Henry Rollins Rocks

On Monday I had the opportunity to interview one of my idols.Henry Rollins has got a photo book (Occupants) coming out in October. And while there's nothing gay about it, he's long been a supporter of human rights of all kind and has spoken out on behalf of the gay community many, many times, so I f ...
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Taking LGBT Off the Menu

Refer to me as a member of the LGBT community and I will probably correct you. Tell me I'm part of a bigger group with even more letters (LGBTQIA, etc.) and I'll likely cringe. I am a gay man, and as far as I'm concerned that's a perfectly good label.Why?Because I'm not a lesbian, a transgender, or ...
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A Rant About Censorship

Sometimes I give myself assignments, and today’s was to write something about censorship.Censorship is the editing, removing, or otherwise changing of ideas or human expression. Censors try to use the power of the state to impose their views of what is truthful and appropriate, or offensive and ob ...
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Onzo vs. YourEyes: Knowledge is Power

As people become more and more aware their carbon footprint, it seems there are more and more gadgets promising to help reduce them. Like the new Onzo. This handy tool from the UK, often referred to as the "dashboard for your home," gathers data on your electricity use and helps you to determine you ...
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Celebrity PDG: Public Display of Greenness

How sincere is celebrity PDG? This is a question posed by Gina Piccalo in an L.A. Times article analyzing the recent attacks on Hollywood's greenest celebrities.Celebrity media lynching is nothing new. But what still shocks me is the fact that the revelations revealed by these press onslaughts are s ...
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