I've always liked making things. I've always doodled or wrote or crafted, but, in the past few months, I've really gone all-in on making things online. I had a realization today (definitely not while listening to the most recent episode of Thoughts Cast, because that episode is just for Arjuna) that I've come a long way … Continue reading The joys of making content.
The Woman Who Fell to Earth, the introduction to Jodie Whittaker's take on Doctor Who, premiered yesterday, and (for my spoiler-free review) it was utterly fantastic! I've not had enough time to process to really put together a coherent review, so I'll just call out a few highlight notes (spoilers below): I dig the companions. … Continue reading Doctor Who is back and brilliant!
Inktober2018 completely snuck up on me. I didn't plan anything, I hadn't reviewed the prompts... it was just suddenly there. For anyone unfamiliar, Inktober is a push to get people out and drawing in ink. There are prompts for each day, and artists are encouraged to create and share drawings daily. I participated last year … Continue reading The start of Inktober
Holy smokes, y'all, it's the end of August already! I am so glad that I heard about Blaugust Reborn on the Geek to Geek podcast this year, as it's led to probably the most productive month of my life! Originally, I just planned to challenge myself to produce some sort of content each day that … Continue reading The end of Blaugust Reborn
I've talked before about podcasts about video games and Star Trek and the Animorphs... but let's talk about some more! These podcasts all function as digital book clubs (like the Animorphs podcasts), in that they look for both the hosts and the listeners to have read the same content before each episode in order to … Continue reading Digital Book Clubs: Podcasts to read to