Matte Elsbernd web publisher. writer. photographer. 28 years experience.
Writing is one of those things we all do, often on a daily basis, whether it's a grocery list or an email to a friend. Rarely do we take the time to step back and realize what we're doing. To notice that reflecting on the words we use, the images we create - all of that matters just as much for a note to take out the trash as it does next generation's literature.
I haven't written as much or as often as I'd like. And so far, my writing is underrepresented online. So enjoy these aged nuggets and return periodically for something new.
Some Writings
Etiquette at Dig Sites: 1. Always wear a coat & tie when meeting the head archaeologist at any dig. If you are the head archaeologist, always wear underwear and a bolo tie.

2. If you are invited to pick up a hammer and join in the dig, do not proceed to practice the lessons from The Karate Kid.

3. When a wishbone is found DO NOT think it is good luck to break it. No matter which half you get, you'll have lost. But it is okay to wear skulls on your head like masks.

excerpt from Society of Postmodern Archaeologists
> Alphabet Stew
> American Freak Show
> Anyways...*
> apocalypse
> Behind the Firm List Blog
> Bloom
> The Burroughs Proceedings
> Death of a Moth
> No More Web*
> (Not So) Used Ideas
> Society of Postmodern Archaeologists*
> Talking : The Dialogue Series
> Waking Up To Find You're Still Dreaming
> Words Never Spoken
* indicates archived project (frozen in time with no future additions)
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