About Trial of the Century

Media/tech/startup guy, writer, DIY musician, and artist. Here there be random musings, some short fiction, prose, cultural critiques, and pieces of a novel I’m working on.

I believe we’re here to connect to other people and acknowledge the absurdity/terror/joy of the human condition.

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