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January 10, 2005

home early (and out of range)

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 1:02 pm

night snow–

the house

creaks

 

 

 







home early–

your empty coat hanger

in the closet

 

 



 

 
by dagosan:  



cold fingers

warm

coffee mug

 

                     [Jan. 10, 2005]

 

one-breath pundit


“tinyredcheck”  Check out Jim Calloway‘s Rules of Technology and Stress  (via elawyerblog).  Jim says,

concerning his mobile phone, ” for me, the off button is an important and often under-used

feature.”  He offers a techie version of the Serenity Prayer:  “God grant me the serenity to

accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to

know when to hit the off switch.”



profcranky  Prof. Crankalone points out:  The first time I told a boss I wouldn’t

get a mobile phone so he could reach me on weekends and in the evenings was

twenty-five years ago.  I pointed out that I had a new-fangled answering machine

and I’d get the message when I got back from my errands.  ( I might not have said

it that diplomatically).  At the time, most Americans didn’t even have answering

machines and a large part of the population considered those who did to be

uncommonly rude.  Don’t let anyone tell you that time-saving technology will

reduce the amount of time you spend working.

tiny check Young American lawyers may not be the only greedy ones.  Read about the Aussies.

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