All in Short Essays
That we trust ourselves to make accurate snap judgements about events we didn’t experience and have mediated to us through the viral groupthink of social media platforms is… laughable?
The universe is a big place where a lot of little things happen.
My ubiquitous connectedness—my ever-presence—means I can manage my blog in the woods. But I shouldn’t be able to manage a blog in the woods; I ought to just be, but in the woods.
This isn’t a review of Spider-man: Homecoming (but you should see it), instead it’s a small collection of thoughts about superheroes and the way pride threatens even the biggest nobodies.
I will probably gauge my success in writing this—what you’re reading right now—on how many page views, likes, shares, and comments it gets. That’s ok, but it’s also terrible. This a paradox, but paradoxes are worth thinking over because they can be true.