When things never stop moving, there’s an iPhone app for that.
Required prerequisite for fiction writers: Embrace your dual gifts.
How does a beloved Austin music icon thrive for 25 years in a city on growth steroids?
Photos of dogs and cats online are the internet’s joke to self. Except when the pet’s your own.
It sways, it shimmers, it makes a magnetic shape-shifting tableau against a darkening summer sky.
Early morning light has its devotees, but requires an exacting price. Is the coffee on yet?
The sometimes mysterious behavior of flora we admire is hidden from view.
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Take a walk and keep your iPhone handy, because there’s always another picture around the bend.
Not every photograph can be a masterpiece. Sometimes marking the memory is enough.
You can express yourself much more elegantly, and much less violently, with some alternatives to an antiquated idiom.
Set your speed at 65 mph and take aim with your iPhone. Professional drivers only.
Life is fleeting; for its most ephemeral moments, we have our iPhones.
Leading authorities trust their words to none other than the Writing-In-Sight typewriter.
Letting go encourages good habits because it creates space for so much creative abundance to move in.