Monthly Archives: August 2016

College weather

I’m looking out my window at the beautiful day today, and it’s killing me. I’ve been out there already at lunchtime, but still I’m drawn outside. The sky is blue with fluffy clouds, it’s only about 80° out, and the … Continue reading

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Of man and machine

As a sci-fi reader, and writer, I’m fascinated by some technologies that appear to be on the horizon—maybe distantly, but then it’s surprising how fast science fiction tends to become reality in the least expected ways. I didn’t think self-driving … Continue reading

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Chapter names

I name chapters when I write. I know authors have different opinions on this and different styles, and I confess I’m rather curious what makes people choose one way or the other. For me, while it’s my preferred style it’s … Continue reading

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Bested by the stairs

My wife and I are both tremendous klutzes. We’ve both had a few moments over the last 8½ years where we stumbled a little on the stairs. But until recently, neither of us either fell down them properly. A week … Continue reading

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