Blog posts have been few and far between the last few weeks. I have been stuck in the “January Doldrums”, that Bermuda Triangle period of time between New Years Day and the “ides” of January. It is a fortnight of “dull”, a two-week long hangover from the holidays. The color and beauty of the holidays are over, and the only reminders of joyous December are the 6 pounds of new “me” hanging over my belt buckle and Aunt Edna’s fruitcake (no, not Uncle Bob). This immortal “confectionery” made it another year uneaten and is now eligible for AARP, and as well as joining cockroaches and Cher as the only things able to survive a nuclear holocaust.
While I'm not big on New Year resolutions; it is a good time to reflect and think about the year that was. When I began this blog last April, I … [Read More...] about Reflections of 2017
I've been in love with technology all my life. For most of my professional career, I've held positions in the technical field. Beginning as a … [Read More...] about Breaking up with Technology; Going Analog in a Digital World