Thursday, April 2, 2015

editorial insert

When you're driving you've got a map, spreadable or digital, print or spoken in early 21st century gps dialect; you've got the people you meet along the way in hotels, restaurants, bars, and many other places, people who you not only greet but engage in conversation/s with, perhaps exchanging biographies, and then you click and favorite places are shared, photographs produced, stories told; and if you're fortunate you will also get a deeper glimpse of that person, work (in all its many forms) shared.

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