(I’ll remove this later) After a year away, I am writing again. On November 26, 2016 I logged my last entry editing “Non Quixote.” As I was highlighting names on a Cervantes’ family tree I was struck by the embarrassing fact that I was dead-end-drilled into minutia.
So, stop I did.
A screen from data base that collected all the minutia is shown above. It morphed into a bound, 65 page index of the activities of Luther, Michelangelo, Charles V, John of the Cross and Miguel Cervantes, to name some of the players between 1500 and 1600.
If anyone is interested I have charts and indexes in a folder at home.
The rubber stamp is used to mark an entry in the job-seers journal. It gets stamped into the next blank page when memory of another job comes to mind. Usually that whole page will be the place to place notes about one titled job.
The essential questions about job history are contained in this rubber stamp.
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Continue reading at your own risk.
This blog will discuss, among other things, the progress of an effort to translate some software from English into another language.
I will edit these entries often, in an attempt to make myself look better. Soon, I hope, there will be less of my own person pronouns, replaced by other writers’ edits and suggestions.
We are getting down to the last of the “free stuff” following our downsizing.