April 30, 2010


By Jay Thompson

G and I went for pho then walked through Judkins Park, the post-war craftsman neighborhood facing Mount Rainier that’s now Seattle’s Vietnamese and Ethiopian heart– travel agents, realtors; smell of […]

March 15, 2010

Friend Me

By Jay Thompson

Other than that I, and statistically, you (450 million, my dear legion), love it, what’s the point of Facebook? Seven-ish years after their founding, four after their explosion, social networking […]

March 9, 2010

An All-Expenses-Paid Ontological Vocation

By Jay Thompson

We teachers decided to meet every week where we could get noodle soup, squaring gastrological needs with intellectual. We’d met to read and talk about Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the […]