#1

My review of Open Your Heart With Geocaching by Jeannette Cézanne has been published in Blogcritics Magazine. It’s the first book I have read for 2008, and I’m once again gunning for 50 this year. Since I have about four or five review books on deck, it looks like the year will start with a bang. I’m already half-way through #2, so expect more on that soon. Anyway, here’s a snippet of my review:

Cézanne has poured herself and her world into this book. The language is conversational and flows easily from point to point. She approaches geocaching less from the geeky/techie perspective, and more from the outdoor enthusiast perspective. For her, caching is less about the destination as it is about the journey. I think this is a perspective that is often lost amid the crowing and strutting by those who play for the numbers.

origami boulder

Today, a friend sent me a link to the Origami Boulder Company. I find it fascinating that someone is actually making money selling crumpled wads of paper. It doesn’t surprise me that someone would try this business venture, but it does surprise me that anyone would actually pay $10 for it ($15 with haiku). [thanks … Continue reading “origami boulder”

Today, a friend sent me a link to the Origami Boulder Company. I find it fascinating that someone is actually making money selling crumpled wads of paper. It doesn’t surprise me that someone would try this business venture, but it does surprise me that anyone would actually pay $10 for it ($15 with haiku). [thanks aw]