A Vacation In Bed-Sty

‘I’ve been to lbeza,’ said Isola de Chachkes, the svelte, trim, diet-conscious androgynous ganzemacher of Little Neck society the other day to her claque of shoppers at a posh mall. “Nowadays, Bed-Sty is the last place on this overrun planet one can have a civilized vacation.” To many a cunning matron of the posh Five

Visions Of Baba Yugga

Introduction I am going to recount here merely the various sacred sayings mostly about the murky mysteries of commerce I had heard over some years while a disciple of Baba Yugga, the charismatic financial guru born Artis Buckwhistle of East Peconic Park, New Hampshire. He was a saintly mahatma of business and commercial morals we

Oh Yeah – You And What Army?

In prose of a deep grey shade and soporific torpor which the Times regards as augustan an article with the head: Report By Powell Challenges Call To Revise Military describes shallowly what is a bold move by the Army to establish itself as the Fifth Estate. Never mind the issues of how military mechanics are

The Decline and Fall Of Adult Life

How we define life generally as well as our own existences structures both our sense of expectations and our perceptions of failure. Before the last half of the 20th century in the West it would be hard to find any corner of the planet that didn’t see mature existence as action and though in areas

The Little Alphabet Book

For Ryan White If my name were Ryan White If I were three months old but bright I would learn to read and write While other children fight and bite. In looking at the gifts I’d get While I made my diapers wet You’d know what I would want, I’ll bet. I would want the

A Small Gloss About Don Lancaster

1 I don’t like to repeat anything that somebody else has done brilliantly. For all information on Acrobat, Post Script and P.O.D. books generally along with a capacious treasure of other information on a zillion subjects I would suggest the reader repair to www.tinaja.com where Don Lancaster’s Guru’s Lair explains everything one needs to know

Great Dragons Of Cyberspace

If one of the three blind men in the famous story of a trio of eyeless elephant explicators has only grasped the elephant’s tail, knowledge of merely the tail of any great beast is better than having guessed nothing at all. This is not a Chinese prove but it should be. The Chinese, sagacious in

The Shadow Of the E-Book

Almost any author, publisher, editor and agent in the United States has gone recently through some intriguing moments when they have heard of the markets of the e-book. At over four hundred dollars, locked into encryption, proprietary notions, linked only to books selling at the normal steep hard cover prices, immersed in every way in