NOTE: the project listed here is now live and has its own website. Thank you! My readers either went to bed last night or woke up to news about the transition of government in my country. We have a new president-elect and Congress that are all from the same party for the first time in… Continue reading Introducing The #MarriageMilitia Project
Plenty going on around here since my last post about the Kickstarter campaign. Incidentally, if you missed the campaign but you’d still like to get in on campaign-packaged perks before the Daybook release, there’s now a website for that. I’ve also been posting to my religious blog, which has a new URL (the old one… Continue reading News and new posts and websites, oh my!
This afternoon, while I was waiting for the boiler work to be completed and taking my lunch in the dining room, I grabbed a magazine from the top of a box that was gifted to me by the widow of my first mentor in Egyptology, Frank J. Yurco. The cover of the November 1970 issue… Continue reading “Habeas Data” and 1970s thoughts about our computing future
I mention this event briefly in Haitian Vodou: An Introduction to Haiti’s Indigenous Spiritual Tradition, but it deserves far more space and publicity than it received there. Most people living in the Western world, when asked about genocide, immediately think of the Holocaust (HaShoah), or perhaps more recent “ethnic cleansing” campaigns carried out in various… Continue reading Remembering the Cutting – 1937’s “Parsley Massacre”
Much as I’d rather not post about politics all the time, obviously this is not something I could ignore, especially after I said something about 9/11 that ended up in a book about the subject. You can read the post here, on my Kemetic Orthodox blog. Right now, I’m just wrestling with my thoughts. I’m… Continue reading Kemet Today post on Osama bin Laden