"A sketchbook is a secret thing, a collection of unfinished and often times abandoned ideas never intended for public consumption—at least not in their current state. It’s a private space for honing one’s craft and workshopping, separating good ideas from those best left unexplored." -Brian Heater at The Daily Cross Hatch.

04 May 2011

On Twitter: @coldisthesea

School is winding down, so soon I'll be back in the swing of things with this ever evolving blog.
I've just had my first taste of Twitter "crack" and I'm loving it.
If you want to follow me, I'm @coldisthesea .

Oh yeah. Regarding recent events in the international security environment:
Still lots of work to do, but the sentiment symbolized above goes out to all the people who put in an excruciating amount of hard work to make it happen (I'm mostly referring to the people in the IC who put the pieces together). I'm not a meathead-Republican-frat-boy who was out whooping it up when the news came in (I vote Democrat), but I am someone who lived in NYC for 9 1/2 years leading up to September 11th, 2001. That was a heavy day. And given my travels over the last 10 years, I can guarantee that no one felt it as much as people who lived, worked, commuted, loved and flourished in the immediate area. The events of Monday provided me with a modicum of closure. But like I said...I'm very cognizant there are lots of problems out there yet to deal with.

Anyways. To everyone from the IC to JSOC and anyone else involved, "BZ".