I love strong coffee and a buttery chardonnay.
I see myself as a writer, a decent photographer, and a good painter. I am now teaching myself oil painting.
I am curious and am attracted to other curious people who stimulate that curiosity in some way.
My last place of employment was at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in the Fall of 2014. There, I co-instructed a class called Critical and Analytical Thinking, a first-year mandatory class that sought to develop better thinking and writing skills. Alas, the Class of 2015 did not like being asked to write on a weekly basis; the faculty caved and canned the five-year-old program. Boo hoo!
I finished my Master’s thesis on WG Sebald’s Austerlitz in 2014. If you have any questions about Sebald or are interested in his work, please feel free to comment on the blog. I will get back to you.
My cable television show can be accessed at www.whhs.com. It is called The Washington Hospital Experience. Just scroll to the bottom of the home page. I don’t write the script, am not allowed to ad lib, and cannot inject any humor, so in truth… The show is as dry as Melba toast.
WHHS is missing an opportunity to do something BIG.
So, there you have it!