back to the start of this blog in 2007. [Keep Reading]