What I'm Reading Now -- FSTR by James Gleick

I just started this book about how the pace of change in the modern era. It covers topics such as increasing responsibilities and tasks that people have in their lives. It frequently returns to a discussion of the official US clock, maintained by the Navy.

There are also frequent discussions of the futility of pressing the Close Door button on an elevator.

When I started it last night, I checked the copyright. Apparently I bought it in 1999. It's been in one or more of my suitcases for nearly a year, but I haven't had time to get to yet.

I'll let you know how it turns out when I get the chance to finish it and prepare a more indepth book report.

I think the gardener did it.

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