The other day I stumbled across an old blog of mine from 2003. It was a bit of a time capsule. Which is rather cool. I can remember what I was up to, uh, a lot of years ago. It also started me thinking a bit about content ownership and where I share things online¹. Continue reading “On Content Ownership”
They were in a real mess. Again. Yes, it seemed they were always in one scrape or another, but W’sn thought this was a particularly bad one. Continue reading “The Corgian Escape”
“Then I crushed the creature’s skull within the palm of my hand!” The giant man cheered, all his fellow inebriated has-beens grunted their approval. Continue reading “Travails of a Monster Hero”
This island is afloat. Attached to no land mass, it drifts as it pleases. Going whichever way the tide takes it. Continue reading “Serenity Island (Time Expired)”
Dr. Dirk Rigger stood on the deck and looked over the railing at the crashing waves below.
Continue reading “There’s No Reasoning with Aliens”
You think you know something, but then the universe just has to prove you wrong. Heb’beth thought as she headed to the Grand Archive’s refreshment area for a well deserved break.
Continue reading “The Grand Archive Adventure”
There once was a lumberjack named Jack Lumber. He was the best lumberjack ever — And he knew it.
Continue reading “BJ and The Bear”
Jarec, the ship’s pilot, looked over to his first-mate. “Things aren’t looking so good, pal.”
Frougierre looked back at him, his amphibious eyes watery with emotion. Continue reading “The Last Stand”
You pull up to the scene of the crime with Bill, your partner.
“Wow, looks like a bull in a china shop.” Bill said as he stepped out of the car. “But I guess that’s better than a porcupine in a condom store.”
“Yeah, you’re a real wise-acre. Now shut up.” You say. Continue reading “Choose Your Doom”
My name is Marc Munz, and I am a time traveller.
But, that’s not such a big feat, really. Time travel is so commonplace that it’s mundane. We all travel through time, every day of our lives. Each tick taking us further forward in time. Forward being the key. Moving backwards is basically impossible. But who cares? Only history lies that way. The future holds pure potential. Continue reading “A Future Unexpected”