My name is Mark Kaplowitz. I wrote all the posts on this site. This page used to contain a witty blurb about my life and how I started this blog. But I just read it out loud for the first time in years, and it wasn’t all that witty, so I cut it. You’ll have to imagine my real life, unless you actually know me. And in that case I am sorry.
So there’s really not much to say here, except maybe to add a little commentary. For example, WordPress selected the following three posts to be Freshly Pressed:
Remember When Cameras Used Film? (1/19/2011)
These and some of my other posts are available in a short ebook that I published on Amazon, When Cameras Used Film. Or you can read them all here.
I also wrote a guest post about Z. Cavaricci pants for Clay Morgan’s The Life and Times of Gen X. And I wrote “My First Grade Teacher Must Have Had Stock in Crayola” for Renée Schuls-Jacobson’s Lessons From Teachers and Twits.
Thank you for stopping by.