Author Archives: Steve

Microship Available for Vancouver Island Adventure

Updated September 18, 2014:  I am leaving this post here just so I don’t break deep links from Out There, but this offer is no longer available… a friend here on San Juan Island is going to take over the … Continue reading

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Settling into the New Nomadness Lab

I suppose it is ironic for a paleo-technomad to look at something as mundane as moving and note that it’s personally epic. But epic it is, after 13 years in a place that was created for the high-energy Microship project… … Continue reading

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Nickel Generators

In 1983, I abandoned all pretense of responsibility and hit the road on a bicycle. This was deeply alarming to my parents, since I was now 30 and a suburban homeowner; even though I was barely scraping by as a … Continue reading

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New Places, Products, Publications, Partners, & Pussycats

It’s astounding how much can change between one blog post and the next. The more time passes, the more I find myself in that catch-up mode that tempts me to blast through a huge range of subjects, addressing none of … Continue reading

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Blogs, Biz, and Bottom Jobs

Well, that sure took longer than expected. I had plenty of warning last year about the impending demise of the blogging tool I’d been using forever, but my standard PFD mode manifested itself… and for months, an item hovering ominously … Continue reading

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