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It’s been only four days, but already the routine with Liam is well-established. I show up at 3:30 every afternoon and change into a purple hospital gown. Fortunately I like purple.
Then four people – Are they technicians,
… finish reading Routine
“What is the name of this giant machine,” I asked as Dave, Erica, and two others escorted me into the therapy room for Day Two.
“It’s a linear accelerator,” Dave said. And, of course, that didn’t really explain
… finish reading Naming the Big Guy
This afternoon I had my first radiation session, and I realized as I walked into the room with the radiation machine that I had no idea what to expect.
For years the first thing I did upon waking was visit my computer to see what had transpired over the night. Were there personnel problems at the company I worked for? Were there banking issues? Was someone trying to reach
… finish reading Off the Grid
On my way to a sociology degree, I met Pavlov’s dog. Not the actual one, but Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov’s theory based on his study of salivating dogs. He noticed the dogs salivated whenever he gave them food. After a
… finish reading I am Pavlov’s Dog
I am regularly amazed at how the line between fiction and reality is blurring, thanks to digital technology. Case in point: the current remake of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. The film has been hailed as a magnificent achievement, partially
… finish reading Reality Check
Two days ago Earl and I made the Big Leap. We turned in our dinosaur computers for the most up-to-date models Dell could provide for home use. We upgraded our operating systems and our version of Microsoft Office; and we
… finish reading Moving On
Anybody who’s on Facebook knows that “Like” is no longer merely “Like.” Now you can add an emoji to your “Like” to express such feelings as love, laughter, sadness, astonishment, and anger. But those are the only five emotions you
… finish reading Emoji Go Home
Today astronaut Scott Kelly returned to the United States after spending almost a year in a space lab exploring what long-term weightlessness and other things are like. Perhaps he would have called it one giant step for mankind if a
… finish reading One Giant Step