Tunisia, Egypt, Wisconsin, Libya.
Governments taking up arms against their citizenry.
We’re in the midst of social change, and the reports are coming instantly.
One Facebook, three blogs, one set of forums, two email accounts, one wiki, one blog reader.
Ten books about Sumer.
Kids off school for the week and myself not writing, to say any of what I am thinking about any of this.
Information overload, and I am not alone in that. It’s hard to write online thoughtfully and especially hard to give the online written word the sustained attention it needs.
On top of this, I have commenced my second weight loss attempt through Weight-Watchers, which I expect to be successful, but which I bitterly resent, especially having recently read somewhere that at any given moment, thirty percent of women are dieting.
For most of human history, though, and in most places in the world, the main struggle for humanity has been to get enough food in our bellies.
Which brings us back to Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya. Full circle.