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My website is finally up and this blog has migrated permanently to it’s new home: http://www.rashidajsmith.com The move has been a long time coming, and partially responsible for the drop off in recent posts. Please update your bookmarks, and stop … Continue reading
One of the thing I look forward to in the writing world is award nomination season. Not because I have anything up for an award, but because award nominees are a great source for replenishing/refreshing the reading list. Depending on … Continue reading
Nathan Chan earns himself an iPhone case for an impromptu rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” at an Apple store. Not too shabby….
Remember my “skin orgasms” post? Music and the effects on our physical and emotional bodies is anecdotally profound and just being understood by the scientific community. Sounds like the kids at MIT are also interested in the scientific study of … Continue reading
Here’s my favorite song off the new album “Into the Trees” which always makes me think of galloping horses. a herd of galloping horses, to be specific. Note I’m leaving out the bit about the sunset. That might be too … Continue reading
In case you were wondering how cellos come into the world (and no, there is no stork involved) here’s an incredible photo series collected by John Bartlett chronicling the progression of a cello from the raw materials to the hands … Continue reading