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November 05, 2013


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Part of the "fun" of change is that we do not always know what it is except in hindsight. The Internet Era will be a massive one, but who knows what will last, evolve, or is in the future. Wish I could write a fast post as well you do, Ann! This was really good. Now I shall go back to my coffee...

Michael A. Black

Good job, Ann. The Darwin quote reminded me of the old "Beta or VHS" question. Now both of those are dinosaurs. I'll keep my eyes peeled for an old style tape recorder for you.


Can you imagine a world in which a computer replaces this: http://wordwenches.typepad.com/word_wenches/2013/11/i-cannot-live-without-bookscaraandrea-here-musing-today-about-thomas-jefferson-a-fascinating-renaissance-man.html


Hi Priscilla!
Hope that coffee was good. I do love my coffee maker, which means coffee awaits me, all perked and ready, when I get up in the morning. To think that the process used to involve boiling coffee grounds until strong...
And of course, you're right. The Internet: a historical "flash in the pan" a century from now? I must admit that I personally believe the human race is in for a rough ride re: climate change. Things we take for granted now may look like "magic" in four or five more generations...


Peets... The climate change thing is scary. Historically, these changes brought new diseases, massive agricultural debacles, social upheaveals. And all that from just a few volcanoes going off. Now we are doing it to ourselves!

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