Monthly Archives: March, 2017

Recovery Mode

Almost everything I know about document processing has been learned by trial and error.  Back in 1997, my son-in-law introduced me to my first computer.  He built it out of odds and ends of computers that had been dumped on his dad, and gave me a starter kit, so to speak.  It was Windows 3.1 …

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Locked Out

The weather was a pleasant and sunny day.  For that reason, I decided to take a few things out to my storage shed.  I also strayed from my intended job to pick up some fallen branches and sticks in the yard. To my delight, I also inspected some plants growing in the flower beds already.  …

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This and That, Here and There

Over the years, I have developed a method for remembering tasks that are standing in need of action.  Now that I no longer work daily, things get away from me.  My tickle file piles up because I do not look at it regularly enough.  This is not a new idea.  Abraham Lincoln used a similar …

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Dear American: Letters from the Desk of Ronald ReaganReview.

Editors Ralph E. Weber and Ralph A. Weber produced a volume of letter taken from the files at the Reagan Presidential Library, The book is published by Doubleday Press, New York, New York in 2003.  The volume I read was a large-print edition published by Thorndike Press, 2004.  Because it is large print, the book …

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