Eric Carlson

Copywriter and Content Strategist

Writing, in many ways, is a reflection of life, and its power rests in its ability to inspire people to think and live differently. I would like to harness that power, diving headfirst into the world of communication and ideas in order to connect myself and others with the world we live in.

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The 2018 ALA Conference Comes to New Orleans | Expak Logistics

If you're a library looking for a delivery solution, Expak would love to help. Please contact us to find out how we can offer you a low cost solution that will improve your...

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Why You Should Implement Daylight Harvesting

Daylight Harvesting is one of the most exciting and innovative fields in sustainable lighting design for buildings. If you're not familiar with the term and are interested in...

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The Future of Lighting: Controls and Sensors

The world of lighting has been changing rapidly in the past few years. LED technology has made leaps and bounds in its effectiveness and applications, offering homeowners and...


Bahamas - "Earthtones" review - LemonWire

Rating: 8.1/10 On his new album "Earthtones," Toronto musician Afie Jurvanen has fully embraced his soft rock roots, crafting a tight, spacious album that finds the musician at...


Thom Yorke and Hans Zimmer transform "Bloom" for Blue Planet II - LemonWire

Thom Yorke and Radiohead have teamed up with composer Hans Zimmer to rethink one of the band's songs. They've taken "Bloom" from Radiohead's release "The King of Limbs" and...


Kamasi Washington "Harmony of Difference" EP review - LemonWire

Rating: 9/10 Saxophonist and composer Kamasi Washington has been slowly cementing himself as the harbinger of all things righteous and groovy in the modern jazz scene. After his...


The National: "Sleep Well Beast" Review - LemonWire

Rating: 8.6/10 On "Sleep Well Beast" we get the pleasure of seeing The National toy with darkness as they expand their sound even further. Returning with their first new album...


Kimbra at the Bluebird: Dancing inside the echoes of R&B - LemonWire

On a warm Tuesday night, as the green growth of spring was just emerging in my great city, I biked through the backstreets of Denver to the Bluebird Theater-a smallish venue...


How Music Affects Our Lives

"Without music, life would be a mistake." - Friedrich Nietzsche You're rolling down the interstate in your car, early morning. The radio's on, and suddenly the song changes from...


Sondre Lerche "Pleasure" Album Review

Rating: 8/10 Sondre Lerche, sometimes jazz crooner and pop innovator, has laid his heart bare throughout his career. His personal lyrics and experimental yet accessible sound...


Bing and Ruth: "No Home of the Mind" Album Review

When it comes to describing Bing and Ruth's new album, "No Home of the Mind," one must first abandon the usual vernacular that comes with pop music. Terms like melody, solo, and...


Experience a Brighter Home with Automated Lighting Systems | Homewerks Worldwide

Lighting has a huge impact on the average person's life. With the flick of a switch you can transform a room from darkness into a bath of warm light, giving you the ability to...

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We Will Meet Again

A short story about an aging jazz drummer dealing with memories, loss, and the rhythm of life.


Cool Tech Gadgets for Mom This Holiday Season | Homewerks Worldwide

Let's face it, mom deserves something nice for the holidays. She has worked hard raising you, cleaning up your messes and running a household, and now is your chance to give...


Top 5 Holiday Gadgets for Dad | Homewerks Worldwide

So, it's Christmas time and yet again you've forgotten to buy your dad that thoughtful and clever gift you've always meant to get for him. During these moments you usually...


Finding Joy with Knoxville Music

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in...


Tree Count

The sky was open and expansive, moving swiftly with the bluster of November weather as I stared vacantly upwards from my place on this Earth; two feet on concrete behind a red...