I joined Audible.com in 2002. I had a long commute and I’d been buying audiobooks for a few years from Books On Tape and Recorded Books. Books On Tape had recently announced they were discontinuing non-institutional services. Bummer. Recorded Books didn’t have much… Read More ›
MYSTERY ENDING – WEEKLY WRITING CHALLENGE – This weekly writing challenge focuses on the “weekly” part — start your post today, and build on it for the next four before publishing. Who knows where you’ll end up? I promise, if there are developments, I’ll add them…. Read More ›
Yesterday was an easy day. A little humid. A trip to the grocery to pick up a few things, a prescription. A baseball game and the Sox won. They’re on a winning streak. They’re so deep in a hole, it’ll… Read More ›
THEY FIXED THE LINKS TO THE DAILY PROMPT. Apparently complaining works a lot better than assuming they will take care of business without prodding. Lesson learned. Make noise. Complain. Be the squeaky wheel!
I’m pretty good with computers. I’m not an engineer, but I’m reasonably competent and not easily daunted. But, there comes a day for humility, when one finds oneself in the high-tech equivalent of quicksand. With grinning alligators on all sides…. Read More ›
Emergency measures have been initiated when our intrepid vacationers, Garry and Marilyn Armstrong of Uxbridge, Massachusetts realized they have bigger problems than they realized … and that’s saying something. Maintenance at the 1 star Cape Winds In Hyannis is rumored to… Read More ›