Blogging may be light–I moved to southeast Florida just in time to have a hurricane pointed straight at me (don’t know how long that link will be informative…). Out looking for storm shutters (or plywood) for the sliding-glass doors.
Probably until Monday, unless I check in from a wireless truck stop. I’m heading off to Florida from California.
Enjoy the convention.
At least until I can get the house ready to rent and head to Florida.
I didn’t get away as soon as I expected to, and hit some of the traffic coming back from Vegas. Perhaps more conference thoughts manana.
I’m off to the conference. I may post from there, but if not, I’ll be back Sunday evening.
The flight went as well as a red eye can, but I’m suffering from ASDD (Adult Sleep Deficit Disorder). As you can see, sometime this morning, the phone company fixed the line, and we now have not only voice, but a reasonable high-speed DSL connection.
Well, I see that Andrew has gone off on vacation without my permission. He can be sure that I’ll dock his pay nonetheless. Either that, or I may double it. Either way, his bank account won’t know the difference.
His only way out of this impotent punishment will be to provide some interesting posts on his visit to Woods Hole.
It’s particularly annoying because I’m too busy to post as well. I’m busy conjuring up affordable and sustainable architectures for exploring the solar system, made all the more difficult by innumerable (and probably incommensurable) political constraints. While I’m doing this more than full time, I’m also trying to get the California house ready to rent, and I’m going down to Florida in a couple days to help Patricia (who I haven’t seen since the beginning of the month) continue to unpack there and get the house ready to live in.
I’ll try to get up a post or two up in the next couple days, nonetheless. In the meantime, go over to Hobbyspace and RLV News (which still needs a new name), where Clark Lindsey always seems to have enough time to check out what’s going on.
I’ve run a half-staff flag at the site for the past week. I’m removing it now, it being a week since the (physical) passing of President Reagan.
If one mourns too long, the mourning loses significance. It’s time to just remember, move on, and continue to build the city on the hill that he envisioned.