How can a book that once seemed so smart now seem so far out of step? I puzzle over this as I revisit Kevin Kelly’s What Technology Wants


I’m thinking about trying to use Twitter again. The challenge is to minimize its toxicity. Twitter Experiments


Twitter Experiments

I’m thinking about trying to use Twitter again. The challenge is to minimize its toxicity. Here are the steps I’ve taken. I deleted all my old Tweets. From now on, tweets will live up on Twitter for 30 days, and after then be deleted. There is an archive of my writing at 500Words and I can be found on Micro.blog as well. I unfollowed anybody I would rather not hear from, even if they follow me back.

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I like this way of looking at things: Bookshelves. Thanks @manton. And the drab and drop from Finder worked perfectly.


Multnomah Falls on the Columbia River. Oregon.


No one knows where the giant parrots come from. Rumor has it they fly up from Mexico. Urban legend has it that there was a fire in a pet shop and they escaped. They are increasing in number. Some mornings their loud cries fill the air.


Hey friends, what’s the collective wisdom on VPNs? Is Mozilla’s any good? Other suggestions?


Currently reading: The Left Hand of Darkness: 50th Anniversary Edition (Ace Science Fiction) by Ursula K. Le Guin 📚


My goal in tennis and life is to be polite like Rund, not rude like Rune.


From Blue Bottle. Very good. I don’t have to qualify by saying “good, for decaf.” It’s just very good.


Take care of each other.

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