Tag Archives: Brent Mydland

Remembering John Perry Barlow

It was John Perry Barlow’s birthday on Thursday— his first one since dying earlier this year. Some might consider this post would have been more timely if posted two days ago, but I kinda figure death eliminates time entirely, especially … Continue reading

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“Let the words be yours — I’m done with mine.”

A modern American hero died this week — farewell to John Perry Barlow: poet, essayist, cyber-libertarian, song lyricist, cattle rancher and all-around amazing adult. I’d rather not try to write any more words about such an incredible writer. There are … Continue reading

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Brent and Beyond — “Give it just a minute and it will blow away…”

Part 7 of my long strange trip to the Grateful Dead’s 50th Anniversary “Fare Thee Well” 1989 My work finally approved an out of town conference request for me, and I was headed out to San Francisco for the ITVA … Continue reading

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