My infant Mac is dead. Something wrong with backlight, I think. AppleCare says I have to bring it in for service. Expensive paperweight.
A thought-provoking piece by Jim Moore on the Clark bid for 2004.
The air is cool and crisp. Not a cloud in the sky. A perfect Fall day in Boston.
Tonight at Philip’s (happy birthday!) my wife and I learned how to play Eleusis. The gist is that you try to identify a pattern in the sequence of legal and illegal cards played by the participants. The rules for legality vary from deck to deck and are decided by a designated player that rotates. There’s an elaborate scoring system but to a newbie most of the fun was figuring out the pattern. It was oh so stimulating. Especially because I can’t remember the last time I played cards.
Thank you mom (mine, in from Chicago) for babysitting!
I’m showing my friend Vadim how I can post to my weblog using a desktop editor called w.bloggar.
Dave: “The music industry is insisting on a moral principle that they don’t hold themselves to, that musicians should be paid for their work.”