Category: history

Day 195 366

Cleaning out the home office, I found this relic license file delivery mechanism. Its been repurposed as my coffee cup coaster for quite a while. Glad I found it again. I enjoy digging through my technology history.

Read more Day 195 366

Day 163 366

In these bizarre times, we automagically go from lock down to moderate risk, yet the COVID infection rates continue to climb. Taking a risk, supporting local economy, we went to steak night at one of our favorites. Great talking to old friends we haven’t seen in months. Great to just get out and about. Best,…

Read more Day 163 366

Day 162 366

We have been voting by mail for years if we want to. We can vote in-person if you want. Yet according some media reports, this causes the end of the world. Well, at least the end of the US (because, you know, the world revolves around us </sarcasm>). In actuality, the opposite of anti-factually, erasing…

Read more Day 162 366

Day 116 366

This is a picture of my first air travel for the year. Terminal A, Denver International. Empty. The flight had 51 passengers on a plane that normally carries 120. Odd days indeed. Stay safe everyone.

Read more Day 116 366

Day 91 366

This cross post brought to you by the letter A for ads, B for beer, C for the color orange … I never look at the grocery store ads that come in the mail. Starting my third month of quarantine, I’m starting to read everything … for variety, and that boredom is setting in. What…

Read more Day 91 366