Resoluminaria

Telluride Daily Planet, Friday, January 4, 2019   About 1 million years ago, in the early 1960s, in French elementary school, we actually learned to write with dip pens. Plastic pens with nibs you inserted. Purple ink in glass wells. The ubiquitous blotters close at hand. Stained cuticles. And hours upon hours spent copying forms to …

Red Alerts

Telluride Daily Planet, Friday, September 7, 2018   In what I’ll call an idiot-savant moment, I recently realized that the reason my email calendars at work weren’t working was that I’d neglected somehow to switch on the obligatory alerts for tasks and events. So, no matter how things I’d entered into the system, the system would …