Bob Wiseman

A blinking biped in the age old tradition of song and dance.

Favourite thing learned in physics was the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. The tools used to measure subatomic particles alters their state which means every conclusion measured is inaccurate.  When in a […]

At Outro school they teach how to fade, how to add strings or turn a chorus into an anthem. The least popular course is taught by an old New York […]

In the 80s I was in England a few times with Blue Rodeo and spent the afternoons sight seeing, trying to find healthier food and checking out museums. At one […]

Someone asked where I’m at with my piano and I realized the answer is more about where I’m at with my brain. What interests me most stems from thoughts about […]

I woke up the other day with Island Girl by Elton John stuck in my head. Have no idea who arranged this punishment. Best not to think too much about […]

I am positioned these days to endure much pop radio since my associate in the back, the one occupying the child-seat, directs the radio preferences. I found it hard to […]

There is a line of thought out there that says everything is actually perfect. Like just as it is perfect for the grass to re-emerge from the frozen ground, just […]