in which I, my son, one of my beta testers—and Jake and Zainab—play a very, very bad WorldBuilder game . . .
in which we study the author’s hints to one of the worst text adventures ever released . . .
If “Alonzo and Melissa” isn’t the Great American Novel, I don’t know what is.
The things you learn when poring over your website’s access logs.
. . . or, when black-and-white animals attack.
Everything I ^don’t know about the law I learned from Judge Judy.
If you think this belongs in the Rats area of my personal site, think again.
A vital chapter in the language of heraldry.
Memorize this short list, and you too can talk like a Judge Judy litigant.
My spin on why the metric system was and remains a misguided idea.
What happens when you read the same story for the twenty-seventh time . . . this month.