Crossing the digital bridge

From the time when I first read Dr. Seuss as a child, I’ve always enjoyed the experience of books: acquiring them, reading them, telling others about them, and giving them away to others. Just last week I loaned out my long-ignored but recently-read copy of W.P, Kinsella’s Shoeless Joe. The printed and bound word hasContinue reading “Crossing the digital bridge”

Reading the source material

A couple of days ago, I wrote about how I had finally, after several years of avoiding it, started to readĀ W.P. Kinsella‘s novel Shoeless Joe. I knew that it had been the basis for the movie Field of Dreams, and figured that if I liked the movie as much as I do, that the bookContinue reading “Reading the source material”

A double play of art and baseball

My favorite movie, hands down, is Field of Dreams. As a baseball fan, I suppose that makes sense. But it’s really not about the game on the diamond, as much as it is about having a love for the game, and what it represents. It’s the kind of movie that, if you buy into theContinue reading “A double play of art and baseball”