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“Academia” – the infographic

Posted on August 18, 2011

From time-to-time, people ask me why I'm not in grad-school chasing a PHD with my ideas and interest in history:

Academia Infographic

Listening to my friends' stories of the gauntlet they're stuck in, I think I'm happy still enjoying my knowledge and making art. If you've got $60-grand to spot me, I'm might take the plunge someday 😛


Lesson in random etiquette #924: Never ask a student how grad-school is going unless you are paying for it.


Chernobyl +25 follow-up

Posted on April 14, 2011

Group Photo

A grand thank you to the 100+ people who could make it to the
Chernobyl +25 opening at the Ukrainian National Museum!

The exhibit will be on display thru May for those who missed it.

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Solidarity and solace in a shared space and time is a rare confluence.

An understanding of the power of technology and living with the consequences.

Prometheus scorned: Fukushima and Chernobyl in the aether.

The Japanese and Ukrainian American communities are more similar than I'd ever thought possible.

It's nights like these that give me the strength to believe in humanity's chance
of creating a better world rather than tearing it down piece by piece.

For those interested in learning even more about the Chernobyl incident, a FREE presentation and documentary will be premiering here in Chicago on 4.28.11 at the Chicago Cultural Center:

Chornobyl 25 Memorial

Event Homepage


Chernobyl +25 photos:

Ukrainian National Museum


The Physicist

The Philosopher

The Documentarian


The Japanese Contingent

Group Photo


Palliativity 106: Medicated

Posted on November 18, 2010

Medicated : one week


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