Funny stuff from a recent cruise. There are more sites than those on shore excursions, and if you read all the signs on the ship, you just might laugh a little bit.
When I was building the domed city of Aquataine, one of the first things I researched was, “How will these people breathe underwater?” It doesn’t matter whether you are onboard a space station, or in a submarine, or in a city underwater, there are three things you have to do—make oxygen to replace what all … Continue reading Breathing Underwater
Gun Stock Milling Machine Man, would I love to try! Ancestry.com posted a video (which is labeled as Episode 1 and hopefully will lead to a new TV series) shows a researcher who tries her hand at being a tailor like her ancestors. She works with a tailor shop to make a custom blazer for … Continue reading Could I do my ancestors’ jobs?
It's a question I've heard a couple of times, because Phelan's Uncle Gene is reading the news on his Lector in the third sentence of UNDERCURRENT."Apparently, I’m the last of our team to arrive. Uncle Gene notices too. He looks up from reading the morning news, the glow from his Lector tablet highlighting his furrowed … Continue reading What’s a Lector?
We've talked about the Google Maps app before, including the difference between Stella (The smart one), and her dumb sister Gladys (who just gives bad directions, doesn't seem to know where to go, and might actually send you flying into a ditch if you're not careful). This morning, I thought I had Stella with me, … Continue reading “Okay Google, why do you ask such ridiculous questions?”