Summer Vacation

The Internet has a tendency to turn us all, as Bilbo might put it, into butter stretched over too much bread, and having written down most every idea, good and bad, that was oscillating in the empty lumber rooms of my head, it’s time to take a break, at least until I read a few real books (five at a minimum), and have something substantive to say. The behavioral economists are full of suggestions, but one good point they make is that the promise made in public is often harder to foreswear (thus the marriage ceremony, among other things), so until we meet again, thanks very much for making time, and may all be well with you.

2 thoughts on “Summer Vacation

  1. Go recharge bro; get out and collect something new to share.

    But we can probably look forward to nice reports about summer reading like all good teachers expect.


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