Summer Waxing Green Corn Moon
Some new html code somehow turned all the type on some computers black. Why this happened is not clear, since it never showed up on this computer or friend Bill Schmidt’s. A long time back it became clear that the last thing done before a problem occurs probably screwed things up. Yup.
A.T. will go to sleep for now, but the blog will be, as much as possible, in the third person, with no I. This is an exercise in discipline for a writer.
The netaphim, shredded by Vega, now connects from one end to the other. The reason for the fence, to allow it to stay that way, now comes into play.
The irrigation clock received new instructions based on something heard at Seed Saver’s over last weekend. Water once a week, a lot. Stop. This encourages plants to grow deeper roots, following the water down. This is an experiment, we’ll see how it works. This new setup will eliminate, too, a frustrating situation in which two zones ran at the same time, reducing the flow to both. At least clearing the computer of all its programming and starting over should fix that.
It’s surprising how many everyday items now rely on computer code. The irrigation clock. The weather station. The blackberry. Microwave. TV. Automobile. Some experience with computers and with code, even if limited, can make navigating this electronic minefield easier.