The World Spent time with some of the finest men and women I’ve met. Reconnected with old friends near and far. Accepted more invitations to do things before I thought of reasons to say no. Settled in to a new job. Got some hiking in, a little bike riding, plenty of walking. Bought a year [...]
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Today, 25 November, was a special day in the life of Yukio Mishima. May you have a special day as well. I don’t want to do what Mishima did, I want to do what I do as fully as he did what he did. “When someone seeks to tell the truth, words always falter in [...]
I self-publish as a means to teach myself new skills and topics. The following is an expansion on one section of that mission statement, organized around the mistakes I made and how I fixed them. My self-publishing began in 1979. Most of those items are lost. My mistake with the work from 1979 to the beginning [...]
Buy I Was Robot for $4.95 for Kindle at amazon.com. I Was Robot is the best of Ernest Mann’s newspaper, Little Free Press. In 1969, at the age of 42, Mann cashed out and spent the rest of his life living the Priceless Economic System (PES). His secret? Accept no payment for your work. Unlike other [...]