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The magic button — Make Everything OK

“JL8” is a side project of “Gifted” creator Yale Stewart. A weekly webcomic, it follows the adventures of popular DC comic characters as children in elementary school. Mostly funny, with a dash of pathos, it should be an enjoyable read for any fans of DC Comics characters as well as people who enjoy the traditional syndicated comic strip.

Human Jukebox: Donations as votes. A fun and democratic way for street musicians to receive money.

Seaquence is an experiment in musical composition. Adopting a biological metaphor, you can create and combine musical lifeforms resulting in an organic, dynamic composition.

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Do you have some wisdom now that you’d like to impart on your future self?


Hipster Dog

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I’m not sure who this cat is, but I don’t recommend that you get on his bad side. He’s like “Dirty Harry the Cat” or some Eastwood-esque wander who comes to town on a white…unicorn…

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Back to the Future

April 2, 2014 — Leave a comment


I am a child of the 80’s.

We are talking “The Karate Kid” with Ralph Macchio.

U2, MTV, New Wave, Top Gun, Denim Jackets, etc. All the stuff that’s popular again now…

I loved growing up in what is now called “GenerationX”.

But I’m also finding that it’s weird sometimes to be between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials. Two groups who could not be any more different. I have the cool decade to grow up in, but as a parent, I’m worried about what kind of world my kids will have.

I have other questions…at what point is Billy Idol going to seem as ancient as Buddy Holly and Elvis? I mean, at least my generation had color t.v. and cable. And we had amazing bands that my kids and I love now! I never would of imagined that my oldest son and I would both have a love for U.2.

It’s strange to try to conceptualize what kind of grandfather I would be. Sometimes in my head it’s like “Back to the Future II” where Marty goes forward.