Archive for November, 2008

I thought I would take a few minutes to let you know which of your suggested book titles I like best. My four current favorites are: Enter the Internet. The impression I get from this title is that things were going along a certain way, and then the Internet came along and changed everything — […]

Last week the major event for me was the election, which I followed very carefully because my man wasn’t winning. It was certainly a spectacle and I’m glad it’s over. I wish Obama well, as do all of you — he’s got his work cut out for him since the country’s problems seem to be […]

My first observation for today is that we have a lot of people looking at the blog, but not a lot of people commenting. Maybe we can do something about that today. Last week was a moderately eventful week for me. In addition to my usual meetings at Cave Street, I went boating with my […]

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