Summer Saturday. Errands, and more errands. Chores. When’s the week start, so I can relax?
A DVD matinée. Very little time to blog. Ouch.
So, back into the archives yet again.
I console myself by guessing that most of you weren’t here nine months ago. As one of my favorite paper publications used to say: “If you haven’t read it yet, it’s new for you!”
Blast from the Past!
A post we really, really loved to write, and read, and re-read…
From last fall, and always in season, originally posted October 11, 2007, and originally titled “mm167: Writer’s Diarrhea.”
… is the opposite of writer’s block, right?
So another blog about blogging. Why bother? Take two Imodium and call me in the morning.
There’s never a lack of news and features to write about. Although, today…
There are frequently referenced topics in this space that could stand another post, MUDGE: web conferencing, our latest profession.
Or, the odd current interest (some of you must feel) in UAVs: unmanned aerial vehicles or, robot aircraft.
Or, politics: impeachment (first Cheney, then Bush); Michael Bloomberg; this horribly mismanaged war.
Or, air travel, probably our most popular topic (thanks, Patrick Smith [who actually noticed and commented on one of our several references to his wonderful column — talk about finding a plankton in the Pacific]!).
Or, technology, especially One Laptop Per Child, a wonderful initiative deserving of everyone’s support.
But not today.
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