Quack to the Future

I’m on a roll. Aaron Johnson has used another one of my captions for his brilliantly outstanding What the Duck comic strip about photographers and what they deal with on a daily basis. I’m truly honored!

whine rack

Aaron Johnson, esteemed author of What the Duck, used my caption for What the Duck 97 – whine rack. If you haven’t checked his Web comic out already it’s 100% comedy genius. After almost 100 episodes it hasn’t lost any of its flair and illustrates the trials and tribulations that photographers go through on a […]

Edgar Allan Poe – The Raven

The Raven is, by far, one of Edgar Allan Poe’s most quoted and parodied works. Although I’ve heard the poem read many times in various forms, I actually sat down and read it for the first time on my own last night.

Douglas Adams – The More Than Complete Hitchhiker’s Guide

Asteroid 18610 was discovered by Felix Hormuth. A longtime fan of Douglas Adams, it was confirmed on May 09, 2001 that he was to name Asteroid 18610 Arthurdent after the hero and protagonist of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Science Fiction writer Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and its […]

Rudy Rucker – The Hacker and the Ants

It really is a small world. An old girlfriend purchased a copy of The Hacker and the Ants for my birthday and, due to its cheesy title, I was reluctant to read it. I eventually picked it up and turned it into a quick afternoon read. Overall, I was quite amused by the storyline and […]

Orson Scott Card – Ender’s Game

Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card, is one of the first science fiction novels I ever read as a child. A recommended read by Paul Fitzmeyer, a close friend of the family whom I consider to be my first mentor and geek inspiration, gave me a copy of the book about twenty years ago. I […]