July 2018 Media Diet

These are all the things that I consumed media wise in July. The World Cup – 5/5. There were so many great games. So many upsets. Star Trek: Voyager – 4/5. We started in April and finally finished. I haven’t connected with the characters as well as I did in TNG and DS9 but it’s still […]

Why Co-Ed Sports Leagues Are Never Really Co-Ed

Co-ed social sports leagues aren’t really co-ed. They’re men’s leagues, where women are required to be present for the game to happen. From Why Co-Ed Sports Leagues Are Never Really Co-Ed I play in two sports leagues–one kickball league and one softball league. They both have gender ratios that you need to maintain on field […]

On Eating Meat

As humans gain an ever-increasing understanding of animals’ ability to [think, feel, and experience pain], many of us are asking whether eating meat is morally acceptable. From Thoughts on the family dog and eating meat Eating meat has really been weighing on me lately. I love meat, I don’t think I could ever slide into […]

DSLR vs Mirrorless cameras

DSLR vs mirrorless cameras: How do they compare in 2018? Mirrorless cameras have been around for almost a decade now, and in that time they’ve changed in countless ways. While some of the designs many have stayed constant, the extent to which these models are more capable for a broader range of tasks means that […]