JWDailies 05-03-2021

Song of the day: “After the Love is Gone” by Paul Carrack. Poem of the day: “Rockall” by Epes Sargent. Fact of the day: A history of citing your sources (and these days, your inspiration). Learned one thing today: Uncertainty about the future of working from home is being to resolve itself — Yes, there … Read more

JWDailies 05-01-2021

Song of the day: “Dancin’ Shaggin’ on the Boulevard” by Alabama. Poem of the day: “Drinking Cold Water” by Peter Everwine. Fact of the day: A history of the office, with some reminders about all of the awful things that so many of us are suddenly, and surprisingly, so interested in returning to. Learned one … Read more

JWDailies 04-30-2021

Song of the day: “If You Could Read My Mind” by Gordon Lightfoot, as broken down by Rick Beato. Great explanation of how this song works. A musician’s musician — widely repected by his peers as the best of them all. Poem of the day: “Route Six” by Stanley Kunitz. Fact of the day: Has … Read more

JWDailies 03-19-2021

Song of the day: “Detox Bracelet” by Randall Bramblett. A beautiful song of hope and love and rebirth. It’s the same for Warren Zevon in “Detox Mansion,” but done by Zevon with a little more of his trademark sneer. Poem of the day: “Miranda of the Sorrows” by Richard Shelton. Okay, poetry links are often … Read more

JWDailies 03-15-2021

Song of the day: “When I Get This Feeling” by Ural Thomas and the Pain. Poem of the day: “In a U-Haul North of Damascus” by David Bottoms. Fact of the day: CEOs make more money and wield more power, but the responsibilities take a measurable and visible toll on the health of CEOs. Learned … Read more