Monthly Archives: July 2018

It’s that time of year

Back to school shopping. I know I don’t have school-age children but this is the time when I buy all my multi-colored pens for editing. Yes, I do at least 2 edits on paper. The purple ones are used first, … Continue reading

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Speak up

Like many people, I have my phone synced to my husband’s car. Primarily this is to listen to the music I like while driving. But, it also comes in handy when using the gps/google maps app on my iPhone to … Continue reading

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Great Expectations

I watched 2 pieces on Netflix the other day. One was a short, part of a Halloween series, dedicated to the horror genre. The other was a murder mystery set in Victorian London about a serial killer and the marginalized … Continue reading

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Friday Futurecast: Human Labor, part 2

Last week, I talked about the machines taking over and humans being paid to keep out of business. This week is the other side of that coin. I’m talking microbusiness. Each business in a community supports that community. No more … Continue reading

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Heading out

I’m never sure if preparing for a vacation or returning from a vacation, makes work seem like so much work. There is the anticipation of the vacation when I am master of my time. And let’s not rule out sleep. … Continue reading

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Pooling together

Last monday, there was a storm. And dust and leaves filled my pool. On Tuesday, I was outside at 4am vacuuming and backwashing and emptying the pump basket. On Wednesday, another storm blew in. Lots of rain (yay!) and leaves … Continue reading

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Friday Futurecast: Human Labor (part 1)

Technology usually makes our life easier and more efficient. But there’s no doubt that it is also taking human jobs. Let’s face it when the only thing that matters is the bottom line-a robotic system that can work 24/7/365, that doesn’t … Continue reading

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