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Six Degrees of Wayne Kimmel

At the center of Wayne Kimmel’s memoir, Six Degrees of Wayne Kimmel, lies the simple lesson of putting yourself out there.  My favorite quote:  “We may live in big world, but our lives really take place in small villages.” I think this is especially true for Philadelphia, which feels to me like the world’s biggest small town.

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Thoughts

Notes on dynamic meters

A new type of paywall model is emerging: The dynamic meter.

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Notes on newsletters

Notes on the membership model for news

Penn State Campuses Lose University Recognition After Risk Analysis Review

The past, present, and future of making the WordPress Editor work for editors

Essays

Water, sand, and societal change

What do you know about fluid dynamics? I’ll be honest, my understand is lay at best. But what little I know is still instructive for understanding ~~SOCIETAL CHANGE~~.

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As in restaurants so in news

Notes on dynamic meters

A new type of paywall model is emerging: The dynamic meter.

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Fairmount Park Trolley Trail (history and maps)

Nestled within West Fairmount Park–at times mere feet away from the Schuykill Expressway–there exist the remains of a sprawling and once-vital transportation system of the 20th century.

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On Henri Rousseau, age, and naivety

A 2009 visit to the Barnes Museum in Lower Merion introduced me to Rousseau, whose style I instantly adored and whose story I came to respect.

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