Category Archives: Reading
The digital librarian has no long term memory other than what is captured in the library. Source: Collector or Digital Librarian? | Brewster Kahle’s Blog
Mister Stonewaves is online again. That is all.
There is something exquisite in the act of sitting still in a comfortable place, reading, with a nice view. Writing sometimes, to note down the habits of passing sheep. And sometimes drinking, perhaps, once the sun has dropped to that … Continue reading
I’ve been reading Quiet by Susan Cain, and her three steps (p. 218) to figuring out what one should do in life resonated with me: What you loved to do as a child; The work you gravitate to; and What you … Continue reading
Melbourne and Mars, by Joseph Fraser. You cannot go twenty miles in any direction without finding an electric fountain, free to the public, from which the accumulators of any travelling machine can be instantly recharged. …indeed, we have no wilful … Continue reading
This morning I’m at Parlapa, the lovely little caffe opposite the town hall. It’s a good place to be sat, with a slight hangover, with some nice small WordPress code to be working on, and of course with a coffee. … Continue reading
Spivak pronouns: Subject: ey laughs Object: I hugged em Possessive Adjective: eir heart warmed Possessive Pronoun: that is eirs Reflexive: ey loves emself
I’m doing a bit of proofreading of the first volume of the first edition of Emma, and I’ve just realised that there are more punctuation errors than I’d thought were likely. I’m slowing down now and taking more care.