This blog is generally for me to post stuff I’ve done – albums of photos, articles, interviews, etc. But occasionally I post articles or things that feature/mention me. I was remembering a song my best friend (playfully referred to on … Continue reading California Girl
A number of people have been requesting for a while that I make a Patreon. It’s a weird thing for me, to request money from random folks rather than direct clients, but I do appreciate that having a place for … Continue reading I’ve Created A Patreon
I went to Wasteland Weekend for 7 hours this year. It’s only an hour and a half drive from my house, and I wasn’t prepared to camp, I just wanted to take more pictures inside the Thunderdome. So I did. … Continue reading Wasteland Weekend 2017
This was mostly something I did on Facebook, and will likely not post as a separate blog entry. But since there are 3 posts I wanted to put them in one place.
This is all regarding #metoo, and sexual harassment and assault. Continue reading “The #MeToo Posts”
I attended a short Burning Man this year – the event runs from Sunday until the following Monday (Labor Day), but I arrived around 1am Tuesday morning and left Thursday afternoon. I was camped with Red Nose District, right next … Continue reading Burning Man 2017
Inspired by a single post on Facebook, I’ve decided to make this the running list of improvements I think every libertarian conference should make. Note: Some conferences do these things already. These things may apply to non-libertarian conferences. I know there’s a lot to be thinking about when putting together a conference, and this is not an inclusive list – it is simply something I notice lacking in some conferences because I’m lucky enough to attend over a dozen every year. 1. Double-sided badges. If you’ve got people’s names in a clear envelope on a lanyard, please make it double-sided. … Continue reading The Libertarian Conference Improvement List
“I don’t want to say that there’s One True Libertarian parenting style. I’m not even a parent, so plenty of people think I’m disqualified from having an opinion, despite the fact that I have been a child and well aware of my own mind, desires, and agency. I’ve also been a nanny to an incredibly self-possessed child I am honored to still influence as she grows. But I am a libertarian, and I do think that the way I was raised makes my understanding of the principles of self-ownership and non-aggression tremendously engrained in how I reflect on the world, … Continue reading Childhood & Self-Ownership: Is There A Libertarian Way to Parent?