Lost Luggage

Lost Luggage Nothing surprises me, not anymore. There are modern inconveniences, but I’m well-aware of many of the problems. And solutions. I’ve been commuting around on SouthWest Airlines for the whole of this career’s span. It’s easier. Usually cheaper, too. Not always the least expensive, American Airlines was cheaper by five or ten bucks, but […] read more

Number Three

Number Three Do by not-doing. Act with non-action. Allow order to arise of itself. Lao Tsu, Tao Te Ching No. 3 #tao Tao te Ching of Lao Tzu – Free – Brian Walker Tao Te Ching Earlier translation, always available here, for free […] read more

Rules for Management

Rules for Management It’s from the legendary head of the Skunk Works…. I know I read a book about the developement of some of the projects, but I can’t recall the details. It was easier then as the line between good and evil was more carefully delineated. These days, we have to be too politically […] read more


Cryptonomicon 1999 – I have a first edition, it says, and I quote, “1999.” That’s some dated tech. But like other novels that hold up under the scrutiny of time, this one has, as well. Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson. There was an iBook sale, and for $1.99, a digital copy, in addition to the massive […] read more

Content Collaborator

Content Collaborator Hi there, I’m Laura from Superserp and am emailing to ask whether you would be willing to accept an article for your site astrofish.net? I have been looking for relevant sites to use for a current sports betting campaign that I am running, as well as building relationships with web-masters. I feel that […] read more

Two-Meat Tuesday

Two-Meat Tuesday in Austin Looks like Austin, At the Rock Shop Again, at Nature’s Treasures, for Tuesday. Austin Often astrofish.net/travel Two-Meat Tuesday Two-Meat Tuesday: Astrofish.Net/Xenon Two-Meat Tuesday – Kramer Wetzel […] read more

Frankie and Grace

Frankie and Grace It’s a Netflix Original, Frankie and Grace, with a stunning roster of grey stars. Martin Sheen, Sam Waterston, an aging but still haunting Jane Fonda, and forever brilliant Lily Tomlin. Is it farce? Satire? Sad commentary on our modern families? Not quick-smart, but certainly ironic, humorous, with stellar female leads. It’s fun […] read more

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