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Casey E. Palmer

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey‘s spent the last few decades in pursuit of creating killer content. From novels as a kid, comics as a teen, to blogs and photos once he could grow a beard, he’ll use whatever’s around him to create amazing stuff.

When he’s not creating, he’s parenting, exploring and trying to make life as awesome as possible for everyone around him.

Because a boring life’s not a life worth living!

The 2010 20K: Day 20 – Staking a Claim on the Internet, Day 2

"The internet is the biggest library in the world with all the books on the floor" This Internet stuff is hard. Doing a search of "casey palmer", this blog doesn't show up until the 10th page on Google. "casey palmer blog", still not until the second. So, it […]

The 2010 20K: Day 17 – Winter Cleanup

It has been brought to my attention that overactivity on certain things may actually HINDER individuals paying attention to my blog posts. Examples: Mafia Wars posts on Facebook – I don't even really play it all that much anymore; it's more or less something I play to pass […]

The 2010 20K: Day 15 – Sometimes the Odds are Against You

http://www.geist.com/contest/6th-annual-geist-literal-literary-postcard-story-contest Oy, what a day. So I tried to enter this contest which needed to have its entries postmarked today, key word being TRIED. Let me tell you alllll about it. So yesterday, I bought a postcard to enter this contest over at Midoco – which is likely […]

The 2010 20K: Day 13 – Reality Blogging

Best idea EVER. Obviously, there’s a ton of reality television out there on the airwaves. It’s really taken off in the last decade as we now sit in front of the TV to see dancers, singers, survivors, people in search of love and people willing to travel, battle […]

The 2010 20K: Day 10 – Things I Won’t Do For Money…

…ESPECIALLY for $55. So after posting yesterday's blog, one of my friends sent me an MSN message with the following enclosed: "Clean my toilets". Thanks, Kev. While this is definitely on the list of things I MIGHT do, there's a caveat. I'd expect the hirer to pay the […]

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