Tag Archives: blogging

I Broke My Site

Well, it looks like I broke RickHorowitz — my website, anyway. At least, I broke the “slideshow” function at the top of the page. You’re probably tired of hearing me say this (you who might have found this blog via some Google search and then started reading several of the articles, even though the site […]

Angst & One Lawyer's Personal Blog

Maintaining a “personal” blog has been an ongoing source of angst for me.  I (mostly) enjoy writing.  I’ve intermittently kept journals for years, although not-so-much in the last 10 years; my journaling these days is spotty, at best, and for reasons similar to those I anguish over regarding maintaining a personal blog.

Elsewhere, I'm Busily Blogging

Sometimes I wonder if it’s wise of me to try to maintain so many interests and, in particular, so many blogs.  This blog and website, of course, I consider my “personal” blog.  Most of my blogging, however, is done elsewhere, on my professional blogs. Recently, I’ve been much concerned about issues of personal freedom, the […]

RickHorowitz.com

RickHorowitz.com exists as a kind of “umbrella site” to tie together and showcase my various websites, interests and activities.  You may not care much about these things, and that’s fine by me.  I built this site primarily “because I can” and I wanted another website challenge. Here you’ll find information about and links to other […]

Unspun™

Unspun™ started around 2003 as a blog where I could react to the increasingly conservative “spin” on the news which now has become almost self-parody at Faux News. From 2003 to 2008, Unspun™ functioned as my “personal blog,” distinct from various “professional blogs” I kept for businesses like TechStop™. With the advent of RickHorowitz.com, I now intend to have Unspun™ focus more carefully on political and social commentary.