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Month: December 2018

JONAHmagazine publishes Nine Tons of Rock

JONAHmagazine just published my creative nonfiction story Nine Tons of Rock–a pile of stone, a dream of a lifetime, a wall to build one rock at a time. I’d love for you to read it and tell me what you think. Click through to access the link or copy and paste…

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Player Piano

In Player Piano, Kurt Vonnegut portrayed a vision of a world in which robots make everything. Human beings relegated to the sidelines, do either nothing or road construction, the one operation purposely not automated so it can provide work for the masses. Vonnegut wrote in Wampeters, Foma & Granfalloons, that…

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Technology at the fringes of Christmas

Another Christmas Day fed, lounged, movied, ate, and goofed off. It was all-around successful. No flare ups or emotional jags disturbed our family time. We had just the immediate family—daughter Sydney, son Nick, and Virginia and me. Gifts lay under the tree. Stockings hung on the sills of the living…

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About a job

I haven’t had an 8-to-5 job since 2003. The intervening years have had me undertake a number of endeavors to make a living. What has made me most happy is I haven’t had to sit behind a desk for a decade and a half. I consider myself lucky to have…

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