In Computer Science, we have data and metadata. Allow me to illustrate. ‘City’ is metadata. ‘Austin’ is data (at least in my case). Notice that to have a complete understanding, we must have both the metadata and the data. ‘Austin’ as a piece of data could be someone’s first name or last name. ‘City’ is… Continue reading Concept versus Experience
“Eclipses hide the light, so you can see a shadow, then turn the light back on so you can heal the shadow.” I wrote that quote a couple of years ago and placed it inside what could eventually become my third novel...if I get inspired to complete it. That quote feels oh so real right… Continue reading June / July Eclipses
The four planets that are easiest to see in the sky are Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. In the past month, Venus swept past Jupiter visible in the morning sky, and Mars crept past Saturn viewable in the evening sky. Right now, I am staying with friends in Southern California in a beautiful house with… Continue reading Go Long!
About five or six weeks ago, an interesting inclination struck. I had woken early that day and put in a number of hours of work by 11:00 am. I was ready for a break when it hit. From seemingly out of nowhere, I felt the strongest urge to go to a yoga class. Seven years… Continue reading Emperor’s Chair