I wrote about a funeral for a Catholic priest who was much loved by people who knew him. At the end of the service, as the casket was leaving the church, other priests gathered together and chanted a prayer for the late priest. Using my iPhone with the voice recorder, I put together a post I named “What I Saw.” How’d I do it? I first uploaded the audio to Soundcloud. And I...
Audio Slide Show: A Trappist Monk →
There’s a Trappist monk near me who recently turned 100. Today, in fact. He has lived in a monastery since 1938. He is a riot to talk with. A few years ago - when he was 98 - I put together an audio slideshow which starred the guy, Father Luke Kot. I’ve done many of them, but this is my favorite.
One of my stories in the most recent Georgia Bulletin looked at how unauthorized workers are dealing with a new immigration law. I published a blog post a couple days before the print edition with the story hit the streets. The post had a brief video and a couple of photos I took with my iPhone. I knew the pictures wouldn’t make it in the paper, but they would be worthwhile for the web....
“I ran to be free; I ran to avoid pain; I ran to feel pain; I ran out of love and hate and anger and joy. “ Dagny Scott, Runner’s World Complete Book of Women’s Running
Cheer For Me
My Peachtree Road Race number showed up in my email: Race Number: 7825 Corral: B Gender: M
I am a big fan of NPR. First thing I listen to in the morning and I always hope to meet
On Quora, Journalism and Disintermediation →
futurejournalismproject: soupsoup: The best-known tech companies of my parents’ generation were plodding giants. Take Your Daughter to Work Day was kind of like this video of Conan O’Brien visiting Intel. Drab, gray cubicles. Rows of thousands of people staring endlessly into glowing black screens with command-line interfaces. It seemed draining and bureaucratic. At the time, many news...