friendsI do have lots of friends - but most of them don't have staked-out web presences. The friends that do, I acknowledge here (if only to boost their weblink count). If you are a long-standing friend of mine and would like to be included on this page, contact me.
Here are some personal homepages of friends, in alphabetical order:
- Aya is a good friend from my grad school days, and now a radiologist at Stanford; her minimalist homepage is under construction. (She does have a last name - but her popularity demands she keep it to herself.)
- Jen Bell is an old friend from college who now produces erotic film for women.
- Andy Brownstein is an elementary-school friend - an actor, journalist, and funny funny guy.
- John Ducey and I did theater together in college; his site is a fascinating, detailed glimpse into the life of an LA actor. He blogged his career years before there was a name for it.
- Jessica Garrett is a grad school friend who is now an academic coach. May she find the vegan non-spoiling creamer she seeks!
- Ian Lithgow is a college friend who recently, to my great surprise, joined me here in Buffalo. He's a certified counselor, and an actor on the side.
- Heather McEntarfer, a coworker, would probably be mortified to discover I was linking to her site - which makes it kinda funnier.
- Steve Meyers is one of my oldest friends, from grade school and high school. He was one of the good guys at Enron ...
- Linda Perlstein is also a friend since grade school. She's a former education correspondent for the Washington Post, and now an impressively prolific author.
- Andy Sernovitz is another high school friend now doing exciting things with word-of-mouth marketing, consulting, and his son, Charles Darwin Grisham Sernovitz.
- Aaron Ximm is another old high school friend who keeps me weird and does interesting things with sound. (Yeah, I still keep up with lots of high school friends.)
- Aaron is married to Bronwyn Ximm, who discusses how to be socially aware in your consuming at her blog, Wallet Mouth.
- Daily akrasia waxes sometimes philosophic, sometimes acerbic, and often both.
- Palantir is often philosophical, in some contrast to his brain-slurping roommate, Grak.
- Bullitt's Bros only goes to philosophy for the joke.