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Welcome to Truck Stop Coffee!
This is my lil' blog where I write about cartooning, writing, jazz, open source, terrible action flicks, and other things that hold my interest.
If you're curious as to who I am and what I'm about (and where you can find these comics of mine) you can check out my About page,
head on over to my main site
or check out the FAQ for some (in)frequently asked questions.
You can also click on over to the Tags page
to check out topics that you might be interested in, view the Photo Roll
for some pretty pictures, or subscribe to my nonsense via RSS.
A couple interesting tags to get you started would be the Radio tag
if you'd like to read about my weekly radio shows, the "Comics" tag
if you want to see some of my books in progress and read my thoughts on the sequential art medium as a whole, "The Finer Things"
if you want to hear my thoughts on music, movies, and more, and "Dog"
if you'd like to see photos of the most majestic dumbass to ever walk this earth.
It's worth noting that this site is always under construction. The beauty of working with hypertext is that everything one puts on a website can be treated as a living digital garden of sorts
, if the author chooses to do so.
I very much enjoy that way of doing things, and while I'll often label posts that I plan on mucking about with in the future as "under construction" (a status that I use the graphic to the left here to indicate), it should be assumed that everything on here is subject to update and change at any time. I view that as a feature, not a bug, and I hope you do too!
Thank you so much for visiting. I'm glad you're here with me today. You're amazing and don't let anyone tell you that you're not.
Have a good one.
First in a series of rambling reviews about records I've listened to, games I've played, books and movies I've enjoyed, and pipe tobaccos I've smoked in the past bit, as well as some sneak peeks at things I'm working on.
I go over our planned programming for my radio show The Jazz Program for the month of February, and talk a bit about how and why I fell in love with jazz--and radio in general--in the first place.
Talking about the new website design, as well as gushing about open source software, going over the nitty gritty in my very ancient writing setup, and musing about why social media isn't working for me anymore.
Some links to cool people you should check out.
For some weird reason, a lot of folks want to know what I look like. This photo roll is for them.