Thursday, October 28, 2010

we love robots

From David and Sarah Dark's awesome blog

The Robot LifeGuard Electrocuted Everyone.

This is my first foray into composing science fiction. Wait, that's not entirely true. In high school, I took the legend of Frosty the Snowman down a distinctly sci-fi path which I might choose to share more broadly some day soon. In the glorious meantime, I give you my shortest story: The Robot lifeguard electrocuted everyone. Feel free to commit it to memory and share it with others. You can place it alongside Hemingway's attempt at shortness which I reprint here without permission: "For sale: baby shoes. Never worn." Mine, let the record show, is shorter (word-wise), and will also serve as the title of an upcoming work of fiction.
Friend, doppelgänger, and lead singer of Bulb, Todd Greene, was kind enough to give me the above illustration. Enjoy.
That is all.
UPDATE: The above illustration is available as a print (signed by the illustrator and the author), a t-shirt, AND (should the perceived need arise) a refrigerator magnet. For details, contact david dot dark at vanderbilt dot edu

Sunday, October 24, 2010


Sunday school 2

Sunday school

Saturday, October 23, 2010

very cool

i listen to podcasts... here are the best.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

how clearly do we see the past?

heros and legends on display: how have their stories changed over time?

something that i made is in this room