The solution I try as a first-resort is to sync to paper. Syncing to paper is no more complicated than it sounds, you simply take whatever problem you are working on digitally code, design, project plan, article, etc. and re-frame it using pencil and paper.
via Sync to Paper.
If Saudi Arabia allowed its crude to be traded — that is, sold by the original buyer to some other final or intermediate client — the abundant availability of Saudi oil would drive prices down. But the Saudis are afraid of playing an active role in the market because they do not want to be accused of “controlling” the price of oil.
- Gas prices fall after 4-month surge (cbsnews.com)
If you’re barefoot running, everyone thinks, oh, you’re going to stub your toe and I do. Right in front of an armed guard who’s saying, Would you not like to wear some shoes?
“I don’t think I’ve been up here in maybe two years,” Arlene Simon said, standing in her rooftop staff room at 27 West 67th Street, surrounded by cardboard boxes and an old air-conditioner.
Digital advertisers have not gone running for the exits. As of the end of the most recent fiscal quarter, a total of 390,000 subscriptions had been logged… [and] home-delivery circulation had increased for the first time in five years…
At cocktail parties, I say, “I’m a landlord.” People hate that. Everybody hates landlords.
This is why everybody hates landlords: Because they say stuff like this, in the newspaper(!):
- The riskiest tenants are bartenders and servers. They often come home late…
- [He] moved out of my apartment without killing or raping again.
- I moved her belongings into the basement and locked the basement door.
- Nobody paid rent as a child. Renters think apartments should be free, like the wind, rain and baby food.
- I spend a fair amount of time peering in apartment windows for cats, to charge pet fees.
- The good tenants, you don’t remember. You have to look them up.
Keep the Sunday paper strong for at least several more years — and quite likely longer — and the Times gains a fighting chance to find a print/digital hybrid model to sustain its journalism.
The work also includes HVAC upgrades, new lighting, floors, furniture and finishes, and a new public service model with self checking. The renovation should wrap in late spring or summer, and a re-opening is anticipated in the fall.
This library really has been closed forever. And it is
welcome interesting news that — and I must have slept through this — this branch will be installing self-checkout stations.