Monthly Archives: February 2020

Back to the Drawing, er, Doodling Board

In two weeks, I’ll be back in Austin ready to return to the “Land of A-Ha’s,” the SXSW Edu conference. I’ve been looking at the schedule and selecting some favorites to attend. As I thought back on prior years, I … Continue reading

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The Future is Now — 3D-Printed Houses

I love the future! It’s always out there, unfolding endlessly in front of us. And I love science fiction — especially when we get to see it turned into science fact, from space travel to organ transplants to artificial intelligence. … Continue reading

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Songs of Will T. Massey — “Roses as You Go”

From an unreleased recording, one of a collection Will was planning to release that he planned to call, “iPhone.” Here’s the email he sent it with: “Sending this out to handful of friends. ‘The Weathering,’ a big record for me, … Continue reading

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“American Progress” circa 1900

My grandfather, G.M.C. Massey, was proud of his 19th century rural education even before he became a teacher.  I have posted numerous other entries about both his schooling and his days as a schoolteacher. Editor’s note: He erroneously attributes a … Continue reading

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Tickets to Tuna, Texas

I’m definitely old school — I save ticket stubs. Old ticket stubs collected in a shoe box are a treasure trove of memories. Pick up any ticket from my stashed stacks of old stubs and I can tell you about … Continue reading

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