Today is Indigenous People’S Day, a day to celebrate and remember the culture and contributions of Native Americans. We also must remember the struggle and hardship Native Americans have had to endure. For today, I recommend people read Noe Alvarez’s book, Spirit Run. In it he shares what it is like growing up and living... Continue Reading →
Death Anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe
“Lord help my poor soul” (alleged last words of Edgar Allan Poe). Yesterday (10/7) marked the 173 year anniversary of Poe’s death. He has shaped my life in many ways. It’s because of him I fell in love with the study of literature and focused on it in college. May his writings continue to live... Continue Reading →
Day 3 of 31 Days of Halloween
In honor of Halloween, one of my book clubs decided to read The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. I recommend it. It is good and a quick read. More on the suspense side than horror.
Curren Read (Day 22 of Museum 30 Challenge)
I have so many books that I have to keep books related to computing history at work. Unfortunately I am not currently reading anything about computing history but looking forward to changing that!
The Power of Reading
The past week saw #WorldLiteracyDay and #ReadABook trended on social media platforms. I'm always happy when reading gets some love from the masses! Literacy has been a special cause to my heart. Reading has been a part of me since I was young and I can't remember a time when I didn't love to read.... Continue Reading →