I’m now up to three cancellations this week, and it’s only Tuesday! Looking at my calendar I hope the rest of my appointments happen. I really do like seeing people from time to time.
I barely write and never publish anything personal because I’m afraid readers will find out true things about me I didn’t intend to share, no matter how carefully I scrutinize what I put out.
The trouble with using headphones in a coworking situation is you never know just how loudly you’re slurping your coffee. Or humming.
I really do love email.
Has anyone ever hosted an inverse job fair? Instead of employers getting together to present job openings to the public, a job seeker buys drinks for people from all the places he’d like to work and pitches the room on hiring her or him.
nonline or non-line (adj.): No longer found on, made available to, or primarily accessed or contacted through the Internet.
In taking a year off from publishing on his web sites and social media accounts, Patrick Rhone has joined the growing ranks of nonline writers.
Getting lost in the Minneapolis skyway is fun when you don’t actually have a destination.
There are so many stories in here.
I envy your clarity.
The sun is deceptively cheery this morning, considering the entire city is glazed over and threatening to kill me.
This site has served its purpose. I’m mothballing it and moving on to new endeavors.
Thank you for following along.